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The Blazers spent a gazillion dollars to keep a 44-win team together. Now what?

Our next episode focuses on the Blazers, who responded to a surprising season by locking down its core, no matter the cost. The Blazers were one of the NBA’s darling teams last season. What will they do for an encore? Give Evan Turner $17 million a year, apparently. In all seriousness, this feels like a team on the rise. To help us break down their chances this season, Chris Lucia, the host of the Blazer’s Edge Podcast, joined the show.
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