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  1. BLASER
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    Posted 06/10/2013 10:17 AM

    but if were gonna trade him for picks I would wait til next years draft class if anything attaining picks this year is probably the cheapest its been in a while don't think we have to give up aldridge for a high pick 

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  1. DJ48
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    Posted 06/11/2013 3:02 PM

    I saw an article that had David west being a good fit for Portland if the pacers could not reach a deal with him. I don't know much about him except for his stat line. Any thoughts?

  1. Siccolo
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    Posted 06/11/2013 5:41 PM

    I hope we dont use all our cap space on a PF.... lol

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  1. TheLotteryMafia
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    Posted 06/12/2013 1:38 AM

    Hey guys, just another update from me to let you know that we have recently written an in depth article on Portland's free agency targets which may interest a lot of you. Check it out here:

     http://thelotterymafia.com/2013/06/12/pieces-to-the-puzzles/#more-1061

    Hope you enjoy the read! Let me know if you think my ideas are accurate and realistic, I know that yourselves being Porltand fans will be hard to impress and probably already have people in mind.

  1. The Unholy
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    Posted 06/12/2013 10:37 AM

    article started out with greg oden and brandon roy and then i stopped reading. who wants to hear old news?

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  1. Avgjoe28
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    Posted 06/12/2013 11:25 AM

    Rumor central on espn says

    Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio was asked if he'd heard the rumor about the Suns possibly shipping center Marcin Gortat to the Portland Trail Blazers and he responded: "If (Indiana forward/center) Cody Zeller drops to 10 (in the 2013 NBA draft), hear it could happen. Suns seem to love him."

    I am a fan of Gortat and i think he would be a good pick up i think he has up side still left to be discovered. There are other centers i would prefer but i am ok with this one.  

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  1. DJ48
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    Posted 06/12/2013 11:45 AM

    I think we should keep our core 4. Will Barton from what it looks like from the end of year could be taking over the 6th man position or even the starting sg position. Either way it's a win for us as we get a high caliber scorer and rebounder for a sg as a back up or a gritty defender who can shoot the ball, who is developing his inside game around the rim as well. If will comes into his own I don't think we need another guard just resign maynor. Draft zeller and place him as the back up pf. Trade claver and freeland to the mavericks along with two of our second rounders for Marion and the 13th pick. Take Alex Len or dieng with the 13th, and a sg with the second rounder. Sign o'neal and make him a back up behind Leonard. I believe Leonard will be ready come pre season and most likely summer leagues if Portland has him attend. If he is not ready o'neal can easily start. 

    lillard/maynor

    wes/barton/2nd rounder

    batum/marion

    LA/zeller

    Leonard/o'neal/Alex Len or dieng

    o'neal should just use his time on our roster mentoring our two younger centers whoever it may be. Meyers defiantly looks more offensively polished than Alex Len does but Len looks like the better defender unless the weight Meyers is putting on helps him against players like gasoline and Dwight. O'neal seems like the cheap fix for the center issues which can put us in the playoffs this year and the years after that. 

  1. DJ48
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    Posted 06/12/2013 11:55 AM

    That's about $53.3 million in salaries that leaves $5.2 million to spend if you want a better center than o'neal or another player

  1. DJ48
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    Posted 06/12/2013 12:46 PM

    I didn't realize how cheap jermaine was sorry guys. We can still have about $9 million to spend. I think our weakest position would be our power forward physicality maybe Larry sanders. We could also trade batum to the magic for tobias harris and their 2nd overall pick.we give them our 10th because they are going to want a point guard in McCollum. We let maynor walk and have $22 million to spend draft Ben mclemore trade mathews to the thunder for nick collison. Giving us about $24 million.

    lillard

    ben mclemore/barton

    shawn Marion/Tobias harris

    LA

    leonard/o'neal/Alex Len or ddieng

     that's the roster before the the free agency market. Take Paul millsap for the power forward. Chauncey bill ups for point guard. Then use the remaining $14 to sign Andre igoudala for the shooting guard. That's my fantasy team that will never happen haha.

