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Let me preface this by saying that this will never happen on the Blazers team. That isn't the purpose of this post. On 08/15/2010 at MSG in New York, France debuted their line up with Nicolas Batum playing as their starting Shooting Guard. What I noticed first was that he deifinitely looked out of place on the offensive end. He ended up playing
Blazers fans, I am one of you, but even I have had to start facing a harsh reality. We are small-town, in fact, we may be TOO small town for our own good. Although I don't agree it could work, my point of view has been slightly skewed by the recent post regarding a multi-player deal for LeBron James. Again, I still think this idea is a press
I have to say, I am a little upset with a lot of the local media as of late. It isn't just sports media, but the media in general. Before the playoffs even started they were asking if KP had done enough to put this team over the top. In fact, they started before the season even started by asking if the changes he had
Now I'm not going to question whether you have done a tremendous job here with the Blazers, because I certainly think you have; however, I do have one glaring question that doesn't seem to get a straight answer.
What assets do we really have overseas?
Koponen, Freeland, Claver. PG, PF/C, SF/PF. Talented? Tradable? Ever going to see a day in the NBA?
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