Golden State Warriors & Portland Trail Blazers
The Golden State Warriors are an American professional basketball team based in Oakland, California. The Portland Trail Blazers, commonly known as the Blazers, are an American professional basketball team based in Portland, Oregon. /5
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The NBA playoffs are in the second round and the Golden State Warriors are hosting the Portland Trail Blazers tonig…
Golden State Warriors may not blowout Portland Trail Blazers by 30+ points but at least they played one *** of a game
definition of Golden State Warriors beat Portland Trail Blazers 116.to 106 game 1 2nd Round of NBA Playoffs
The Blazers are taking on the defending world champions. In their house. — watching Portland Trail Blazers vs Golden State Warriors
If the Golden State Warriors can win a Championship after 40 years from their last Championship, the Portland Trail Blazers can too!
Northwest Division Recap: 1st Place: Oklahoma City Thunder 2nd Place: Portland Trail Blazers 3rd Place: Denver Nuggets 4th Place: Minnesota Timberwolves 5th Place: Utah Jazz I do not have enough time to finish the rest of the league, but here are a few teams I will get to. Phoenix Suns, Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
THROWBACK SATURDAY: Jermaine O'neal In 1996 Jermaine O'Neal was drafted in the first round, 17th overall to the Portland Trail Blazers and he was the youngest to ever play in a NBA game at 18yrs old. O'neal didn't play much in Portland and for the most part rode the bench. In 2000 the Indiana Pacers finally made it to the NBA FINALS but lost in 6 to the Lakers. After that Mark Jackson, Ric Smits and chris mullin moved on. Then the Pacers trade Dale Davis for Jermaine o'neal. J.O played for the Pacers for 8 years and was a 6x NBA ALL STAR, 2002 MIP. All NBA Second team (04), 2x ALL NBA third team (02,03) and a career high of 55 points against the bucks. He is 35yrs old and is currently playing for the Golden State Warriors
My Nba picks are as follow The Dallas Mavericks over the San Antonio Spurs the Golden State Warriors over the Los Angeles Clippers Chicago Bulls over the Washington Wizards the Memphis Grizzlies over the Oklahoma City Thunder the Brooklyn Nets over the Toronto Raptors the Charlotte Bobcats over the Miami Heat Indianapolis Pacers over the Atlanta Hawks the Portland Trail Blazers over the Houston Rockets those are my NBA picks
Recap: Portland vs. Golden State: The Portland Trail Blazers and Golden State Warriors put on a show Sunday that...
Can someone tell the Golden State Warriors and Portland Trail Blazers that it isn’t the playoffs yet? The two...
CARDIAC WIN by the Portland Trail Blazers over Golden State Warriors in a heart-stopping game, 119-117, which is...
What a night for the Portland Trail Blazers and the Golden State Warriors. It was a thriller and most of the fans were the edge of there seats. What a Night to be a Blazer.
Watching Golden State Warriors & Portland Trail Blazers play basketball. Teresa del Valle & family are in Portland. I think they went to a soccer game last there. I don't remember the pro soccer team, but I'm sure they enjoyed it.
I will be speaking with the Portland Trail Blazers and Golden State Warriors players tonight at chapel before the game. I will be sharing the difference between PURPOSE & PLATFORM. Sometimes we mistake our Platform for our purpose which creates a lot of problems in our lives. How we go about using our platform should be influenced by our purpose and not the other way around. Once you understand your purpose how to use your platform becomes clear!
