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Apr 23

Get on my back !!!

By mbmurr1 Posted in: Blazers, BrandonRoy, Mavericks
In the 4th quarter of game 4 Brandon Roy says get on my back and the Portland Trailblazers rode him to a victory and a 2-2 tie in their best of 7 series vs. Dallas. Down 23 towards the end of the 3rd quarter all looked lost then Brandon took over looking like the all-star he was prior to double knee surgery. He scored 18 points in the 4th quarter alone 24 overall and Portland won by 2 points 84-82. ROLL ON BLAZERS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  1. Dude get off our wagon. If you've had an epiphany then state so otherwise cut your sudden change of demeanor.

    by Roland on 4/24/2011 12:09 AM
  2. Oh Roland... You do know that fans can come and go as they please right?? You are not the gate keeper, so try not to be such a downer when the Blazers win. Look at it this way if you still want to be a troll: Blazers Win=Larger Fan Base=More Respect(By Sportcenter/Yahoo Sports etc)=More Recognition(TV deals)=More Merchandise Sales=Great Things.

    Plus if you're honest with yourself you can often see that you probably started being a fan at a similar point in Blazer history. It's that initial greatness that you see in a team and it's city that drives you to continue being a fan. In fact, I would much rather prefer a fan that joins in a time of triumph and sits through times of pain with the team than a fan that hasn't seen the greatest moments of their team so they set their expectations low.
    So, you can get off of this Blazer wagon if you don't like sharing because from what you typed you seem like the type of fan that likes exclusivity. In that case I have the perfect team for you, the LA LAKERS. They're are a very exclusive bunch of fans... just bring your cell phone because you're likely to get bored.

    by MiketheMichael on 4/24/2011 1:09 AM
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