CNNSI: Trail Blazers Among Most Intriguing Suitors For Melo
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  1. DHawes22
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    Posted 09/21/2010 3:27 PM

    From Iam Thomsen:
    Let's jump to the bottom line: What if the Blazers were to package Greg Oden in an offer for Anthony? It would be a bold change of direction that would ultimately be worthwhile for the Blazers -- they would be exchanging their injured center for one of the top half-dozen players in the league (ranking Anthony in the elite group with Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwight Howard, Dwyane Wade and Kevin Durant).

    Let's say Denver was able to persuade Portland to offer Oden, Nicolas Batum, Rudy Fernandez and Andre Miller (who is in his final fully guaranteed year), along with a first-round pick and $3 million cash. The Nuggets could sell their fans on Oden's overwhelming upside and that of Batum as a two-way prospect at small forward.

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    While Melo is a talented player, I'm not sure his character would fit in here. Outside of it being too much to give up, there is still no guarantee he would re-sign with us once his contract is up. I think if they ponied up Chauncey in the deal, then I'd blink, but ultimately its not about the talent, its about his attitude. I just don't think he gets "it". Thoughts?
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  1. laric33
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    Posted 09/21/2010 3:49 PM

    Ya I agree with you. I wouldn't trade that much for Melo. I don't really think he would fit in portland either. Sure he is a good player but is he worth all four of them. We lose some starters and some of our depth, and our depth is something that not as many teams have over us. Besides, with our luck we would make all those trades just to watch Melo blow a knee out and now we are without him and all our other players. Not a smart move.
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  1. Mark
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    Posted 09/21/2010 4:21 PM

    Also, I highly doubt Denver would want to trade Melo to a team in their own division...
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  1. Hg
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    Posted 09/21/2010 4:42 PM

    We don't want to trade Greg before we know if he can play. Mark, You said Denver wouldn't want Mello to be in their conference on a different team, I wouldn't want Greg in our conference on a different team. Giving all that up for one player seams almost ridiculous
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  1. Hopman27
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    Posted 09/21/2010 4:57 PM

    giving greg oden for melo is like giving russell for.... idk.  More than likely a bad example, but point is: I don't want Melo on our team.  As mentioned, I don't think I'll like his character.   Another, we didn't draft durant because we had roy... so why would we want Melo now?  G.O. is too valuable to give up.
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  1. BDawg
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    Posted 09/21/2010 6:59 PM

    Good take Hawes.  Giving WAY too much up for Anthony in that scenario.  IF Billups was offered, I would also want Lawson coming as well.  Bayless would then become part of the deal.  That is what would have to happen to make ME blink.  Greg is worth waiting on however, IMO.

    Besides, anyone remember the Vandeweghe deal?  How did that one go? :)
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  1. TayC
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    Posted 09/21/2010 9:02 PM

    Well you gotta ask yourself one big question, and that question is

    Could LaMarcus, Joel, and Camby handle the job?

    If Oden gets hurt again, could they handle the job?
    If you trade for Mello, could they handle the job?
    IMO, alot of you guys talk about how Batum is slowly but surely breaking through to his offensive dominant side, now lets say i believe that, why would you want another SF
    I mean isnt that where Babbit plays too, and he gets alot of praise as well.
    Mello is a good guy, like Roy, just got married, played for one year at Syracuse, and was probably the most doubted player to enter that 03 draft, and like my friend Mr. James, he has managed not only to live up to the hype, but continually impress us.
    I like Carmello's game, and honestly i think he plays a better game that LeBron, i mean Bron has the fear factor on his side people dont want to get hit by big black buses.  Melo is just so interesting to watch create his own shot, magical like. haha

    As for oden, he'd sure fit on the "Thuggets" as i believed they were once called, he'd sure fit in with his dirt picture scandal.
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  1. bonjustin8
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    Posted 09/21/2010 9:57 PM

    @TayC: Wow. That girl is quite tall...
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  1. freddead
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    Posted 09/21/2010 11:24 PM

    melo just doesnt fit here imo
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  1. Kassandra
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    Posted 09/23/2010 7:58 AM

    it just plain doesn't make sense whether you like Anthony or not. portland has spend the past four years building it's team into a contender. now, then question comes up: do you want to trade off a third of your team (players, athleticism and continuity) for one player -- likely for just one season?

    this is the same exact question people were asking earlier in the summer when talk of trading for Chris Paul was surrounding the blogs. like the Paul deal, this would be an ill-fated gamble which, very much more likely than not, we would lose.

    i don't know what Cho's overall plan is for the direction of the team, but it appears he is much more intelligent than -- and would not like to be known as the next -- Bob Whitsitt. and this is a Whitsitt proposal if i ever saw one.

