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Weekend Recap: Monday Morning Links

The Seattle Seahawks are world champions for the first time in franchise history. They defeated the Denver Broncos 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII. It was an all-around win, with the Seahawks scoring on defense, offense and special teams before the Broncos even got on the board. Linebacker Malcolm Smith was named MVP, leading the defense […]

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Nike Unveils New Oregon Duck Basketball Throwback Jerseys

The Ducks have gotten another Nike makeover. But this time it’s focused on the hardwood as opposed the gridiron. And the University of Oregon is just one of seven schools getting the throwback treatment. Joining the Ducks with new Nike Hyper Elite 2014 jerseys are Michigan State, Ohio State, Duke, Kentucky, Syracuse and North Carolina. […]


Weekend Recap: Monday Morning Links

The Winterhawks are cruising through a 7-game win streak. Oliver Bjorkstrand had a hat trick that cemented their 6-1 victory over Everett Sunday. Evertt had many chances to make it a fight with six power plays but Portland held them scoreless on every one. They remain the U.S. Divisional leader in the Western Conference with […]

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Meet the Portland Trail Blazers

This is the first installment of our series “Introducing Portland’s Sports Teams,” where we introduce you to every professional, semi-professional and college sports program in Portland. Who are the Portland Trail Blazers? Founded in 1970, the Blazers are members of the National Basketball Association. They play in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference. The […]


NBA and Portland Trail Blazers Midseason Awards

Basketball media members love giving out midseason awards. I have always felt like they are similar to midterm report cards in school; they can either make your day or ruin your mood but at the end of the day, they don’t mean much. With the start the Portland Trail Blazers have had this season, a […]


Oregon Ducks Basketball Team is Flying Foul

Oregon Ducks men’s basketball continues to struggle after losing their fourth game in a row. It is hard to remember that just a few short weeks ago the Ducks were 13-0 and #10 in the country. Some—well, I did—even said they would win the Pac-12. That is still a possibility simply because they have not […]


Trail Blazers Sailing High but Trade Deadline Looks Grim

Not even the most devoted Portland Trail Blazers fanatics could have foreseen what this season has wrought in the Rose City. Damian Lillard continues to improve as a scorer, Nicolas Batum and Wesley Matthews are playing up to their potential, the bench moves by GM Neil Olshey have all worked out well, and LaMarcus Aldridge […]


Weekend Recap: Monday Morning Links

For the second time in franchise history the Seahawks are going to the Super Bowl. The Hawks defeated the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship 20-17. Marshawn Lynch and his 100-yard game, along with the defense that caused 3 San Francisco turnovers in the 4th quarter, pushed the team to New York for Super […]


LaMarcus Aldridge is a Legit MVP Candidate

You could visit any number of NBA arenas across the country, and given the night, the fans of their home team will inevitably start chanting “MVP! MVP!” for their star player, regardless of said players actual season standing. This practice among fans has become commonplace since Kobe Bryant received MVP chants at Madison Square Garden […]


Are the Trail Blazers a Legitimate Contender To Win the West?

With nearly half of the NBA season behind us, we’re safe declaring the Portland Trail Blazers a legitimate contender. Before the season the Blazers were forecast by the Vegas odds makers to finish in the neighborhood of 38 wins. Yet even after stumbling through a 4-4 stretch over the last two weeks, the Blazers are […]