    Lillard/billups

    Andre/Ben mclemore/barton

    Shawn Marion/ Tobias Harris

    LA/millsap

    Leonard/o'neal/Alex Len or dieng

  1. cmeese47
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    Posted 06/12/2013 5:15 PM

    Harris has more trade value than Batum does so kiss any chance of getting Harris for Batum 

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  1. DJ48
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    Posted 06/12/2013 6:17 PM

    I was just messing around with that one.

  1. Ricky
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    Posted 06/16/2013 2:40 PM

    Isn't Jarred Jeffries gone?  Only a small comment.
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  1. Russell379
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    Posted 06/16/2013 5:44 PM

    We take either CJ or Pope with the 10th pick, grab Brandon Paul from Illinois in the second rd.  Use the other 2 picks in trades for depth or a pick next year.

    Then in Free Agency we pick up Branden Wright from Dallas, Chase Budinger from Minnesota, and Jermaine O'neal from Phoenix to round out the bench.

    Starters:

    LA, Dame, Batum, Wes, Branden Wright

    Bench:

    Maynor, Pope/CJ, Brandon Paul, Myers, Budinger, O'neal

     

    What do you think?

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  1. Siccolo
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    Posted 06/16/2013 6:12 PM

    Cool Russell. I like Wright, don't think he will be too bad as a starting center... Also with Oneil and Meyers... very interesting idea..

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  1. Mistafab322
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    Posted 06/16/2013 11:48 PM

    brandon wright ? are you serious , wow if you think he can play full time center you really needa stop talking basketball foreal .

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  1. Cailin Pietersen
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    Posted 06/17/2013 5:10 AM

    Well if we do get wright, we are still without a legit defensive presence in the low post. I think a cheap pick up in Chris Wilcox and Oneal will be helpful. Meyers will be starter-ready by next season. For now he still has a few other things to fix in his game. In terms of a bench, we should try to pick up Budinger and pull off a move for a guy who can stretch the floor at the PF spot. Zeller would be great, but I still want McCollum so our chances of getting Zeller are a little slim if that happens. Kostas P might just be the guy to get. He's already a pro out there in Europe and that will alleviate some of the rookie problems that guys sometimes have.


    Budinger, Zeller, McCollum, Oneal and Kostas are my summer targets. I doubt we can pull off above for a major Free agent this year so we need to get guys who will be a better supporting cast than hat we have now.

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  1. BLASER
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    Posted 06/17/2013 6:09 AM

    Posted By DJ48 on 06/12/2013 11:45 AM

    I think we should keep our core 4. Will Barton from what it looks like from the end of year could be taking over the 6th man position or even the starting sg position. Either way it's a win for us as we get a high caliber scorer and rebounder for a sg as a back up or a gritty defender who can shoot the ball, who is developing his inside game around the rim as well. If will comes into his own I don't think we need another guard just resign maynor. Draft zeller and place him as the back up pf. Trade claver and freeland to the mavericks along with two of our second rounders for Marion and the 13th pick. Take Alex Len or dieng with the 13th, and a sg with the second rounder. Sign o'neal and make him a back up behind Leonard. I believe Leonard will be ready come pre season and most likely summer leagues if Portland has him attend. If he is not ready o'neal can easily start. 

    lillard/maynor

    wes/barton/2nd rounder

    batum/marion

    LA/zeller

    Leonard/o'neal/Alex Len or dieng

    o'neal should just use his time on our roster mentoring our two younger centers whoever it may be. Meyers defiantly looks more offensively polished than Alex Len does but Len looks like the better defender unless the weight Meyers is putting on helps him against players like gasoline and Dwight. O'neal seems like the cheap fix for the center issues which can put us in the playoffs this year and the years after that. 

    no to either len or dieng .... len looks like he could be an al jefferson type of c slow, can score with his back to the basket, can bang, but his defense could be a little iffy taking a chance on him would be a whole lot better then dieng who has probably already reached his cieling or is close to reaching it and will probably just be an nba nobody if he even makes it in the nba 

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  1. Siccolo
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    Posted 06/17/2013 10:20 AM

    Brendan Wright would be a good big to have though. He can play the 4-5, blocks shots, and posted a high PER last season.

