Haberstroh: Oden active?


RT @tomhaberstroh: Pat Riley says Greg Oden is active tonight.

— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) January 15, 2014 Tom Haberstroh, ESPN

Sixers working out free agent big men. Maybe to replace Hawes Young?


Marc J. Spears: The Sixers are working out free agent big men Hamady Ndiaye, Kyrylo Fesenko, Dewayne Dedmon & Jarvis Varnado today, sources said. Twitter @SpearsNBAYahoo - See more at:


Quick Returning to Blazers


From @jwquick on Twitter: "Part of me wishes I would stick on them to see what will probably be a memorable run next season. But ... I am headed back to the Blazers." Yipee

Source: Blazers Identified As 'Wild Card' For Omer Asik


The Portland Trail Blazers have been identified as the 'Wild Card' team in on a trade for Omer Asik, a league source told RealGM's Andrew Perna. The Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers and Philadelphia 76ers are also pursuing a trade with the Houston Rockets for Asik, according to a report on Tuesday by Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski. Wojnarowski added that there was an unidentified 'Wild Card' team. The Blazers have had an excellent start to the season and the main thing holding them back from pulling the trigger on a deal for Asik are concerns about chemistry. Via Andrew Perna/RealGM

Historic Game for Blazers: 3P & Assists


Last night's game against Philadelphia was an historic one for the Blazers. They are the only team in NBA history to hit 21 or more 3-pointers and have 41 or more assists in one game.

Corrigan: 7 Reasons why the Blazers are serious finals contenders


One team that has shocked the world this season resides deep in the Pacific Northwest.

Dime Magazine

Amico: Blazers looking at Daniel Gibson to replace McCollum?


Sam Amico, Fox Sports Ohio: "Following injury to rookie CJ McCollum, ex-Cavs G Daniel Gibson said to be among those on Trail Blazers' radar should they opt for fill-in."

Proof Simmons hates many other places before Portland


At about the 24:30 mark: Simmons: Deep dish pizza is disgusting Greenwald: It's horrible, it's not even pizza. Fact: If Simmons hated Portland, he'd say "Boutique Donuts are no good" or "Coffee sucks".

Alonzo Mourning is looking forward to working with Oden


"Extremely excited, extremely excited," Mourning said by phone, "because I understand the potential that he (Oden) has."

Asked if he plans to work directly with Oden, Mourning said, "I think we all, as an organization, are looking forward to working with him, developing him, so that he can be a part of this organization for years to come."

"I know that if healthy, the impact that he can have on this franchise," Mourning said. "Just him being 25 years old, I feel that the longevity of the possibility of him playing, that longevity will continue to stimulate a winning opportunity with the organization."

"The game is played from the inside out," he said. "The biggest acquisition this summer was Dwight Howard, and when you have a player that caliber that can play the game inside and draw attention to that painted area, that makes all of his teammates better. Roy Hibbert has that ability. Dwight Howard. There's very few guys that have that ability in the league.",0,947538.story

Mo Williams signs with Portland, per Woj!


Williams is signing a two year deal with Blazers, source tells Y!

— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) August 7, 2013

Williams deal will pay him $5.6 million over two years, with player option for second season.

— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) August 7, 2013 Woj
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