Jeremy Woo of Sports Illustrated is "extremely excited" to watch Simons play.
The big man’s first season in Portland has gotten off to a rocky start, but he has shown glimpses of what he can contribute to the team.
The Blazers are going to look different this year. What will the new strengths and weaknesses be?
Michael Shapiro at SI takes a look at the supporting casts for the top duos in the Western Conference.
Portland has scored minimally in transition during the Terry Stotts era. Could new athletes and a new defense produce more easy buckets?
The Suns connected on 24 three-pointers in a 134-118 victory over the Trail Blazers.
ESPN’s Zach Lowe explains that the Trail Blazers are gatekeepers to the top teams to watch in his annual League Pass Rankings.
The Blazers have a few young players in their training camp - but are any of them legitimate NBA prospects?
Colin Ward-Henninger of CBS Sports divides up the league by birth dates. Portland’s guards fare well.
Amanda Smith, broadcast assistant for the Utah Jazz joins the WHAT Podcast to talk about what it is like covering live games and what to expect from the Utah Jazz this season.
Zach Collins and Anfernee Simons are set for increased roles, but are they ready?
Portland should be good no matter what, but they’ll need to gel on defense in order to be great.
On paper, Portland is deeper at center this year than they’ve been in years. Foul trouble could render the point moot.
Jason Quick of The Athletic details the Blazers’ changed mindset coming into the season.
The Blazers traded in limited offensive players for upgrades this summer, but one aspect of the offense might need tweaking.
A veteran forward might stand in the breach for Portland’s playoffs aspirations.
The Trail Blazers preseason schedule started with a 105-94 loss to the Jokic-less Nuggets.