Discussion in 'Portland Trail Blazers' started by Darkwebs, May 16, 2019.
That wasnt olshey though was it?
I thought Olshey came on the year before Dame? Or am I thinking of Stotts and Olshey was here for yeas before? Wasnt Blakes last stint with us, Dames rookie and second year?
Im asking because I dont recall, not that im questioning you.
I honestly was not questioning you also. i will look it up because i can't remember?
Blake did 05 then from 07 to 09 then then back for 2010 and back for 2014-15.
But this is silly.
Steve Blake was always a journeyman player who played many places.
Ed Davis could absolutely end up here again. Olshey signed him in LA and here didn't he?
Edit- Wrong LA sorry.
Im too lazy at the moment. Haha
Your a better man than i.
I dont think he did with ed. I could be wrong. Ed was a laker and no came from the clippers.
Journeyman or not. I just don't see no’s ego allowing ed to come back because the question would be why did you let him go then?
I didn't even get it right anyway. Who cares?
I would be cool to have Ed Davis back.
Can we morph davis with kanter? We would have two nurks then right???
I'm pretty sure Steve Blake played with the Chris Kaman, Victor Claver era roster last stint here....I think that was either Dame's rookie year or the year after...didn't check...but that was Olshey
I don't know if you're reading things right or not, but you're certainly editing out most of the context of what I said which essentially distorts it:
"how better is the bench going to be if Hood, Kanter, and Curry leave? At this point, I think Portland may lose 2 of the 3. I also wonder if Aminu will be re-signed. Portland may take a step back this summer"
Aminu was only part of what I said. For instance if the Blazers 'lose' Hood, Curry, and Aminu next season, yeah, that could be a significant step back., especially considering that Nurkic may miss a big part of the season as well. I mean, by winshares, Nurkic, Aminu, Curry, & Hood accounted for 17 winshares. That's nearly a 3rd of the 53 wins Portland had. They aren't going to offset that with a 25th pick and vet minimum contracts
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Birth Date Exp College
4 Arron Afflalo SG 6-5 210 October 15, 1985 us 7 University of California, Los Angeles
12 LaMarcus Aldridge PF 6-11 260 July 19, 1985 us 8 University of Texas at Austin
5 Will Barton SG 6-6 190 January 6, 1991 us 2 University of Memphis
88 Nicolas Batum SF 6-8 200 December 14, 1988 fr 6
5 Steve Blake PG 6-3 172 February 26, 1980 us 11 University of Maryland
18 Victor Claver SF 6-9 224 August 30, 1988 es 2
23 Allen Crabbe SG 6-6 212 April 9, 1992 us 1 University of California
10 Tim Frazier PG 6-1 170 November 1, 1990 us R Pennsylvania State University
19 Joel Freeland C 6-10 250 February 7, 1987 gb 2
33 Alonzo Gee SF 6-6 225 May 29, 1987 us 5 University of Alabama
35 Chris Kaman C 7-0 265 April 28, 1982 us 11 Central Michigan University
11 Meyers Leonard C 7-1 255 February 27, 1992 us 2 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
0 Damian Lillard PG 6-3 195 July 15, 1990 us 2 Weber State University
42 Robin Lopez C 7-0 275 April 1, 1988 us 6 Stanford University
2 Wesley Matthews SG 6-5 220 October 14, 1986 us 5 Marquette University
3 CJ McCollum SG 6-3 190 September 19, 1991 us 1 Lehigh University
41 Thomas Robinson PF 6-10 237 March 17, 1991 us 2 University of Kansas
1 Dorell Wright SF 6-9 205 December 2, 1985 us 10
So you are saying if aminu is resigned Portland will take a step back this summer?
"For instance if the Blazers 'lose' Hood, Curry, and Aminu next season, yeah, that could be a significant step back., especially considering that Nurkic may miss a big part of the season as well"
not sure how you arrived at the question you just asked...peyote?
Right, but Olshey never let him go, then brought him back. He was let go by someone else.
I'm sensing sarcasm
Nice of you to offer!
I didn't read this 76 page thread.
I have 2 words: Free throws.
Blazers missed 13 of them.
They keep coming up with new ways to lose.
Separate names with a comma.