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Blazer's Edge gameday editor Eric Griffith swings by the Weekend Podcast to discuss Plumlee's developing jumper, Meyers Leonard's outside shot, pragmatism with Evan Turner, who will set the best screens, Noah Vonleh's 2016-17 trajectory, the best individual Blazer nicknames & much more!

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Blazer’s Edge gameday editor Eric Griffith swings by the Weekend Podcast to discuss, among many other topics:

  • Shabazz Napier’s chances at earning regular season minutes
  • Realistic expectations for Evan Turner
  • Mason Plumlee and his developing jumper
  • Meyers Leonard’s confidence in his outside shot
  • Festus Ezeli’s role in the offense as a screen-setter
  • Noah Vonleh’s potential and opportunity to crack Terry Stotts’ rotation
  • A comprehensive, 15-player list of the best nicknames on Portland’s roster

Click play below to listen via YouTube or Stitcher:

Eric is @DeeringTornado on Twitter (he claims to be a “safe” follow for Blazers fans), and his features can be found every Thursday morning on Blazer’s Edge.

Local Portland-area beatmaker and producer Odar provided the intro music for this weekend's edition of the Blazer's Edge Podcast. See more of his work at soundcloud.com/odarbeats. Hip-hop fans can find Odar’s latest beatmaking on tracks 4 and 6 of Landon Wordswell’s latest album, Prayer and Whiskey (some lyrics NSFW).

The direct .mp3 link of this week’s podcast is here.

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-- Chris Lucia | blazersedgepodcast@gmail.com | @ChrisLuciaPDX