    I think were going to have to go with Caitlins plan this offseason. Probably acquire some good assets and build a good core. Then go after a star/center later on.

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  1. commontongue
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    Posted 06/17/2013 9:26 PM

    Wright is garbage. Center to me means BEAST.
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  1. Simpson
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    Posted 06/17/2013 9:34 PM

    @ Cailin, I've been an advocate for Meyers all along; he's already added some good bulk here in the offseason but I don't think he's ready to start for us yet.  From around the All-Star break on, I think Meyers will be ready to b our starter (& IF he's not, he'll @ least b to the point where he can handle/needs a greater ratcheting up of his minutes); watch out for this dude in his 3rd season folks! :)

     

    @ Mistafab322, I've been callin' for bringin' in Brandan Wright for a while.  Chances r u r right about Wright & he can't play full time @ the 5; THIS IS ACTUALLY A GOOD THING (& I've said essentially the same thing a long time ago ;)  IF Wright joins us & we come to find out that the ceiling on his motor is/will never b anything close to a full 48... I WILL B HAPPY AND THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT WE WANTED/NEEDED :)  Why u ask?  Well, here's where we get back 2 Meyers; I STRONGLY  believe/have believed that he IS OUR center of the future (the 1 we've been looking for that CAN block shots, run the floor, protect the paint, & CAN occasionally score) & IF we were to bring in a center that was super awesome... Meyers would get no minutes, his growth/learning would b stunted severely, & why then w/ all that, would we even keep Meyers around?  Even IF Meyers didn't become our starter @ the 5, he'll still become too good to let rot on the pine (sorta like Mosgov situation).  Also (I said this b4 2 ;), what IF Brandan HASN'T hit his ceiling?  What IF all of the sudden Brendan CAN play close to 48min. a game & increases his skills?  IF Brendan COULD answer these questions w/ yeses, he'd EASILY b worth what it will take to get him (his last contract for Dal was $992,680/yr.; I'd sign him to a 4yr. deal for ~$3-4million/yr.) & we could trade away Meyers to upgrade/acquire more assets.  Again, I think we know what's the worst to expect w/ Wright (a guy who can give you good play/stats for ~1/2 the game); I'd b willing to give him the $ I said to find out if he's the guy we think he is OR better! :)

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  1. Simpson
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    Posted 06/17/2013 9:41 PM

    @ commontongue, Braden's stats r deceptive; he turned a corner in 2013 (in a good way ;)  I actually watched quite a bit of Dal./Wright this last season; look @ the last 2 months of 2013 w/ his stats.  Stats w/ him, still don't tell u the whole story; I used me eyes & he passes the eye test.  Which ever team picks him up AND USES HIM PROPERLY will have gotten a steal; he should b able to b had for pretty cheap; my estimate would b it'll take ~$3-4million/yr. to get him.
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  1. Russell379
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    Posted 06/18/2013 12:27 AM

    @Simpson- Good stat pulls on Wright, I do not think he is a long term solution at center but realistic and cheap with a lot to prove. Our starters with the exception of center are legit and young, let them grow together and gel and help them get to the promise land with some solid role players that we can afford and that are realistic! Just maybe we could have a TEAM again. I just don't want to spend all our money on a big name free agent that we over pay for and who is not hungry to over achieve. Wright is dying to prove himself with consistent minutes, Budinger wants to prove he is back healthy, O'neal just wants to finish his career as a Blazer (good mentor).

    I want guys who want to be here and have something to prove. AKA: Hungry and Cheap!

     

    Mistafab322 what would your idea for the center position be this off season then if not Wright?

