Blazers Taking the League by Storm

Wow, what a start Portland has gotten off to. At 10-2, they find themselves with the third best record in the NBA. They are only a half of a game back from the top record, held by both the San Antonio Spurs and Indiana Pacers (10-1). As Portland has crept up a lot of NBA […]


Lights, Camera, Action for Trail Blazers

The stage is set, the roster has been cut down to 15 and basketball season is here. In less than a week, the Portland Trail Blazers take the court in Phoenix to kick off the new campaign. During the preseason there have been clear improvements when it comes to the branch depth and defense. The […]


Meet Brian Wheeler: Voice of the Blazers

In May of this year, Portland Trail Blazers radio play-by-play announcer Brian Wheeler visited Oregon State University and did a Q&A with OSU student media. Wheeler answered questions and talked for an hour. He was mesmerizing. As every Blazers fan knows, Wheeler is a supremely gifted broadcaster. His commentary jumps out of the radio and […]


What Memorial Coliseum Means to Me recently posted a link to John Canzano’s article about tearing down the Memorial Coliseum. I’m sure we all have our individual feelings, and my first reaction was NO. It’s a place with so much history, and has deep roots in Portland. Our only major championship was won there and it is a beautiful place. […]


Moda Center Unveils New Logos & Branding

The Moda Center has released its official logos in conjunction with Rip City Management and the Portland Trail Blazers, created by Portland-based experience design and innovation firm, Ziba. “We wanted to make sure we went through a thorough design process with the creation of the Moda Center logos,” said Chris McGowan, President & CEO of […]


Portland’s Problem: Memorial Coliseum

John Canzano finally hit the nail right on the head in his latest column for OregonLive: It’s time to get rid of Memorial Coliseum: Nobody will ever regularly attend anything other than, maybe, a Winterhawks game in that building unless its converted into something more practical. This is the same venue that once sold out […]


Where Does Mo Williams Fit Within The Portland Trail Blazers?

Written by Written by Garrett Thornton | This article originally appeared on The Portland Trail Blazers have had a very active offseason, an offseason that has included trades, the NBA Draft, free agent signings and a renamed stadium. Some of these moves and changes have been more publicized than others. One that I feel […]


Blazers Rename Rose Garden: Moda Center

The Blazers announced Tuesday that the Rose Garden will be renamed to the Moda Center. Team President and CEO Chris McGowan announced the news in a morning press conference at the arena. “The Rose Garden put us on the map,” McGowan said. “The Moda Center’s going to take us into the future.” McGowan continued that […]


Grading the Blazers’ Summer Moves

Written by Kevin Phuong | This article originally appeard on Thus far, the Portland Trail Blazers’ front office has been surprisingly active this offseason. General Manager Neil Olshey has striven to address the biggest concern from last season: the glaring lack of depth in the Blazers’ roster. Portland had the worst bench in the […]


Who the Blazers Need to Draft this June

The Draft is my Christmas In June, which fits, as it is always the Thursday that is 6 months after Christmas. I love projecting players, discussing who will be good, and who will be a bust. Mostly, I just love discussing who I want to be a Blazer, and who I do not. I am […]