The Portland Trail Blazers had a grueling stretch from 2000-2006 where they were known as the "Jail Blazers." Comprised of cocky characters like Zach Randolph, Bonzi Wells, Rasheed Wallace and Shawn Kemp among others, the team was headed down a dark road where egos clashed and the team concept was missing entirely. However, the savvy draft day trade to acquire Brandon Roy for Randy Foye seemed to eradicate what only a year before seemed like a decade submerged in darkness for the Blazers' franchise.
Last week the Twitterverse was abuzz with news about the Portland Trail Blazers. No, Greg Oden is not having another knee surgery. (But don't be surprised if and when it happens again.) Apparently, Brandon Roy wants to make a return... Read Post
The Portland Trail Blazers have played like one of the NBA’s best teams to this point. And you don’t get this far without making some enemies. The city's pride and joy has come together as a force on both ends, ranked as the No. 4 s... Read Post