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  1. t bone
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    Posted 09/23/2010 9:07 AM

    I wouldn't trade Batum (and his upside) for Melo (and his downside), let alone the farm they are suggesting.  I haven't given up on Oden yet either.
  1. mastersolo3
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    Posted 09/23/2010 11:33 AM

    if melo signed long term id do it. miller will be gone soon, rudy doesnt want to be here, oden is wasting portlands money by not staying healthy and were used to playing without him anyway, its pretty much batum for melo. how often do you get the chance to get a top 5 player in the league? dont get me wrong we do have roy but hes not top 5 maybe not top 10. Melo is a SUPER STAR that on any givin night can put up 30 plus. Roy is a STAR but one that is passive and doesnt take over when the team needs him too. Bayless is plenty capable of fronting the team and we have plenty of depth at the pg, sg, and sf spots. all we would need to do is find some quality big men to come in and do what howard did for us last year - which wouldnt be to hard with melo and roy at the wings in conjuction with LA spreading out the middle. to me its a no brainer. we've been "building for years now, its time to step up and do what it takes to get this team to the next level. whether you like it or not when it comes playoffs time the portland team we got now just cant make it deep when it comes to the lakers and heat. plus what happens in 3 years when marcus, miller, rudy, billa are all gone? get something while you can...
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  1. lightskin350
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    Posted 09/23/2010 11:41 AM

    Anthony would be a HORRIBLE fit in Portland........while he is a dominant player on offense his defense is suspect and he NEEDS the ball in his hands at all times. Trading Oden and Batum is simply stupid because you are going to have two all stars if Oden can stay healthy.

    I have said this over and over................Portland needs a point guard.
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  1. blazers3030
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    Posted 09/23/2010 11:49 AM

    Melo is one of the best five players in the NBA, but he is not stable. If things dont go extremely well he will cry and pout and become a cancer in the team, something we have seen before. Howerver, having Roy, Aldridge, and Melo in the starting line up would make us almost impossible to guard on the offensive end. All that said, I wouldn't give up Oden, I still think he is going to be a dominate center. 
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  1. commontongue
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    Posted 09/23/2010 12:27 PM

    This is Brandons team and team being the operative work. Unlike Denver, our team doesnt depend on one player having a great game, it depends on all of us having a good game. I still think melo's game is for the  east coast squads, not the substance of the west.
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  1. blazerfan2
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    Posted 09/23/2010 12:34 PM

    No chance he comes here unless it is for 1 year. If we could swap Batum and some expiring contracts to rent him for a year that would be fine. We could win a championship with him if we don't have to break up our core players to get him. Let say Batum, Rudy and Miller or joel's contract. He is a great player
    however I am not sure how he would fit into the culture here.
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  1. Kassandra
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    Posted 09/23/2010 1:56 PM

    @mastersolo3: Batum-for-Anthony is an uneven swap. for starters Antony is six years older; less of a 'long-term' career opportunity than Nicolas, who is just 21. if you're looking at long-term solutions at sf, Nicolas makes more sense. besides, even though Nicolas is coming into just his third year in the league, he is already a better nba defender than Anthony ever has been -- something which Nate prefers at sf (i.e. Viktor Kryapa, Ime Udoka).

    @Blazerfan2: What assurances and guarantees can you, personally, make that we will automatically win a champtionship with Anthony? anything? see, there no such guarantees. after all, he never took the nuggets to a championship, so what makes you think he can lead us to one? there are too many veriables (i.e. injury, incompatibility, etc.) to guarantee such a thing. it's more likely that there would be little to no chemistry, we would not win, and we would be without him and Batum. we're basically stuck with the same scenario that i mentioned with Paul. earlier this summer, everyone said that if we got Paul, we would win the title. that's very unlikely. it takes more than just the influx of a new, good player to win a championship (if even that's what would do it).

    we don't even know if what has been proposed on this page would work out fom a salary standpoint (per nba rules).

    i also don't see a single scenario where we get Anthony and other players, such as Brandon and LaMarcus, don't see their production dwindle as he takes center stage.

    of course, i believe this conversation is a moot point anyway. from everything i've heard, he wants to be traded to a large city like new york for the endorsement opportunities (something he won't find in portland).

