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CJ McCollum makes case for raising NBA age limit to 21

Portland Trail Blazers guard and SiriusXM NBA Radio host C.J. McCollum was the first senior taken in the 2013 NBA Draft at No. 10 overall, and one of just three taken in the first round of the draft ( 346 more words


Area highlights for Thursday, Oct. 23

Lakers top Trail Blazers in preseason game Wednesday

ONTARIO, Calif. – Rookie Julius Randle scored 11 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter, and Jeremy Lin added 13 points in the Los Angeles Lakers’ 94-86 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers in a preseason game Wednesday night. 1,700 more words


Western Conference Playoffs. 7 Seed: Portland Trail Blazers

Last year was a pretty special year for Portland. This offseason, they didn’t lose anyone, and they added two solid bench players, so why the drop to the 7 seed? 437 more words


Portland Trail Blazers 2014-15 Preview

On Monday, I kicked off CelticsBlog‘s 2014-15 NBA team preview series, beginning with the Chicago Bulls and Denver Nuggets. Tuesday took care of the… 441 more words


Las Vegas Summer League 2014: Day 8 - Julius Randle takes over late, Wolves put something together, Malcolm Thomas carries Utah

Eric Griffin got himself a contract with the Mavs and didn’t wait long to show his appreciation.  He made 9 of 13 shots, finishing his Las Vegas Summer League with 20 points for Dallas in a big win over Phoenix.   413 more words


CJ sits down with the deputy commish

There have been a lot of personnel changes at NBA headquarters, most notably Adam Silver being promoted to NBA Commissioner. So who filled in his spot as NBA deputy commissioner, and what exactly does that job entail? 1,055 more words

Adam Silver: LeBron James 'created something special' in Miami

Adam Silver has made what appears to be an annual tradition of having a Draft Day interview with Trail Blazers guard CJ McCollum. This year he spoke with the second-year player to talk about LeBron James, his first year as the Commissioner, the Draft and his response to Donald Sterling. 317 more words