Hey guys, here's my special report: Tonight's NBA on TNT witnessed the Brooklyn Nets def. the Houston Rockets 105-96 to not only get their 14th straight win at home, but also, they are the 5th team in the East to clinch a Playoff Berth Meanwhile. The Portland Trail Blazers def. the Los Angeles Lakers 124-112 and they still hang on to and hopes to move back up to also, in other NBA Action, the Golden State Warriors def. the Dallas Mavericks in Overtime 122-120 when Stephen Curry made the last shot at the buzzer Warriors move to and the Mavericks drop to but it's far from over and anything, and I do mean ANYTHING can still happen Tomorrow Night on the NBA on ESPN, 2 New York Teams will do battle once again as the Brooklyn Nets take on the New York Knicks at the World's Most Famous Arena-Madison Square Garden and the Knicks are looking to not only def. the Nets, but also, get into the Elite 8 of the Eastern Conference Playoffs
My NBA prediction picks for day 149 of the 2013-2014 NBA season. Brooklyn Nets(39-33) over Houston Rockets(49-23): 107-102 Golden State Warriors(45-28) over Dallas Mavericks(44-30): 114-108 Portland Trail Blazers(48-27) over LA Lakers(25-48): 108-93 My record was 8-2 for Day 148 of the 2013-2014 NBA Season. My overall record is 725-383 for the 2013-2014 NBA Season. If you have any questions about my NBA prediction picks, just ask and I will try my best to answer your question. NBA Teams that have officially clinched a spot in the 2014 NBA Playoffs: 1. Indiana Pacers 2. Miami Heat 3. San Antonio Spurs 4. Oklahoma City Thunder 5. Toronto Raptors 6. Chicago Bulls 7. LA Clippers
Gameday Blazergonians! Your Portland Trail Blazers take on the Golden State Warriors at 6:00 pm on TV: KGW. If you're going to watch the game at the Moda Center tonight, make sure you stop by Killer Burger to experience the BEST burger in town! -LS
Big game tonight as the Golden State Warriors face the Portland Trail Blazers at 6! Come out and see Oakland native Damian Lillard! Can the Dubs bounce back? Game preview:
Your team is AWAY TONIGHT to take on the Portland Trail Blazers at 6:00PM! Let's GO Golden State Warriors!
Golden State Warriors' guard Klay Thompson going to Bahamas for funeral of paternal grandfather; might miss Portland Trail Blazers game on Sunday, too.
NWSB Editor Bryant Knox brings us his weekly video recap of the Portland Trail Blazers. In Week 13, the team from the Pacific Northwest went 2-3, taking down the Denver Nuggets and the Minnesota Timberwolves, while falling to the Houston Rockets, Golden State Warriors and Oklahoma City Thunder. For…
Portland Trail Blazers at Golden State Warriors game preview: The Blazers take on Stephen Curry and the Warrio...
Superstar LA Clippers PF Blake Griffin should have never been ejected against the Golden State Warriors on Christmas Day and it affected the Clippers the rest of way and ended up losing that ball game. Well since that ejection, Griffin has been on a tear, scoring 35 points and grabbing 11 rebounds against the Portland Trail Blazers in a 116-112 overtime loss. This time though, Griffin was able to feel much more accomplished that his team was able to get the victory at home against the Jazz. PF Blake Griffin scored 40 points while shooting 13-20 from the field, along with 3 assists, 10 rebounds and 14-17 from the free-throw line. PG Chris Paul scored 21 points while shooting 8-16 from the field, 5 steals, 9 assists, 10 rebounds and 5-6 from the free-throw line. Griffin has always had trouble with his outside shooting, and the Jazz left him open so many times, that Griffin made them pay by knocking down those key jumpers for LA. Griffin was very aggressive last night, using his athleticism to get right to b ...
If you saw the warrior game against the blazers; this is what NBA had to officially say: " Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut and Portland Trail Blazers guard Mo Williams have each been suspended one game without pay for fighting after Bogut initiated an incident by elbowing Trail Blazers center Joel Freeland in the jaw. In addition, for escalating the incident, Portland forward LaMarcus Aldridge has been fined $45,000, and Portland guard Wesley Matthews and Golden State forward Draymond Green have been fined $20,000 each. The incident occurred with 3:42 remaining in the third quarter of the Trail Blazers' 113-101 win over the Warriors on Saturday, Nov. 23 at Oracle Arena."
The NBA season is about to start. Which San Francisco Bay Area Pro-Am player are you watching this year to breakout? Damian Lillard Team Lillard of Portland Trail Blazers, Festus Ezeli of Golden State Warriors, Kent Bazemore of GSW, James Nunnally of Phoenix Suns and ... see comments for more players.
