Portland Trail Blazers
The Portland Trail Blazers are considered a darling of the NBA thanks to a successful heritage that includes one championship in 1977 and two more Finals appearances in 1990 and 1992 respectively. From the overachieving youngsters that won that title, to the talentladen underachievers of the 1980s, the All Stars of the 90s and the ‘Jailblazers’ of the early 2000s, Portland have become a team that never quite makes it all the way but often makes it into our hearts.
Despite losing Brandon Roy to early retirement in 2011, a player with some of the greatest potential in a generation, the franchise has continued to draft well and develop players into All-Stars. No matter what, Portland consistently competes in the toughest conference in the NBA.
There’s a clear frontrunner for MVP, and it’s not the guy you think it is. Tom Hall crunches the numbers to reveal there’s one man who stands ahead of the pack at the halfway point.
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In the midst of a pandemic, fans face a season away from their teams, Josh Coyne speaks to some of those closer to the game than anyone – the PA Announcers.
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Jrue Holiday is a prized target for contending teams in this off-season, and Harry Harrison breaks down some of the best destinations for the coveted guard
While talk might be turning to the 2020-21 season, Sid Mohaptra takes a moment to appreciate some of the best guards of the NBA bubble
Our team answer some of the biggest questions surrounding NBA Offseason – Question 2 – Who is the biggest star that will change teams?
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