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  1. ottomatic19
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    Posted 09/23/2010 1:59 PM

    i wouldnt want him here and i dont think he would want to be here he wants to go to new york or chicago
  1. mastersolo3
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    Posted 09/23/2010 3:22 PM

    ok question - so everybody is saying there not giving up on oden, what if he gets another injury? what if batum doesnt turn out to be what everone thinks he is? would you look back and say "we should have got melo even for one year if it means a championship" not saying a championship would happen but what if? im just not sold on odens fragile legs and batums future with nate holding him back.
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  1. kenny c.
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    Posted 09/24/2010 6:01 AM

    If Melo wanted to come here and follows the code of conduct our players have with the community I would trade Oden/ Batum. I want a proven scorer and Melo is. I'm sick of all the the hope we have in Oden, he probably won't be ready by the beginning of the season- what are we doing having so much faith in a person who has shown Nothing, except a big body and "potential." Forget Potential, this team is 3-4 yrs old and we have not made it out of the first round - we are not getting younger. Denver 2 seasons ago went to the conference finals with a group of way less talented players than we have. I want that. Lets face it,we should get rid of the lemon  and get a PROVEN scorer and all around great player if we can. I know so many of you will write nasty things to me, but I can only go by the history of what I've seen. To be honest, I told somebody in a bar 3 yrs ago that we should have taken Durant and the dude (He was Drunk) wanted to fight me because he said I was stupid, and "Oden is going to be Awesome."  Well, I think this is still the line 3 yrs later. Sorry Oden I feel bad for you, but I want to win a playoff series. Batum is awsome but he's is movable.
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  1. Kassandra
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    Posted 09/24/2010 8:22 AM

    @kenny c.: i could repeat what i said in my last comment to blazerfan2. binging Anthony here doesn't guarantee anything. he can score, but if he nets 30 ppg, then Brandon's average would likely drop to the mid teens. you never bring in a player that is going to hurt another player's performance. also, Anthony is not an allo-around player; as the consensus around here indicates, he is an inadequate defender. only someone like Bob whitsitt would make this trade. btw, i'm not going to waste my time telling you how wrong you are about writing Oden off at this point.

    @mastersolo3: to answer your question, if Greg were to become injured again, i would not be asking why we didn't bring in Anthony. i'd be asking why we didn't bring in another center. interestingly enough, Greg, Rudy and Andre for Dwight Howard would be intriguing. orlando would never go for it, but it's interesting. according to espn's trade simulator, the salaries work, and we would increase our win projection by eight.

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  1. mastersolo3
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    Posted 09/24/2010 3:57 PM

    @ Kassandra - true.. i guess my point is we shouldn't have all this faith in a guy that hasnt done anything meaningful in his career, and if the opportuniy does arise to move him for someone proven we should take a good hard look. To add to your point - thats what we should be doing, packaging some of our expiring contracts with some talent and maybe cash to get ourselves a premier center, the problem - their few and far between, and anyone with one knows their value :-/
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  1. Kassandra
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    Posted 09/24/2010 4:19 PM

    Greg looked good during his rookie season (61 games, 21.5 minutes, 8.9 poings, 7.0 rebounds), and even better last year before his injury (21 games, 23.9 minues, 11.1 points, 8.5 rebounds). that is the potential of which people speak. i understand that there are impatient people out there, and i count myself as one of them. be that as it may, i'm not ready to write off Greg at this point in his career, especially now that we also have both Joel and Marcus to create a three-headed monster at center.

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  1. TayC
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    Posted 09/24/2010 8:35 PM

    I mean she's pretty damn right on all that she's said so far.
    i have to agree with you kassandra, you definitely know whats up for this team, nice.
    We know <Melo> is a great balll player, he can score, his effects would not be limited to the court, a little LeBron esque type of effect.
    But he just would kill this team and what it appears they're trying to build, like i have said before, it seems as if he's making a desperation move, his best chance to win championship is on denver, like wtf is he thinking, they made it to the 2nd round back to back seasons, but idk, he can go, just dont bring em here.
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  1. mastersolo3
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    Posted 09/25/2010 12:25 AM

    i just dont understand why everyone is hopping on gregs band wagon, blazersedge reported portland is hopeful he will play 60 - 65 games, first it was he would be ready for training camp then the regular season now 60 - 65 games... signs dont look to good...check it out----> http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22748484/24754741
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  1. kenny c.
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    Posted 09/25/2010 1:58 AM

