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Frustrated about ESPN's overlooking the Blazers. What about you?

I listen to MIke and Mike in the Morning every day on my way to work and only once in a blue moon do they mention anything dealing with Portland. When they mention scores they will mention games by the big market teams and this morning even mentioned Houston's game against Minnesota. But no Blazers. THere have been times where there were only 2 nba games played on the previous night, one of them being Portland. And they would only mention the other game and then skip to college sports. Last season they didnt mention Portland's over time loss to the Heat but they mention every other game the Heat play. THis has frustrated me for a while and so I guess since I acant do anything about it I will just speak my frustration. I mean, Aldridge doesnt get his fair attention but Blake Griffin, who Aldridge is better than, is being talked about as possibly one of the best PFs along with Love and Nowitzki. There is a reason Aldridge got snubbed and continues to not get the attention he deserves- Sports news chooses to do practically nothing dealing with Portland. I have heard some people on ESPN talk about the Blazers but that is not often at all. Forgive me if I sound like whiny baby but there is no way the whole small market large market thing will ever change as long as sports media is this way. I just get tired of this and wish it would change.


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