Damian Lillard

Over/Reasonable Reaction Recap – Game 1 – Thunder 89, Blazers 106

When I was a kid, I wrote a running diary about every game of the Portland Trail Blazers’ 1991-1992 campaign. Reading every recap was like reading how every game was either the best day of my life or the end of civilization. Rarely was I levelheaded unless I was running down the stat line of […]

LaMarcus Aldridge

And So Begins Another Portland Trail Blazers Journey …

It’s often said that every journey begins exactly the same. Whether it’s a triumphant Lord of the Rings-esque journey ending in untold riches and life affirming self-discovery, or it’s a Billy Bob’s fateful trip to the local mini-mart that ends in a botched robbery, police standoff and a once promising life now spent behind bars, […]

Denard Robinson

Fantasy Football Start And Sit – Week Nine

RECORD LAST WEEK: 15-5 OVERALL: 82-55-1 New Orleans at Carolina Start: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, CAR The Saints have the second worst pass defense, opening a terrific opportunity for Benjamin to cut loose. Sit: Brandin Cooks, WR, NO While his performance last week was encouraging, Brees spreads the ball around so much that relying on Cooks […]

AmandaBell

Invicta FC 9 Is This Weekend’s Main Event

This weekend Invicta FC will be setting up shop in Davenport, Iowa for Invicta FC 9. This will be the first time that Invicta has put on an event outside their home base of Kansas City, Missouri, so it should come as no surprise that matchmaker Julie Kedzie has put together such a solid card. […]

velopro1

Portland Cycling Coach Turns Entrepreneur

This column written by Mercy Strongheart of PortlandSports.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News In a city where it can be hard to go a day without seeing a homemade tall bike, a mini-bike parade with a boombox blasting ’80s hits, or a group of elite cyclists whizzing past you in branded clothing, it can […]

Paul Richardson ,Josh Norman

Seattle Seahawks – A Few Points To Ponder

This column written by Brian Nemhauser of HawkBlogger.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News Here are some Seattle Seahawks tidbits worth thinking about as the team nears the midpoint in the 2014 season. Despite Seattle’s slow start and Arizona’s fast start, Seattle still controls its own destiny. The Seahawks would own the tiebreaker over the Cardinals […]

MLS: Portland Timbers at FC Dallas

Portland Timbers’ Season Ends In Dallas

They were never meant to be, the Portland Timbers and the 2014 MLS Playoffs, especially after a fatal, unexpected Champions League knockout blow in Honduras just three days before Portland took the field in Dallas for the final game of the regular season. The Timbers took care of business – if there was one thing this […]

Oregon Ducks Cal

Pac-12 Hangover – Week 9

It took us 9 weeks but it’s finally becoming clear who the contenders are, and who has been pretending since the preseason prognostications 3 months ago.  It’s pretty much Oregon, the Arizona schools, Utah and Stanford due to their game versus Oregon this weekend.  Do I think the Cardinal are really deserving of winning the […]

North Bend

Sports Therapy From High School Football

The hardest moments in real life come with saying goodbye. There’s never a last goodbye, and never enough time. We say goodbye to people and places, moms and dads, and it’s all too real. Celebrated coaches from high school years move on, or you move on, and you hear about their passing. You remember them […]

Oregon Ducks

Ridley’s College Football Rankings – Week Nine

In a weekend with mostly expected results, one game sticks out above the rest. Just like Les Miles had said in 2012, Death Valley truly is the place where opponents’ dreams come to die. This time those dreams belonged to Ole Miss. The Tigers smothered the Rebels offense, holding them to just 313 yards and […]

Portland Trail Blazers v Houston Rockets - Game Two

Portland Trail Blazers Week In Review – 10/27

The Portland Trail Blazers’ season starts on Wednesday, just two days away. On Monday mornings, we’ll preview the upcoming Blazer games for that week (Monday-Sunday). I’ll also mention games after that period in passing if they happen on a back-to-back, or four games in five nights basis, punishing parts of the NBA schedule that all […]

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