    Kassandra I don't think bringing Melo here automatically guarantees anything, except another legit point producer. Which in my opinion we need and have needed for a while. Melo can post, he can shoot, his defense is a bit suspect but he played in denver, not for Nate. Your main argument, is bit strange if I understand you - Your logic is that you would never bring another player (Melo) to your team if they lowered the point production of another (Roy) player.  This logic is strange indeed, by this thinking Miami is the most illogical team in the league. Not to mention most teams in the league. I think teams GM's want a "Big three" to consistently put up good numbers. We ride the Roy train to much and he needs help outside of LA. Thought experiment- Do you think this starting five (Bayless/miller, Roy, Melo, LA, Camby) is better/more competitive in the west than (Miller, Roy, LA, Batum, Oden)? I think it's not so much about Oden, since we have a good center in Camby. I think the real question is would you rather have Batum over Melo? This is where the real comparison comes, Batum or Melo? I think you have to go with Melo if you were a GM. On a emotional level,  I have given up on Oden, There I said it!!! I hate this admission!!!! But I have in my heart Moved from my Love for Oden, so time to start looking for a new player to fill that role. I respect that you HOPE Oden shouldn't be written off, but all indications are he will have a sub par season. I don't think another season of "if only" is something to look forward to. I want to go into the season without that nagging "if only." All this said, We are not getting Melo, so enough said.
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  1. jamsmashers
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    Posted 09/25/2010 11:19 AM

    i like batuum>melo
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  1. Crim
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    Posted 09/25/2010 2:08 PM

    denver got knocked out first round by a mehmet-less Jazz team, and I think Kirilenko was out some games as well. You can't blame Carmello for smelling whats in the wind, and the future of the nuggets is blight. Glad they are sending him east, might have 16 good teams make the playoffs next year.
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  1. TayC
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    Posted 09/25/2010 5:30 PM

    Posted By Crim on 09/25/2010 2:08 PM
    denver got knocked out first round by a mehmet-less Jazz team, and I think Kirilenko was out some games as well. You can't blame Carmello for smelling whats in the wind, and the future of the nuggets is blight. Glad they are sending him east, might have 16 good teams make the playoffs next year.

    How can you even say that when they have made it to the same round in the playoffs for like the past 2, 3 years?
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  1. Kassandra
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    Posted 09/25/2010 5:47 PM

     Kassandra I don't think bringing Melo here automatically guarantees anything, except another legit point producer. Which in my opinion we need and have needed for a while. Melo can post, he can shoot, his defense is a bit suspect but he played in denver, not for Nate. Your main argument, is bit strange if I understand you - Your logic is that you would never bring another player (Melo) to your team if they lowered the point production of another (Roy) player.  This logic is strange indeed, by this thinking Miami is the most illogical team in the league. Not to mention most teams in the league. I think teams GM's want a "Big three" to consistently put up good numbers. We ride the Roy train to much and he needs help outside of LA. Thought experiment- Do you think this starting five (Bayless/miller, Roy, Melo, LA, Camby) is better/more competitive in the west than (Miller, Roy, LA, Batum, Oden)? I think it's not so much about Oden, since we have a good center in Camby. I think the real question is would you rather have Batum over Melo? This is where the real comparison comes, Batum or Melo? I think you have to go with Melo if you were a GM. On a emotional level,  I have given up on Oden, There I said it!!! I hate this admission!!!! But I have in my heart Moved from my Love for Oden, so time to start looking for a new player to fill that role. I respect that you HOPE Oden shouldn't be written off, but all indications are he will have a sub par season. I don't think another season of "if only" is something to look forward to. I want to go into the season without that nagging "if only." All this said, We are not getting Melo, so enough said.

    my logic is to never bring in a high profile player? when did i say that. seriously, please do some research and tell me where i said that. i have an impeccable memory and i don't recall ever saying that. you also say i 'HOPE' Greg shouldn't be written off. that makes no sense. it has nothing to do with my hope at all. the team -- coaches, scouts, front office -- is not ready to write him off. perhaps all of those people know more than you do.

    if it can't be guaranteed we will win a championship by trading for Anthony -- or any player in particular -- then why would you mess with a team you've been building for over four years just for the chance to advance to the second round for just one season? i can't even call that logic, given that there's no logic to it in the least.

    there are two other problems; 1. the potential trades for Anthony listed on this thread would not work from a salary matching  standpoint. 2. Anthony is just plain not coming here. as i said earlier, he desires to go to a large market, and that market appears to be new jersey (basically, new york). when it comes to that, we just don't cut it.

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  1. Crim
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    Posted 09/25/2010 6:04 PM

    K-m-apart is on his last leg (because he's got no ACL's left), Chauncey might have one or two more good years in him, Chris Anderson regressed a lot last year, and the only thing you can say good about Nene is he survived cancer and seems like a stand-up guy. I just don't see many positives about their future, and Carmello's camp is leaking the same idea.