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  1. BLASER
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    Posted 06/18/2013 1:08 AM

    CJ looks like à legit scorer but his 2.3 apg screams sg in a pgs body plus I thought having a play maker at the end of the season to allow lillard to play off the ball in more of a scoring role was effective I'd resign maynor or check out free agency for a pass first back up plus mccollum if he moved over to sg would take minutes from both e will depending on if we keep him and he stays healthy and will Barton who looked like he could be a great 6th man at the end of the season anyways honestly if we want depth I'd go with kcp who plays at our second weakest position right now anyways
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  1. Siccolo
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    Posted 06/18/2013 10:42 AM

    Well Damian played 2 more minutes at Weber and avg only 4 ast.... I wouldnt be mad if we drafted CJ because he might be a mid major star lol... but I would trade him because his value would be CRAZY high

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  1. RipCity 14
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    Posted 06/18/2013 12:00 PM

    Hey, which big man is better defensively? Steven Adams or Adam Len? Also, why aren't people here raving about Mike Muscala in the second round? 18.7 pts, 11.1 reb, 2.3 asts, 2.4 blocks. I don't know much about the guy, but why isn't he a first rounder?

    I am a fan of Raymond Felton. Haha, seriously though I'm a fan of Batum's Lobs and JJ's Slams.
  1. Siccolo
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    Posted 06/18/2013 3:09 PM

    Muscala has been slipping in to the first in some mocks. I heard the dude won like MVP, and DPOY in his conferenceor whatever

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  1. RipCity 14
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    Posted 06/18/2013 4:12 PM

    Not DPOY. All American. Player of the year in his conference twice. Past four years, McCollum, Muscala, McCollum, Muscala.

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  1. Siccolo
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    Posted 06/19/2013 10:21 AM

    Dayum


    Yo, all signs are pointing to McCollum being the next mid major star out this draft....

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  1. nrcamp87
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    Posted 06/24/2013 2:54 PM

    Absolutely agree. Not to downplay their work ethic or talent, but Freeland and Claver have no real role for Portland other than taking up space. That being said, they are also not very marketable to say the least. Getting anything other then board crashers would be pointless if Portland is to consider a swap.

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  1. Scott Chirgwin
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    Posted 06/25/2013 4:10 PM


    Portland trades Batum and the number 10 pick for Verejao and the number 1 pick. Blazers get: 2 million in cap space, a double/double player who creates for himself, and much needed defensive toughness and hustle. The Cavs get: A much needed SF who can spread the floor, play D, and is ready to complete at a championship level.

    With the extra cap space Portland goes out and signs an All-Star caliber player like Andre Iguodala who will bring veteran leadership, as well as fill the stat sheet. Re-sign JJ Hickson if the price is right.

    Finally with the 1st overall pick Portland can take Ben Maclemore or Otto Porter who are both plug and play NBA athletes and have ROY potential. But definitely not draft any centers (Portland is notoriously poor at).

    Starting 5: Lillard / Igoudala / Porter / Aldridge / Verejao with Mathews taking the 6th man role.

    Alt Starting 5 lillard / maclemore / igoudala / Aldridge / Verejao with mathews at 6 man.

    or

    Just spend the money and get Al Jefferson and keep everything else.



  1. Blazersfan1234
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    Posted 06/25/2013 5:34 PM

    I noticed that Gerald Henderson will be a RFA.....what would you guys think of giving him an offer sheet?


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  1. RipCity 14
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    Posted 06/25/2013 6:48 PM

    Scott, if you meant Anderson Varejao would bring defence and toughness, you are tripping. One of the worst defenders in the league. And we don't need the #1 pick to get a good defender. We can easily get Steven Adams at 10.

    I am a fan of Raymond Felton. Haha, seriously though I'm a fan of Batum's Lobs and JJ's Slams.
  1. Siccolo
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    Posted 06/25/2013 8:24 PM

    What about Micheal Carter-Williams I think this dude will be very good and if he is at 10 (doubtful) he will probably be BPA.


