Almost Live: Heat at Blazers (Heat Fan Edition)


hello cyber world. testing testing hopefully this works. trevor solomon here a big miami heat fan from the seikaly pearl washington days till the championship (thanks dwayne) and to even last year when we were really close and lost out. this year feels like a mission i tell you 8 straight wins, a broken nose, and very nice lead in the east i think our heat is looking good. ok starting lineups. heats ...   More
Thursday, March 1, 2012 Trevor Solomon

I Am Legend

A larger-than-life Blazer legend stops by to say goodbye.

Arvydas Sabonis, who entered the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., on Aug. 11, might be the best-loved Portland Trail Blazer of all time. Sure, Bill Walton won the te   More
Wednesday, August 17, 2011 CASEY JARMAN

A Second Must-See Sports Video

Concordia game winner

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011 HANK STERN

Bruce of the Day: Thursday, Feb. 10

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Thursday, February 10, 2011 Bruce

Almost Live: Hornets at Blazers

First, let me explain this week's comic. It's very high-concept. Okay, I'm lying. It's not high-concept at all, just low-effort. I have been too hungover from turkey and gravy and other meat-related items to actually craft a worthy cartoon. So my next one—looks like next Sunday against Blake Griffin (who looks, when he is really concentrating, like an oversized kitten grabbing for a shoelace) ...   More
Friday, November 26, 2010 CASEY JARMAN

Portland State Basketball Unwraps a Big Win Against Gonzaga

We know most Portland basketball fans are obsessed with the Trail Blazers. But share a little hoops love this Christmas for the Portland State men's basketball team. Christmas came early last night for the Vikings when unranked PSU beat seventh-ranked Gonzaga 77-70. Led by the little man with the big shot, 5'6'' guard, Jeremiah Dominguez, the Viks held the Zags to 42 percent shooting, ...   More
Wednesday, December 24, 2008 Dan Green

6A High School Basketball Championships Return To Portland

The state basketball championships for Oregon boys and girls at the 6A level are coming back to Portland. The Oregon School Activities Association today announced a new agreement with the Rose Quarter replacing the multi-sport agreement with the University of Oregon that moved the tournament from Portland to Eugene in 2004. The final 6A teams, eight boys and eight girls, will compete in the ...   More
Monday, June 29, 2009 Allison Ferre


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