We got the answers, Kanye.
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We got the answers, Kanye.
Portland Trail Blazers 97, Dallas Mavericks 92 (Series: 2-1 Dallas) Wesley Matthews was a mad man for the Portland Trailblazers last night.
Orlando Magic 88, Atlanta Hawks 82 I’m a bit of a conspiracy theorist when it comes to sports, especially the NBA, so indulge me if you will.
Sit down, hold on to your hat, and kiss your loved ones goodbye, because I’m about to blow your mother-fluffing mind – Greg Oden is out for the season.
Portland Trailblazers star Brandon Roy has issued an apology for his appearance in a new rap video from “artists” Cali and Cavalli for their hit(.
Most NBA players like to head out after a tough road game to sample whatever local strange might be available.
Quick follow-up to our <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2010/01/greg-odens-penis-yep-we-found-it">Greg Oden post from yesterday</a>: the Blazers big man came out and apologized for the pictures that made the rounds on the internet.
I spent the better part of my morning trolling the Series of Tubes trying to find a picture of a black man's penis and I'm exhausted.
Portland's Rudy Fernandez was carried off the floor in the third quarter of Portland's win against the Lakers last night after taking an interesting foul from Trevor Ariza.
TrailBlazers general manager Kevin Pritchard <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/blog/ball_dont_lie/post/The-Internets-are-alive-The-Darius-Miles-saga?urn=nba,133754" target="_blank">has been in the news a lot recently</a>, as he's been going around threatening other NBA GMs with legal action if they pick up former Blazer Darius Miles, which could make it impossible for Portland to pick up a free agent this summer.
For those of you East Coasters who didn't stay up until 1:45 a.
Bill Mikesell of <a href="http://www.oregonlive.com/blazers/index.ssf/2008/07/blazerdancers_hold_2008_tryout.html" target="_blank">OregonLive.com</a> is responsible for this insider look on what it takes to become a member of the Portland TrailBlazers dance team.
Greg Oden <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylt=ArRrKySHOkDggsjC1Rn57N05nYcB?slug=aw-oden091307&prov=yhoo&type=lgns" title="Yahoo" target="_blank">won't play this season</a>:Oden, a 7-footer from Ohio State, was found to have torn cartilage during exploratory surgery on his right knee and was operated on by team doctor Don Roberts in Vancouver, Wash.
FanHaus superstar <a href="http://sports.aol.com/fanhouse/2007/07/12/fanhouse-exclusive-miss-gossip-interviews-greg-oden/">Miss Gossip sat down with Greg Oden</a> at the presentation of the Gatorade High School Athletes of the Year awards a few days ago.
Freakin' everybody with a love of the NBA and at least a partially formed cerebellum is sharing their thoughts on last night's draft, so I'll spare you my perfectly ill-formed thoughts.
With the <a href="../post.phtml?pk=2918" target="_blank">NBA playoffs over</a>, basketball fans turned their eyes to last night's draft lottery, which is unnecessarily televised every year.
Gilbert Arenas once again failed to make good on his vow to get 50 points against the TrailBlazers as recompense for the Team USA snub he suffered in the offseason, partly at the hands of Portland coach Nate McMillan.
Things are finally looking up for the Heat: Pat Riley will return after the All-Star break, Shaq is back (five blocks last night), and the reigning NBA champs are back to.
Honestly, I can't believe the NBA referees aren't doing a better job of protecting Dwyane Wade.