    If we draft him then we can say goodbye to Maynor, which would suck, but we would have a room exception worth 2.5 million.


    Grabbing MCW would be a great guard to have since he can play 1-2. I would probably sign another guard to help score because Carter-Williams isn't there yet on the offensive end. I'm thinking Gary Neal or Wayne Ellington. 


    If McCollum, KCP, or MCW is off the board I would trade the pick. There is LOADS of talent in the second round this draft.


    Grabbing a center would be difficult. Restricted centers are hard to obtain and Dwight isn't coming here. The center we can acquire are mediocre. Trading is the best route to get a center but 10th pick is our best asset outside of core players. Al Jefferson might be our best option here. He would look great here! NO one could stop us lol


    Lets get it Olshey!

     

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  1. BLASER
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    Posted 06/25/2013 8:55 PM

    al jefferson woud give us a huge inside presence on the offensive side but aldridge would have to be willing to help him on the defensive side
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  1. Cailin Pietersen
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    Posted 06/25/2013 9:25 PM

    I don't know what you guys think but what about trying to get a sign and trade with Hickson to New York. We could demand Tyson Chandler. Hickson, Freeland and 2 second rounders for Chandler is a fair return. The salaries just about work out if we can sign Hickson to around 9 million a year. 

    Again, this is just a suggestion. I quite like Chandler even though he pulled a major disappearing act in the playoffs against Indiana. He would be a great anchor for our defense and will be a good tutor for Leonard. We could use Claver as a PF when chandler is on the floor and we can sign a veteran PF to be a genuine backup to LMA. The10th pick could be used to draft KCP or MCW or preferably to get CJ McCollum. 

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  1. Scott Chirgwin
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    Posted 06/25/2013 10:37 PM

    You want portland to draft another center? Lets see Bowie over Jordan, Oden over Durant....Yeah thats worked well for us in the past. 

    Anderson Varejao brings a ton of energy (work ethic) and is a scrappy defender, it may not directly translate into blocked shots or steals but it leads to frustration and errors by the opposing offense, more of an intangible style. Varejao is also a veteran player who knows the NBA, Why would we draft another Rookie center who wont be NBA ready for another 2 years? We also need a rebounder which the stats will support in Varejao.

    Anyway, just throwing draft/trade ideas around. I don't really think that the Cavs will give up the number 1 overall pick

  1. RipCity 14
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    Posted 06/26/2013 3:30 AM

    Dude, Varejao is not scrappy. He just moves a lot and looks like he's having a seizure. One of the best rebounders, but HORRIBLE defensively. Pretty sure he was the worst defender last year behind Jordan Hill and David Lee giving up 54.2 FG% in the paint.

    I am a fan of Raymond Felton. Haha, seriously though I'm a fan of Batum's Lobs and JJ's Slams.
  1. Cailin Pietersen
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    Posted 06/26/2013 10:37 AM

    We cannot afford to have another season with a rookie Center who has no real veteran to back him up. Oden was the best Center at the time and he was just really unlucky with the injuries and he was too immature to deal with that adversity. Leonard needs a veteran big who will help him on the court and make him work harder off it. A high character guy. Chandler is a big man who got great reviews in Dallas and in New York. If we are going after anyone, we should swing for the fences to get him. 


    In terms of the draft, we need a young guy to give us fresh legs and shooting off the bench. And a guy who can handle the ball!!! Wes is a good shooter, but he can't attack off the dribble. KCP and CJ McCollum are better prospects at SG than Barton. If we can move up somehow and get MCW I'll be over the moon. A big point guard who can use his length to guard SG and bother guys like Westbrook and Parker. Lillard will also have a better ball handler to play off on some trips down the floor.

