Posts Tagged ‘Portland Trailblazers’

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Camby signs with Knicks…just kidding

April 20, 2010

Another FA that will not be coming to NY this July

The Portland Trailblazers and Marcus Camby have agreed to a 2-year contract extension, according to a statement by Portland GM Kevin Pritchard. As per team policy the terms have not yet been disclosed.

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Knicks 420 Portland for 3rd Straight Win

December 8, 2009

Al Harrington drives to the basket

NEW YORK- Jared Jeffries twice stepped in to draw charges. Chris Duhon dived on the floor to come up with a loose ball, starting a play that ended with Gallinari finding Al Harrington alone under the basket for a dunk, and the New York Knickerbockers won for the fourth time in five games.

The Garden crowd rose at the fourth quarter buzzer and applauded the Knicks for their teamwork, hustle and most importantly strong defensive play against the injury ridden Portland Trailblazers. The Blazers who recently lost Greg Oden to season ending knee surgery came into New York undefeated against the Knicks in the past five games.

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Knicks host Portland Tonight

December 7, 2009

@ The Worlds most Famous Arena: New York, New York

Tipoff- 7:30

TV- MSG

Radio- 1050 AM

Lineups after the jump…

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Blazers Oden has been plagued with Bad Luck

December 6, 2009

Damn…. I hope for a speedy recovery Greg

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Knicks surge in 2nd half to beat Nets

December 6, 2009

3 out of 4 ain't bad

The Knicks continued their strong play as of late and used a second half breakout from Larry Hughes to defeat the Nets earlier this afternoon at Madison Square Garden. They have won 3 out of 4 games starting from last weeks blow-out over the Phoenix Suns.

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A trip straight through Memory Lane

November 23, 2009

Three the Hardway

Part 1 of 3–¬†It was 2005 and three promising ¬†basketball players were awaiting to see what team would draft them into the national basketball association. They all came from different backgrounds and cities, paving their way into the league uniquely trying to prove themselves as young professionals. Who would of thought that the bright lights of New York city would be their first stop or last for that matter…..

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