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After an off-season filled with uncertainty due to injuries and trading rumors, it’s now safe to say that Portland Trail Blazers tickets are a must-have for any NBA fans. With recent trade deals bringing in a mixture of fresh talent and proven NBA veterans, it’s a safe bet that the 2014 Trail Blazers definitely have what it takes to make it to the playoffs.
Portland Trail Blazers 2014 Tickets – They Have What It Takes
Don’t miss out on a Trail Blazers team that’s been built to make a deep run into the post-season. As a well-oiled machine that’s stacked at every position and the ability to wear teams down during a shorter-than-normal season, the Trail Blazers certainly have what it takes to make it to the end. Get your Portland Trail Blazers tickets now so you won’t regret it later.
Portland Trailblazers Tickets – The Future on Hold
Portland Trailblazers tickets had it all going for them. The Blazers had just drafted Greg Oden, the 7-foot center out of Ohio State. Suddenly the city was filled with thoughts of Oden hitting the court with LaMarcus Aldridge and the blossoming Brandon Roy, fresh off a Rookie of the Year season. Yes sir, the Blazers would be a thing of beauty, young and full of talent, finally able to deal out the pain to Western Conference foes likeUtah andSan Antonio. Ending four years of playoff-less frustration was just around the corner. Then came the devastating news: Oden would have to undergo microfracture knee surgery and his season was gone. Trailblazers tickets take another beating.
Buck up – The Trailblazers Will Be Better
All is not gloom and doom in Portland. Yes, the loss of Oden was a major blow but let’s face it: The hype around any rookie will quickly dissolve as he goes through the hard knocks of learning the NBA game. Brandon Roy was an exception to the rule, but it’s Brandon Roy who’ll make the Blazers go until Oden gets on the court next year. Coming out of Washington,Royaveraged 16.8 points in his rookie campaign and handled point guard duties easily. The Trailblazers also signed Steve Blake to lend some experience to the guard position while Jarrett Jack and Taurean Green develop.
The loss of Oden means more work for LaMarcus Aldridge, the second overall pick in the 2006 NBA draft. Aldridge had a steady season in his first year and is expected to make bigger strides in the upcoming season. Channing Frye is the new face among the big men inPortland. Frye underperformed with the Knicks, but adding him in with Aldridge, Joel Przybilla, and Josh McRoberts givesPortlandgood depth.
Trailblazers Tickets Attack the Northwest
Yes, Portland Trailblazers tickets will be better in 2007-08. The Blazers have added talent and they’ll be sporting more experience. They face some tough competition in their division with Utahand Denverand even tougher competition in the Western Conference. Oden is the bright spot in their future. For now they’ll have to wage war without him and set their sights on winning another 10 games to make the playoffs.
Aldridge makes case as greatest Blazer ever
Staunton News Leader
When LaMarcus Aldridge was weighing his career options last summer, wondering how long the Portland Trail Blazers rebuild might take and if he might not be better off elsewhere, there was one thought about history and his place in it that kept his ...
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Blazers' defensive effort causing Rockets trouble
He's only scored 89 points to lead the Portland Trail Blazers to a 2-0 series advantage in their first round Western Conference playoff series against the Houston Rockets. Aldridge's has been nothing short of legendary, but something of importance that's been ...
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Blazers return home with a 2-0 advantage
Portland Trail Blazers' LaMarcus Aldridge (12) reacts after making a basket against the Houston Rockets during the third quarter in Game 2 of an opening-round NBA basketball playoff series Wednesday, April 23, 2014, in Houston. Portland won 112-105.
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. Houston Rockets Game 3 Preview
Howard opened the game with a dominant first half, feasting on Blazers center Robin Lopez in single-coverage and putting in 25 points, many of them on dunks. After half-time -- and with Portland coach Terry Stotts opting to guard Howard more often with ...
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Jamal Crawford drops Klay Thompson with crossover (GIF)
Apr 16, 2014; Portland, OR, USA; Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers speaks with Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford (11) during the fourth quarter of the game against the Portland Trail Blazers at the Moda Center. The Blazers won the ...
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