Monthly Archive: February, 2012

Blazers sputter out of gate to lose 104-95 in Denver

With high hopes to get a good start to the second half of the season, the Portland Trail Blazers (18-17) flew to the Mile High City in Denver to face division rival Nuggets… Continue reading

Playoff Predictions (Feb. 29, 2012)

With half of the┬ácondensed schedule in the books, the 2011-2012 NBA season resumes later this week, the Portland Trail Blazers who started the season off on the right foot starting 3-0 and gaining… Continue reading

Brandon Roy considering NBA comeback

It was a dark and depressing day for the city of Portland but for the entire league when Brandon Roy announced his retirement due to┬ádegenerative knees that have plagued him throughout his entire… Continue reading

Blazers sign C Joel Przybilla, release guard Armon Johnson

Some snippets from the Portland Trail Blazers early this morning: “The Portland Trail Blazers have signed free agent center Joel Przybilla, it was announced today. Per team policy, terms of the deal were… Continue reading

Durant, Bryant lead West over East in lackluster All-Star Weekend

The buzz and all the hype down in Orlando is all over, the NBA concluded their All-Star weekend on Sunday and further proved that maybe they should tone down a few activities so… Continue reading

The return of Joel Przybilla

Much of Rip City was saddened when the Portland Trail Blazers announced that they were ┬átrading center and fan favorite Joel Przybilla, forward Dante Cunningham and Sean Marks to the Charlotte Bobcats in… Continue reading

Blazers dump starless Spurs in 137-97 home rout

If Portland continues to play their bipolar game plan of being blown out on the road the first night, then coming back the next night to blow out a visiting team, my heart… Continue reading

Lakers steamroll over powerless Blazers 103-92

To anyone that missed the first half of this game: Be glad you did as we hoped the Portland Trail Blazers (17-16) would improve their woeful road record when taking on a decent-yet-not-as-good-as-they-used-to-be… Continue reading

Greg Oden has microfracture surgery, out for remainder of 2011-2012 season

Statement issued from the Portland Trail Blazers this afternoon: The Portland Trail Blazers have announced that center Greg Oden underwent microfracture surgery on his left knee today. The surgery was performed by Dr.… Continue reading