Maurice Lucas has passed away
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  1. caseyholdahl
    Posts: 246

    Posted 10/31/2010 7:50 PM

    Sad news today about one of the legends of our community. According to Jason Quick at The Oregonian, Maurice Lucas, the Enforcer and starting power forward for the Trail Blazers 1976 championship team, has passed away at the age of 58. More recently, Lucas served on Nate McMillan staff as an assistant coach before stepping down after the 2008-09 season.

    Thoughts and prayers to the Lucas family. Please leave yours in the comments below. We'll miss you Luke.
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  1. blazersforlife234
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    Posted 10/31/2010 7:52 PM

    Sad day, thoughts and prayers with his family
    I am a fan of winning.
  1. Broy83
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    Posted 10/31/2010 7:55 PM

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Lucas family. What a class act he was. And it showed, had the chance to meet his son earlier this year, and he was very polite. Gone, but never forgotten.
    I am a fan of BATUUUUUUUMMMM!!!! BRoy getting the ball more... Matthews, and a good team win!
  1. DHawes22
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    Posted 10/31/2010 8:34 PM!/jwquick/statuses/29333639336

    Rest In Peace Mo

    Unfortunately, I was way too young to have seen him play in his hey-day, so I don't have a favorite moment, but I thank him for helping us win that title.

    My thoughts and prayers go out to his family, friends, and loved ones. You'll be missed.
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  1. Kassandra
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    Posted 10/31/2010 8:43 PM

    i'm only 18 year old and obviously never had a chance to see him play, but i know he's generally considered as one of the favorite blazers of all time, and a major part of the blazers championship legacy and overall legacy.

    my thoughts and prayers are with his family.

    ~ Kassandra
    I am a fan of my team fighting to win each and every game.
  1. bstanley
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    Posted 10/31/2010 8:59 PM

    Luke is gone but will never be forgotten. Rest well big guy. His strength and style and toughness were truly amazing. Hopefully our current great team can take some inspiration from the way Luke continued the fight and never gave in. My best to his friends and family on this very sad day.

    Brian Stanley -Eugene, OR
  1. Tobyus Sanchezo
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    Posts: 1669

    Posted 10/31/2010 9:00 PM

    Portland's mightiest warrior will be cherished forever.
    I am a fan of multiple All-Stars on the Blazers roster this season!
  1. I''m OUT!
    I''m OUT!
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    Posted 10/31/2010 9:19 PM

    Wow, sad sad news. I was too young to watch that great era in Blazers history, but loved seeing the highlights of the enforcer. He seemed like a great person off the court as well and my prayers go out to his family and friends as well.

    There are a couple nice little articles up on yahoo and at about him already.
    I am a fan of comcast and the blazers making deals that keep screwing us over!! woot!
  1. BR7_Fan
    Posts: 399

    Posted 10/31/2010 10:15 PM

    Thoughts and prayers to his family. Thanks for the memories and helping bring a title to Portland, we'll miss you big guy.

    I am a fan of RIP CITY > LOB CITY
  1. Bertram
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    Posted 10/31/2010 10:24 PM

    Much like Kassandra and Tom, I was 13 years too young to even be around in that year but from what I hear with old blazers fans Maurice Lucas was an awesome player and had to be to be a key cog in that championship year. Thank you Mr.Lucas for the long-time contribution to this franchise and it's fans. I will definitely pray for his family and other loved ones tonight.
    I am a fan of B-Roy and LaMonster!
  1. troutslayer68
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    Posted 10/31/2010 11:01 PM

    I am old enough to have seen him play and went to his camps in the 70's and he had a great speech about if you were a doctor or a garbage man.... it didn't matter what you were just do the best at what you do. Met him several times.... what a great person.... he will be missed! It was a honor to have met him and I wish his family all the best in these hard times. LUUUUUUUUUUUUUUKE!!!! we will all miss you.
    I am a fan of Mighty Mo... great player....yes even a better person and man. LUUUUUUUKE You will be missed....... The pic is of the worst coon hound ever!
  1. bmacbeck
    Posts: 12

    Posted 10/31/2010 11:03 PM

    Rest In Peace Enforcer
    I am a fan of Marcus Camby
  1. Anees
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    Posted 11/01/2010 12:31 AM

    This is a sad for the Blazer family indeed. We will miss Mr. Lucas. I had heard only good things about him from those interacted with him. He was truly one of the special ones associated with the team and of course, he helped bring us that precious title. My prayers go out to his family at this difficult time; I hope they can find peace in that he led a good life and was loved by so many, whether we got to see him play or not. I think it was so great that he was part of the staff in recent years. 

