Chris Kaman and the 11 Centers the Blazers Should Deal for This Summer

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Chris Kaman and the 11 Centers the Blazers Should Deal for This Summer
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With the NBA Draft come and gone, each team is pondering what else they should do to make their team championship contenders.

Last week, the Blazers started off the draft with two glaring needs—point guard and the frontcourt. They fulfilled the first need after acquiring former Bobcat Raymond Felton in a three-team deal and using the No. 21 selection on Duke point guard Nolan Smith.

Now all they have to do is figure out what to do in the frontcourt.

The Blazers have LaMarcus Aldridge and Marcus Camby occupying the starting positions with Chris Johnson and Earl Barron coming off the bench. Although their potential is unlimited, it is somewhat hard to grasp that the two players will help them go deep into the postseason.

No to mention, Camby is on the edge of retirement and it is unknown if he will return for the 2011-12 season (if there is one).

The front office should definitely look into finding Camby's replacement or at least adding another player to an already thin frontcourt.

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