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The Reality of Being a Blazers Fan In Southern Oregon


Ok Everyone, so here's my deal. My job has been pushing me to move from Portland to Southern Oregon Medofrd/Ashalnd area to help start up a new branch. Wouldent be a forever move but one that would keep me there for a year or better. I am a half season ticket holder and will come up for my weekend games which is 7-9 per season on average and sell the remaining tickets. So I want the real honest and brutal truth, what if anything can I do to watch my trailblazers while I am down there. I have heard horror stories of blackouts and no radio stations. Is there an overpriced cable package I have to buy? Do I have to watch the games online? Satalite radio to listen to the games? Whats the scoop, cost is really not an issue short of driving up for every game of course........Help a brother out!!!

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