    Rest in Peace Mr. Lucas. 

    I am a fan of Lillard, Batum, Lopez, LA and T Rob taking it to other teams!
  1. LAS11291
    Posts: 175

    Posted 11/01/2010 12:39 AM

    R.I.P. Uncle Luke!!
    For those of you that didn't grow up in North Portland in the 90's...
    Luke used to drive through the 'hood and give us underprivileged kids a few bucks here and there for ice cream.

    I remember when I was like 8, I was playing ball at Woodlawn park with some friends and he came down and was telling us how we could all play in the NBA one day if we stayed focused. Although I never really got to see him play outside of some old recordings, he was a cool cat I looked up to growing up.

    You'll be missed Uncle Luke! RIP!!!
    I am a fan of you checking your email because Elliot Williams is sending you a message!
  1. Joyce Terry
    Joyce Terry
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    Posted 11/01/2010 12:41 AM

    I want to past along mine and my family's thoughts and prayers to Maurice's family. I had the honor to meet him during his career with Blazers and when he was a police office in Newberg. My family and I got to watch him play during the golden season. (We were there the BIG NIGHT in 1977. Season ticket holders at the time.) 
    Rest in Peace, Maurice. You will be missed by all that knew you. 
  1. barnettfan
    Posts: 392

    Posted 11/01/2010 1:36 AM

    You touched many lives and made them better whether by your game,your wisdom or your ethics. The game of basketball and the world in general has suffered a great loss today. Our hearts go out to your family for their loss. Rest easy Mo rest easy.
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  1. darlucas
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    Posted 11/01/2010 2:00 AM

    I have soooo many great memories of my uncle. Im still in shock.  He was a kind, honest, generous, take no bs kinda man.  He taught me many things and I will cherish them all.  Thanks to the Blazers organization for such an awesome tribute to him and thank you everyone for all the kind words and prayers.
  1. RipCityRevival
    Posts: 684

    Posted 11/01/2010 2:38 AM

    @darlucas: My prayers are with you, your uncle, and the rest of your family. I myself have an uncle in his final days with cancer, this will be the second year in a row I have lost an uncle during the holidays. It completely changes a family dynamic when something this tragic happens. Your uncle has for sure left a great legacy in Rip City.
    @all Blazers fans: I am participating in Movember, a movement to bring awareness to men's health and raise funds for LiveStrong and the Prostate Cancer Foundation. At first glance, it appears goofy, but I am taking my mission very seriously and have dedicated my fundraising efforts in memory of Coach Luke. All donations are tax dectuctable as Movember is a certified 501 (3)(c) organization. If any of you would like to help out please let me know and I can e-mail you the link. Every little bit helps. One day, we will beat cancer. These playoffs, fortunately, are not over until we do win the championship and everyone of us is a key player. Coach Luke, rest in peace. Let us do the enforcing now.
    I am a fan of Good basketball, great fans and Rip City!
  1. Kim~
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    Posted 11/01/2010 7:53 AM

    :( _ _ _ 
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  1. BDawg
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    Posted 11/01/2010 8:09 AM

    @RipCityRevival:  Yes, "let us do the enforcing now"!  Well said.  Count me among the many as being interested in helping.
    @darlucas:  My families thoughts and prayers are with you and the entire Lucas family on this very sad day.  God bless you all.

    Mo, you differentiated yourself by being as influencial OFF the hardwood as ON.  The mark you have left as your legacy on this community will forever be remembered.  Rest in peace.

    I am a fan of players that play with PASSION and PRIDE
  1. madiarsg
    Posts: 54

    Posted 11/01/2010 8:48 AM

    Luke, your presence in the Trailblazers organization and in the Portland community will greatly missed, but your spirit will live on in your family, friends, players, coaches, and every single fan in Blazer Nation.  You will always be our "Enforcer," and I hope that you look down and smile at us.

    Always in our hearts
    I am a fan of seeing what is coming for us in the future...
  1. Posted 11/01/2010 8:57 AM

    Yes a said day!!! He gave us so much joy!! I loved to watch him play!! Especially when we won the championship!! Lets dedicated this season to "The Enforcer" GO BLAZERS!!!!!!! Lets Rise up to another CHAMPIONSHIP season.........
  1. blazerfan78
    Posts: 1

    Posted 11/01/2010 9:09 AM

    I remember watching the games and when there was a foul he would hold the team and coach back.. R.I.P. Mr.Lucas you will never be forgotten and your memories will live on forever.
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  1. Jonsey86
    Posts: 13

    Posted 11/01/2010 9:49 AM

     I watched my very first basketball game when I was 8 and it was the 76-77 championship got all the teams autographs and remember how nice he was. In 2001 He came in to the Lowes in Tigard where I was working and I walked the gentle giant through the store still in awe like so many years ago, we had a great conversation about those days then and the days to come with the Blazers. He was truly a great Basketball player but an even better human bieng, we will all miss you big guy, Heaven is getting someone very special.
    I am a fan of The season starting on time
  1. DTuv
    Posts: 1

    Posted 11/01/2010 10:05 AM

    A sad day for Oregon.

