1. Mar 27

    Yesterday after practice, Damian Lillard went on NBC Sports' The Crossover with Michelle Beadle and Dave Briggs to discuss a host of topics, including his involvement with the "Respect. Pass It On." campaign with adidas and Les Schwab Tires.

  2. Mar 26

    It was mid-March and the students at West Powellhurst Elementary School had just finished a week of standardized testing and desperately needed a break. Those test results will prove what the Trail Blazers knew—that the kids at West Powellhurst are good students and especially good readers. So good in fact, that Blaze and Trail Blazers Will Barton and Eric Maynor visited to celebrate their reading with a Read to Achieve Assembly, presented by Kia Motors.

  3. Mar 19

    Trail Blazers Nolan Smith and Will Barton spend a Friday night to benefiting students at Rosemary Anderson High School.

  4. Mar 15

    But Lillard's hot streak hasn't been exclusive to basketball. In fact, you could argue his most important work has been off the court as the spokesperson for the "Respect. Pass It On." anti-bullying campaign. Since the start of the campaign, over 4,000 people have taken the pledge to stand up against bullying, including the students at Parkrose Middle School where Lillard, Les Schwab Tires and adidas, all partners in the effort, held an assembly to promote the importance of treating people with respect.

  5. Mar 08

    Working for the Trail Blazers is great. We get to do cool stuff and see cool things (often a bit before the public). And of course there are the games. But working with the actual Trail Blazers, the mostly tall guys who play basketball for a living, is even better. When we go out with players to community appearances (reading assemblies, in particular)

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