2019-2020 NBA Season: Will it Resume and Will Blazers Make Playoffs?

Not only has the novel coronavirus hit the world’s social life like a ton of bricks, but it’s also wholly murdered sports. Thanks, SARS COV-2. The NBA was cut short. The decision came through on March 11 after Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19. I was out of town, sitting on the couch, patiently waiting […]


Meet The Man Behind #DAME4MVP

Remember when Damian Lillard drained that 3-pointer in 2014? You know, that 3-pointer to beat the Houston Rockets and move the Blazers into the second round of the playoffs? That’s when Joel Gunselman recognized the magic in Rip City. Shortly after, the 27-year-old lifelong fan from Lebanon created a social media campaign: “#DAME4MVP“. “The response […]


From The Court To Cannabis, Antonio Harvey Shifts Focus To Family And The Farm

The transition game always suited Antonio Harvey throughout his career on the court, so last June after Harvey received the unfortunate news that his radio broadcasting position with the Portland Trail Blazers was being eliminated, it took him only a matter of minutes to realize this was not only best for business for the Blazers, […]


From Barbershops To The Blazers, Terrell Brandon Still On Point In Portland

About six years ago, I really thought Terrell Brandon was going to stand me up along with freelance (I still owe you, Pat) photographer, Patrick Ulch. I was living in Portland at the time and working as a freelance writer with 2 and had pitched my editor the angle of sitting down with Brandon […]


SLAM Interview With Brandon Roy: Moving On From The NBA And Into Coaching High School

Nice work here by Franklyn Calle in the interview with Brandon Roy running now over at SLAM/SLAMOnline Roy opens up to share about how he has adjusted to life after the NBA and moving into coaching, now by running the program at Seattle’s Nathan Hale High School (who went 3-18 last season). At the end […]