    My deepest sympathies to his family and the Blazer organization.

    For a short story, I got to meet Maurice at a "meet and greet" in Pendleton at the Wildhorse Casino, oh probably almost 10 years ago.  We met up for breakfast the next morning and he had a vision for a Blazer reunion event along with a benefit golf tournament at the Resort.  I don't think we really thought he'd be able to get his former teammates and sports friends to come to eastern Oregon and our property.  With a very successful 25th anniversary celebration with all the '77 championship team, Mo organized a couple more annual golf events.

    Mo and his friends were delightful, generous with their time, and just a whole lot of fun to be around.  My own work schedule elsewhere kept me from fully enjoying all of the events, but the little I did and that which my friends and family participated was just wonderful.

    Throughout, Mo was clearly the one the others looked to and he conducted himself with a style and grace that was completely disarming.  He was a classy man and I feel honored to have met him!  Heaven holds special places for individuals like him that uses his good fortune to good purpose, is so kind to others, and truly humble.

  1. RedRudy5
    Posts: 135

    Posted 11/01/2010 11:43 AM

    A sad day in blazer nation. Coach Lucas will be missed greatly. He was a great basketball player and a great person-very inspiring. Thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
    I am a fan of Turning this season around! Time to show some pride!!
  1. kaemicha
    Posts: 16

    Posted 11/01/2010 1:14 PM

    I feel very bad about Luke's passing.  Not to be irreverent but among my friends and I, he was known as Luke, The Body, Lucas.  And, while we may have been a bit shallow about how great he looked, we always appreciated his style of play, his toughness and his kindness.  He was a 'oner' - one of a kind.  RIP Luke
    I am a fan of The Blazers playing their hearts out in spite of all the hardships that come their way.
  1. daddylogan
    Posts: 188

    Posted 11/01/2010 1:18 PM

    RIP Big Luke. When I was a young man I had the pleasure to see Luke play and meet him at a Jack Ramsey summer camp. Great guy, great player! We will all miss you here in BlazerNation.

    peace out,
  1. grayhuze
    Posts: 6

    Posted 11/01/2010 1:30 PM

    Maurice Lucas was awesome!  and a great guy.  He once played hoops with me and my two brother in the pool at the jcc for an hour.  He was a role model.  He stood up for the little guy.  He lost his fight to cancer, but he won this fight.  I made this last year

  1. blazerfreak97
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    Posted 11/01/2010 3:15 PM

    Prayers to his friends and family.
    I remember going to a camp he was coaching and thinking "wow he's so cool" I wanted to be a basketball player just like him.
    he was a great guy and a role model to me and everyone else.
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  1. McLegend
    Posts: 89

    Posted 11/01/2010 3:24 PM

    RIP Lucas. You were an amazing player on the court and an amazing person off. 

    My thoughts and prayers to all of your loved ones.
    I am a fan of making Kobe cry in the Western Conference Finals.
  1. blazerfan77
    Posts: 1

    Posted 11/01/2010 4:25 PM

    I remember going to the games in the colisium.. It was very loud and whenever Lucas was introduced or when he made a basket or did anything you would hear a roar that sounded like Boo but it was actually thousands of people yelling LUKE. He was a great player and an awesome person.. We will miss you Luke!!!
  1. jackdepue
    Posts: 1

    Posted 11/01/2010 9:55 PM

    I was 32 years old and finishing my playing days in the Portland City Leagues when the "Walton Gang" (SI cover, June 13, 1977) won not only the NBA Championship but the hearts of the people and city of Portland.  My favorite "Luke" memory is not the fight with "Chocolate Thunder" but his going to the Sixers bench during introductions and getting Dawkins to handshake prior to the game.  I think this sums up my perception as a reconnected fan enjoying the undeniable connection between the present Blazers and teams past.  I also want to say that I was very pleased to see Jeff Pendergraph on "Talking Ball" and their tribute to Luke.  A fine young man in a difficult situation.  I'm sure Luke would want him to stay a part of the resurgent "Rip City" family.  ...I miss you more than I'd ever imagined, Luke.  Thanks to you and Ramsey and Walton and Gross and Hollins and Twardzik and Davis and all of you '76-'77ers and...Portland.
  1. blazerdarren77
    Posts: 216