Important Years For Dirk, Aldridge, Love The middle of the Western Conference might be the most interesting storyline of the regular season. Six teams -- the San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder, Los Angeles Clippers, Memphis Grizzlies, Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors -- seem to have separated themselves from the pack, leaving only two playoff spots available. A postseason appearance is particularly important for the Dallas Mavericks, Portland Trail Blazers and Minnesota Timberwolves, three franchises trying to keep an All-Star power forward in town. Barring injuries to a top team, there won't be lifeboats for all of them. Dirk Nowitzki, LaMarcus Aldridge and Kevin Love are too good to be annually missing the playoffs. Last season, injuries were the culprit for Nowitzki and Love, as their teams fell apart without them. Aldridge, meanwhile, was a good soldier on a team bringing along two lottery picks. As they move closer to the end of their contracts, the stakes are getting higher. With All- ...
Greg Oden of the Portland Trail Blazers shoots against the Golden State Warriors during an NBA game at...
Lakers News: Lakers Rejected Warriors Overtures For Pau Gasol Trade By Ross Gasmer| July 1, 2013| As free agency got underway last night, the Golden State Warriors made it known that they were looking to trade All-Star forward David Lee. Lee injured himself during the Warriors run in the playoffs and they attempted to trade him to the Portland Trail Blazers for LaMarcus Aldridge and Toronto Raptors for Andrea Bargnani, but were turned away. However, according to Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury Mercury News, the Warriors reached out to the Lakers last season about a trade for Pau Gasol: “For instance, I’m told that last season the Warriors were quickly rebuffed after hypothetically asking the Lakers about a Lee-for-Pau Gasol deal.” Gasol is in the last year of his contract and it sounds like the Lakers are ready to let it expire or depending on what Free Agent Dwight Howard does, they could look to trade him. Lee has four years left on his contract and since the Lakers want to have as much cap f ...
Here are today's Must-See Matchups: -Indiana Pacers at Brooklyn Nets- Two of the better teams in the East go head-to-head in a few minutes. Paul George has been very impressive this season, while Olympian Deron Williams has played like all Olympians should. -Golden State Warriors at Denver Nuggets- The duo of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson will matchup with Ty Lawson and Andre Igoudala. The bench will be important for the Warriors, and the frontcourt will be vital for the Nuggets. -OKC Thunder at Portland Trail Blazers- Rookie sensation Damian Lillard will be against elite guard Russel Westbrook. Both teams are well-rounded offensively and defensively, which should make this game interesting. -Jordan23
Top Pick 1: LOSER 2H Portland Trail Blazers vs2H Golden State Warriors go with Under 98.0 make picks free:
Ok so in the spirit of voting I have decided I need a NBA team to root for since the kings show no desire to improve so I've narrowed it down to 5. Who should I root for? 1. Oklahoma City Thunder 2. Denver Nuggets 3. LA Lakers 4. Golden State Warriors 5. Portland Trail Blazers
Golden State Warriors forward David Lee, left, reaches for a rebound with Portland Trail Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge during the first ...
Back in March of the 2011-12 NBA season, the Golden State Warriors were looking to possible claim former Sacramento Kings forward J.J. Hickson. Assuming that they could bring in Hickson for the rest of the season for a cheap price, the Portland Trail Blazers instead claimed his services for the rest...
"Taking my advice of Buying Low and Selling High, I am very pleased the Golden State Warriors are in serious talks yet again with Big Man J.J. Hickson (yes, the same J.J. who the Cleveland Cavaliers wouldn't trade for Amar'e Stoudemire year's ago) after losing out on him last year when the Portland Trail Blazers stepped in and claimed him before he cleared waivers from his release from the Sacramento Kings. Even though I like Big Man David Lee, he needs somebody to toughen him up, compete with him for his starting power forward spot and take some of the burden of him from playing so many minutes at center (when the Warriors play small ball). Speaking of players team's foolishly wouldn't trade for Amar'e, the Warriors have decided not offer Stephen Curry an extension since he has ankle sprain issues the last two years. Initially I liked that but then I thought, hey the Warriors are still trying to trade for the best center in the NBA, Dwight Howard, even though he just said he only wants to go to the Br ...
warriors? mavs only chance of winning? Toronto Raptors, Dallas Mavericks, Portland Trail Blazers, Golden State Warriors and Brooklyn Nets will all make a run at Jeremy Lin.
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