What else does Damian Lillard have to say or do to convince Portland Trail Blazers fans that he's happy right where he's at? I know that I'm about to ask t...
by: Dave Deckard — SB Nation: Blazersedge 18 Jul
Dumping deals you don’t want anymore isn’t that easy.
by: Rob Mahoney July 12, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 12 Jul
One-year contracts have been the theme of this year's free-agency period. With a star-studded class set to join the market in 2019, teams and players are both seeking short-term deals to get what they want.
by: Kurt Helin — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 11 Jul
The elite defensive wing is one of the few quality free agents still on the market.
by: Dane Carbaugh — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 11 Jul
BRI has jumped thanks to TV deals for the NBA, so this is a natural move.
by: coachspo — Hoops Provider 10 Jul
Pure Sweat Basketball and Drew Hanlan are the saviors of the offseason. These workout videos of our favorite NBA stars (or soon-to-be stars) are what [...]
by: Dan Feldman — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 9 Jul
Dallas loading up on point guards
by: Nate Mann — Fansided: The Rip City Project 7 Jul
The Portland Trail Blazers officially re-signed Jusuf Nurkic to a four-year, $48 million deal on Friday night. After losing Ed Davis, re-signing Nurkic was...
by: Ben Golliver July 07, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 7 Jul
After mucking up his books with big-dollar deals for in recent years, Trail Blazers president Neil Olshey threaded the needle with Jusuf Nurkic's extension.
by: Nate Mann — Fansided: The Rip City Project 6 Jul
Alongisde Terry Stotts, Seth Curry and Nik Stauskas, Neil Olshey explained the thought process behind the Portland Trail Blazers' summer moves so far. The ...
by: Casey Mabbott — The Sports Daily: Oregon Sports News 6 Jul
Doing some quick math, the Blazers were not willing to pay $150K to keep Davis, and thats assuming he would not have accepted less. But not Portland. What is the team doing?