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    Year before I think they played the lakers in the semi's but i don't remember.
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  1. kenny c.
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    Posted 09/26/2010 3:05 AM

    SORRY KASSANDRA you are 100% right in everything you wrote. Nothing I have wrote makes any sense whatsoever. I will never presume to offer any opinion or critique on this site where I question Oden's ability to live up to his potential. I will never offer the opinion that I think a player the whole league would kill to have should be considered a help to a team that hasn't been out of the first round in quite sometime. Or I will never suggest that All Blazer Nation ( coaches, management, player, and fans) Are hoping Oden can live up to his potential - I think this is well established around the world, since it is what everybody keeps saying on every media outlet that deals with the NBA. I'm sorry that I interpreted  this sentence, "he [Melo] can score, but if he nets 30 ppg, then Brandon's average would likely drop to the mid teens. you never bring in a player that is going to hurt another player's performance..." as an indication that you thought another player shouldn't be brought to our team. It is that the word NEVER, in your sentence, IS JUST SO STRONG. So, sorry about the under researched opinion on some of your clear statements, I just didn't know where to go and research your vast storehouse of basketball/blazer knowledge before I commented on your one post I thought was a bit strange logically. Sorry Kassandra for being so stupid and uninformed on your Basketball posting skills and mind for the game. I thought maybe my small sum of 25 yrs of following the blazers and the NBA would have served me better and allowed me to offer one humble opinion. I'm so sorry for suggesting sacred cow's (Oden) shouldn't be sacred and we should sacrifice a cow who can't keep up with the rest of the herd, or at least trade for one that can. I know this makes no sense in Oden's case (no one in the NBA world thinks this). So finally, I AM SORRY KASSANDRA and keep up the great, thoughtful posts.
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  1. LAS11291
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    Posted 09/26/2010 10:47 AM

    I think Anthony would bring the toughness Portland needs in the playoffs, along with his knockout clutch shooting.
    I noticed last year, the Blazers would just give up alot during the 4th quarter if we we're down. And Anthony is like Lebron in the 4th quarter, when he wants it, its his, he takes it over. However, giving up half our roster isn't worth the acquisition of Melo. Maybe Miller & Prybillas expiring contracts, and some future draft picks for Melo would be nice. But the Nuggets would never settle for that, and it wouldn't be worth anything more than that. Plus Melo has already expressed his strong desire to be traded to a large market team. So send it, enough with the Melo trade talk. lol We're going to take the west by storm anyways, LOOK OUT LAKERS LOL.
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  1. Kassandra
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    Posted 09/26/2010 12:04 PM

    wow kenny c, that was just a pathetic attempt at sarcasm. i stand by every word i've previously written. oh, and you forgot one more 'sorry' ... for being a complete mule (mod edit, please watch language).

    from this point forward on the message boards, i will not be reading a single word of your rhetoric.

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  1. TayC
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    Posted 09/26/2010 4:34 PM

    Posted By Crim on 09/25/2010 6:04 PM
    K-m-apart is on his last leg (because he's got no ACL's left), Chauncey might have one or two more good years in him, Chris Anderson regressed a lot last year, and the only thing you can say good about Nene is he survived cancer and seems like a stand-up guy. I just don't see many positives about their future, and Carmello's camp is leaking the same idea.

    Last year's western semi-finals were San Antonio vs Phoenix, and Los Angeles verses Utah.
    Year before I think they played the lakers in the semi's but i don't remember.

    thats messed up.
    Nene is more than just cancer survivor.
    he's breaking out as a dominant bigman, he fought his way into that paint when they played the lakers
    nene WAS RACKIN UP AND1'S against gasol and bynum.
    Denver still is a  good team, billups is an amaing leader at the point, and he's still got money on that long ball.


    Man i would just hate to see the stuff that you guys would say if someone called this portland team out, that is if any of you could take criticism against this team, the lot of you are so balls deep into them that no matter what anyone says you refuse to acknowledge it. But, to let you know, this team, this PORT
    LAND BLAZERS TEAM, is so very far from perfect.
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    Started by Tim Morrissey on 02/09/14 at 11:19 AM

    Portland Trail  Blazers: 9 Subtle Things Wrong with the Blazers

    Started by Tim Morrissey on 02/09/14 at 10:46 AM

  7. Andrew Bynum

    Started by David Cassaro on 01/07/14 at 1:42 PM

    Yeah and now Blazers have zero interest in Bynum. I really thought he was worth the small risk. If anything he would be at the end of our bench and we use him as a sub. Hopefully we do make some type of trade for a quality back up center. Right no...

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