    Posted 11/01/2010 10:27 PM

    I can empathize with Luc's family. about a year ago i lost my father to cancer. i can remember watching their championship run as a kid & watching his reaction as they won game 6 to win it all; it was just one of those memories that seem just like yesterday that i'll never forget. R.I.P. MO!
    I am a fan of THE ROSE GARDEN FOREVER!!!
  1. jd23
    Posts: 1

    Posted 11/01/2010 11:24 PM

    I was in college, struggling to make the team when Big Luke and the Blazers did their thing. He was my hero and he inspired me to success. Thank you Maurice for the standard you set as a professional man.
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  1. Kris Koivisto
    Kris Koivisto
    Posts: 13

    Posted 11/02/2010 10:05 AM

    Hey guys, I am going to post a few fan emails that we've received here at the office. Maurice had a strong impact on a lot of people's lives and we are all deeply saddened to lose him.
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  1. Kris Koivisto
    Kris Koivisto
    Posts: 13

    Posted 11/02/2010 10:07 AM

    In light of the tragedy the Portland Trail Blazer family has suffered at the passing of Maurice Lucas, I think it would be fitting if the Blazers did something similar to what they did when Kevin Duckworth passed away recently. Not necessarily the public memorial, but moreso at the games. Show plenty of Maurice Lucas videos, make it the season we play for Maurics, whatever it is that your team of marketers comes up with. But make sure that Blazer Nation knows what this man meant to this team and community. Without him, the Blazers would not have the one NBA title they have. This man is a Trail Blazer legend, and he should be remembered as such as well. I hope the Trail Blazers make sure that happens. Thank you and god bless.

    -Richard Ackerman

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  1. Kris Koivisto
    Kris Koivisto
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    Posted 11/02/2010 10:08 AM

    Prayers and Condolensence to the Lucas family recent passing of Maurice Lucas.The first time I new of Maurice Lucas was in Pittsburgh, PA City Championship he played against my older brother then crossed path at our summer league championship game in Pittsburgh, PA (Ozanam) same year Luke won the NBA Championship he made an appearance congradulated everyone shook everyone hand.Really got to know Luke when playing for Phoenix Suns in Arizona our family's got to know each other very well.
    -Chuck Organ
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  1. Kris Koivisto
    Kris Koivisto
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    Posted 11/02/2010 10:09 AM

    Rename the practice facility after Maurice Lucas.
    -Tom Berninghausen
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  1. Kris Koivisto
    Kris Koivisto
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    Posted 11/02/2010 10:11 AM

    I am sorry but I don't really know who to address this too.  My name is Mark Medrano and I am from Phoenix.  I was a Ballboy for the Phx Suns many years ago when Maurice Lucas was with us.  I just wanted to send my condolences to the organization and let you know that he was always very kind to me.  He would look for me during pre-game to rebound for him or to play one-on-one.  He always had a smile on and was just a great person to be around. My heart goes out to your Blazer family.  For some reason, I was showing pictures of Luc and I to my kids and all the memories came back.  Thank you and God Bless your organization.

    -Mark Medrano

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  1. Kris Koivisto
    Kris Koivisto
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    Posted 11/02/2010 10:12 AM

    I want to give my condolances to the family of Maurice Lucas, and to the team. I considered myself a friend of his during the early years of his involvement with the team. He was a gentle giant with a great big heart.
    -Ronald Powell
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  1. Kris Koivisto
    Kris Koivisto
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    Posted 11/02/2010 10:13 AM

    I like to send my condolences to the Maurice Lucus' Family. Afriend of the NBA. Retired NYLife Agent. God Bless.
    -Toni Hatcher
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  1. Kris Koivisto
    Kris Koivisto
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    Posted 11/02/2010 10:14 AM

    I am so sad that Mr. Lucas died.  He meant a lot to Kentucky Colonels fans also.  He was a tough grittty player, and will be missed.
    -Doug Spoelker
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  1. Napoleon7
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    Posted 11/02/2010 10:34 AM

    Luke you will be missed.

