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It was great getting to see him in person when he spoke to the Trail Blazers staff. He was extremely emotional and kept apologizing for not being a better "family" member to the Trail Blazers and the city of Portland. It was extremely genuine and endearing.
wow, with as connected as he has been with the Lakers and the city of Los Angeles, it is nice to hear him recognize Portland for what it truly is. He has always acknowledged the Portland fans, but it always seemed like it was from a distance. It is just nice to see that he was reminded of how truly special Rip City is. Is there video of Walton's return? He has a really good way with words and is a great story teller. I would like to hear what he had to say.
I listened to the podcast and I had to pause afterward. I hope the Blazer players of today can look over and see that we are all part of somethig greater than any of the individual parts, greater than the fans, greater than the Schonz. All these parts make up something incredibly unique. I can't wait to see this flower blossom, because when it does it will be truly glorious to have been a Blazer fan all this time.
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