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Trailblazers Should Make Move For Ray Felton

Sunday, February 20th, 2011

If I’m Cho and I’m running the show in Portland (pardon the pun), I’m working hard today to put my hands into the rumored Knicks-Nuggets trade that sends Ray Felton to Denver. Why? Because, as much as I like Andre Miller (and I’m speaking as a student of the game and as Blazer’s management), he’s old. He’s as good as he’s ever going to be. Felton? He’s only going to get better.

Raymond Felton is a good passer, a decent defender, and a better shooter than Miller, and therefore he’s a better running mate for Brandon Roy. He’s also younger, so he’ll have a chance to develop chemistry with Portland’s new franchise player LaMarcus Aldridge.

In other words, Felton is a better fit than Miller.

In my opinion, Denver will be open to trading Felton right away because: (more…)

Nuggets Blazers October 29, 2009 Game Recap

Friday, October 30th, 2009

If you’re looking for a full recap of the game, both Bust a Bucket and The Nugg Doctor have done a nice job of breaking down last night’s game from each fan perspective.

Here are some thoughts I have about the game that I haven’t seen mentioned:

1. McMillan needs to resolve the PG question. I believe McMillan yanked Andre Miller at about the 6 min mark in the 4th quarter last night. Blake wasn’t playing nearly as well as Miller last night, and when Dre sat down the look on his face said it all. McMillan recognized his mistake at about 3 mins, but by then Blake had thrown a nasty turn-over. I recognize that it’s early, but I see this being a source of concern in Portland.

Miller is the better player, and the fact that McMillan isn’t starting him could upset team chemistry. Or it might not. As I said, it’s a concern in my mind.

2. Denver needs (more…)

ODENwokandi? OlowODEN? The Similarites Are Scary.

Wednesday, September 12th, 2007

Greg Oden ManchildMichael Olowokandi Kandi ManAround NBA draft time, circa 1998, Michael Olowokandi “The Kandi Man” was often described as a “supremely gifted athlete in a 7 footer’s body”. Fast forward nearly 10 years to NBA draft time 2007, and you hear Steve Kerr describe Greg Oden as a “once-in-a-decade player.” Today, Greg Oden is scheduled to undergo exploratory surgery. While it’s anyone’s guess what the result will be, it’s easy for some to imagine Oden’s career tumbling into the same abyss that Olowokandi fell into. (more…)

No Blood No Foul Launched!

Thursday, August 16th, 2007

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