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Report: Hawks made pitch to talk to Blazers' GM OIshey for their job, got shot down

Portland’s Neil Olshey is one of the more respected and aggressive team president/GMs around the league. When Portland makes a move, rarely does it not have sound logic behind it (even if it doesn’t always pan out as hoped). 218 more words

Hawks

Portland's Allen Crabbe has surgery for "stress reaction" in foot

Allen Crabbe signed a four-year, $78.4 million contract last summer — Portland matched a Brooklyn offer sheet — and then went out and proceeded to be pretty pedestrian this season. 241 more words

Trail Blazers

Popcorn Granola

Happy May Day, everyone!

I’ve been doing a lot of baking recently and wanted to make some options that were a little more outside the box of the normal food stuffs, plus for those who have been eating more healthy this spring, this recipe is all natural, includes no added sugar, and would fit in a real food necessity, which meets the needs for some of my friends.   86 more words

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Should the Trail Blazers go after Pacers star Paul George? CJ McCollum says yes

The Portland Trail Blazers need to do something drastic this offseason. Fans in Oregon should be expecting something big with a roster of players prime for the trade market and three first round picks in GM Neil Olshey’s pocket for the 2017 NBA Draft. 588 more words

Pacers

Portland GM makes it official, Festus Ezeli will not be back with team next season

This season the Portland Trail Blazers found their center of the future (and the present) in Jusuf Nurkic.

Which makes the next step fairly obvious: Portland will not pick up the option on Festus Ezeli for next season, GM Neil Olshay confirmed at the team exit meetings Tuesday. 121 more words

Trail Blazers

The Jump Ball Podcast Episode 26 with Jared Dubin

Jared Dubin (@JADubin5) joined me to talk the NBA playoffs. We answered questions like, Who has the better future, Indiana or Portland? Is Milwaukee’s playoff run coming to an end? 23 more words

NBA

Warriors put up historic 45 in first quarter on way to 128-103 Game 4 rout, sweep of Blazers

This game was never in doubt. Much like the entire first-round series.

Golden State had Kevin Durant back and he hit a pull-up three to open the game, and pretty soon the Warriors had stretched the lead to 12-0 on a Klay Thompson three (and eventually were up 14-0). 267 more words

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