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  1. BLASER
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    Posted 06/26/2013 12:27 PM

    well mcw looks like he could be a legit pass first gaurd can't see him going before the 10th pick though unless detroit takes a chance on him if cj is off the board
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  1. Siccolo
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    Posted 06/26/2013 1:17 PM

    Sacremento I think will look real hard at MCW. If he gets past them and Pistons then hes ours. Hopefully we take him if he's on the board.

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  1. sug81
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    Posted 06/26/2013 7:27 PM

    Daaaaaaang its been a while haha, I just saw that LA for Deng AND Noah proposed deal on bleacher report, that would be crazy if that could happen, then we could also resign Hickson as our starting 4 if we had enough cap, start Nic at the two and Deng at the three and have Wes off our bench. Opinions?

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  1. commontongue
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    Posted 06/26/2013 7:50 PM

    Wes off the bench sounds real good. Batum at the 2 spot on the otherhand only makes sense if he has better ball handling skills and at his size that means getting down low with the dribble,or he's going to get pick pocketed alot.

    I still think we should package that greek kid and a future pick or two and see what dividends that would pay.

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  1. sug81
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    Posted 06/26/2013 7:54 PM

    Or we could bring Nic off the bench if he'd take the sacrifice.

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  1. commontongue
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    Posted 06/26/2013 8:00 PM

    Either one, Nic or Wesley, coming off the bench gives us a punch off the bench thats sorely needed. Id rather Wesley because he's more of a selfless kind of guy. Leonard always benefited when he was on the floor with Wesley. Unlike alot of other bigs, Leonard isnt an offensive liability when he's on the floor late in games because he can make his freethrows. Cant wait to see what he's added to his game during this off season other than size.
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  1. sug81
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    Posted 06/26/2013 8:05 PM

    We could also potentially go small ball and play wes and nic then deng at the 4 and bring JJ off the bench and sign a guy like Nate Robinson if the pricing worked.

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  1. commontongue
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    Posted 06/26/2013 8:11 PM

    Id rather have Gerald Henderson than Nate.
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  1. commontongue
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    Posted 06/26/2013 8:16 PM

    http://youtu.be/rMbYW1lg8JY
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  1. Simpson
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    Posted 06/26/2013 10:04 PM

    @ commontongue, I'll take neither; both r wrong for Portland.  The vid ^ u posted is fool's gold; Henderson never plays like this, he's streaky.  Henderson is a player that is @ the top of his "ability" & that ceiling just isn't good enough.  His last contract paid him ~$3mil/yr.; he'll want more & I think he's worth ~$2mill/yr. max. but I would only sign him for that IF I had no other choices (there r many other choices & they will cost only a little more BUT they ARE worth it i.e. Corey Brewer ;)
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  1. sug81
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    Posted 06/26/2013 10:18 PM

    How do you guys not want Nate, that's actually crazy to me.

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  1. Siccolo
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    Posted 06/26/2013 10:26 PM

    No way Chicago does Deng and Noah for Lamarcus. Someone needs to post all these rumors and make them threads. Just like Blazeredge does but I would like to hear your guys opinons because BE is overpopulated lol

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    P.S. Would anybody happen to have a...

  4. Blazers quiz

    Started by cm_flippin on 04/02/14 at 10:49 PM

    There are many questions and you don''t have to register, you can continue as a guest. Didn''t know about Sporcle though, thanks.

  5. Free Agency 2014 + Aldridge's Comments

    Started by NickPitherUK on 02/18/14 at 6:57 AM

    We won''t have the cap space to sign any of those guys
  6. What happened

    Started by benh7777 on 02/12/14 at 10:22 PM

     

    The Blazers were winning!  That is the key word, were.  Blazers are living proof that you can live and die by the jumper.  Lately it has been dying.

     

    Thank God they are 19 games over 500.  Mayb...

  7. Spencer hawes

    Started by jamsmashers on 02/13/14 at 1:03 PM

    Hawes will be a hot commodity by the trade deadline, I would think the sixers could find a better offer.

    However, I do believe Mo Williams could have somewhat of  a high trade value. Olshey needs to make a deal to get a big man while we...

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