Trail Blazers Turnaround Fantastic Yet Worrying

If you follow the NBA, and have not been living under a rock for the last month and a half, you may notice that Portland, not San Antonio and not Oklahoma City, rules the roost in the Western Conference. With last night’s heart stopping, last-second overtime win, the Blazers are 21-4, their best start since […]

Portland State vs University of Portland

Vikings and Pilots Clash for City Supremacy this Saturday

It will be a cross-town clash on Saturday night when the Portland State Vikings host the Portland Pilots in men’s basketball. Both teams bring winning records to the 51st all-time meeting for city basketball supremacy. The Vikings (4-2) and the Pilots (5-3) will tip-off in a 7:05 p.m. game at the Peter W. Stott Center. […]


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 […]


Hot Dog Eating Champ Kobayashi Hits PSU

Competitive Eating Champion Kobayashi is coming to the Stott Center this weekend to Get Stuffed at the Portland State Basketball Tournament. Kobayashi is a six-time Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Champion, consuming as many as 53 hot dogs in 12 minutes. On Friday, there will be a hot dog eating contest among Portland State students […]


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 […]


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. […]


Bridgetown Classic: Champions & Brackets

The first annual Bridgetown Classic is in the books. With much more fan support than we originally anticipated, the day was indeed a success! There were players from all over the Northwest who covered the age spectrum from 4th grade to 50 years old. While the men’s open division held the most teams (12), the […]


New Portland 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament Coming Aug. 17

With no Blazers Street Jam in two years, the Rose City is in dire need of a new 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Enter the Bridgetown Classic. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP! The Pacific Northwest is a hotbed of 3-on-3 outdoor basketball. Just six hours away, Spokane holds the largest tournament on earth […]

Jeffry Lamb

Simply Obsessed: Jeffry Lamb

Think you’re a super fan? Guess again. Not too many people can say they’re named after the first player their favorite sports team acquired – or had season tickets to that team since before they were even born. Jeffry Lamb, 28, isn’t your average basketball fan. He was named after the Blazers’ first round draft […]