    Thoughts and prayers to his family
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  1. uri
    Posts: 56

    Posted 11/02/2010 4:12 PM

    R.I.P I hope you're in better plaCE now=)
    I am a fan of Portland Trail Blazers!!!
  1. nbahardcore
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    Posted 11/02/2010 8:54 PM

    Have fun where ever you are... You will be greatly missed. Thanks for all those wonder years of Championship. Blessings to your family you left behind

    I am a fan of BLAZERS 2010-11
  1. BlackMamba Diaz
    BlackMamba Diaz
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    Posted 11/03/2010 2:48 AM

    Sad the blazers fans and city of Portland past away of legendary Maurice "The Enforcer" Lucas
    from Philippines CONDOLENCES for family of Mr.Lucas and Blazers fans
  1. madiarsg
    Posts: 54

    Posted 11/03/2010 11:44 AM

    I wasn't even born when the Blazers won their first championship.  I can about a year later, but I always heard about that series.  That series turned my family into huge Blazer fans, and they breed that love into me.  It wasn't Walton that they talked about, but "Luke."  How his presence on the court made that championship possible.  How he just could stand on the court, staring down a player that dared to challenge him, that could make people at home terrified, not to mention how that unlucky player felt.  

    I never got to officially meet Maurice Lucas, but I did have the wonderful opportunity to be in his presence.  Years ago, I worked as an usher at the Rose Garden, and I was at a lower level entrance, my first time at one of the "high profile" entrances.  Coach Lucas was sitting in that section.  It was the season after we didn't make the playoffs, 2004-2005, and he was there, with his hand over his heart during the National Anthem, and leaning his elbows on his knees, and you could see him analyzing the game, so intent on watching what these guys were doing and why they were doing so bad.  You could tell that he wanted to be out there, to show those "young guys" how the game was really played.  I was too terrified to say anything - this was The Enforcer, for goodness sakes, how do you go talk to your idol?

    Every time I saw him on the bench, or at the arena, I remembered that moment.  The intensity that was still there after all those years, the passion for the game still in full bloom, the commanding presence he had.  When I heard he had cancer, I thought "It won't take Luke."  Sadly, it did, and we have lost one of the true statesmen of the game, one of the great players whose dominance on the court was only matched by his compassion and humanity off the court.

    RIP Maurice Lucas.  May you be at peace, where you have searched for it for the last few years here on Earth.  We carry you with us, always.

    I am a fan of seeing what is coming for us in the future...
  1. Schmoe55
    Posts: 1

    Posted 11/04/2010 11:34 AM

    I saw Luke play several times, but certainly remember his first game of 1979.  Shortly before the season started, Luke had some minor surgery and missed the first few games.  With tickets in hand for this nights game, I read that while he wouldn't start, he definately would play.  About 1/2 way through the first quarter, he rose from the bench and approached the scorer's table.  Even though the ball was still in play, everyone's eyes were on #20 as the crowd erupted with a huge cry of LUUUUUUUUKE.  He hit his first couple shots and finished with 30 as the Blazers won.  The game was also remembered for having recent World Series star Willie Stargell in the stands.  In the paper the next morning, Stargell stated that he would love to get Luke into a game of one-on-one.

    His greatest Blazer memory might be shaking Daryl Dawkin's hand when the teams were announced before Game 3 of the 1977 Finals, though.  That was the beginning of the end for the 76ers.

    Thanks for everything, Luke.  You'll be missed.
  1. Greg Hamilton
    Greg Hamilton
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    Posted 11/08/2010 12:10 AM

    My son and I had the privilege of meeting Maurice at an in-store event in October 2007.  When I walked in and saw him, I was taken aback.  There were no lines to meet him.  It was fairly quiet.  He was just sitting at a table, talking up some of the event staff and a few employees.  Walking up to him, I introduced myself and my son and we talked for a while. 

    I passed him a DVD copy of the 1978 Trailblazer documentary Fast Break - and asked him about it.  He said he'd seen it when it was shown in Portland theaters back in 1978.  I told him he should show the film to the team - so they could better understand the Trailblazers legacy.  He took the DVD and said he'd watch it again during his next plane flight.  

    Luke was the first real basketball player my son had met.  He posed with us for photos and signed autographs for Greer.  It was wonderful to meet him and he was very kind to my son.  When Greer heard about Luke's battle with cancer, he drew up a couple of get-well cards.  He found the autographed team photo Maurice gave him and recreated the photo on the card.   Hopefully, they reached him - and helped cheer him up for a moment.

    After having seen Fast Break, and read Larry Colton's IDOL TIME and David Halberstam's THE BREAKS OF THE GAME, I have an even better respect for him.  He was a great basketball player, and an even greater man.

    Godspeed Maurice...we'll miss you.
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