I love the outdoors, my family and the Blazers. Having lived in Oregon for about 14 years, and being a Blazer fan even before then, I remember the highs and the lows. I'm not an all out sports nut, but try to keep my life balanced between the things that make a difference and those that are just - well, fun.
I love small market teams like the San Antonio Spurs, Utah Jazz and of course, for the Portland TrailBlazers. And oh yeah, I made a committment to make Orlando my favorite Eastern team, but generally I'm a regional guy. I prefer Western teams because - well, I'm from the West. I like wide open spaces and reading self-imrpovement books and spending time with my wife and kids and working out.
Can the Knicks' Jared Jeffries at the very least regain some of his pride this season?
have you checked out my newest article: 'The NBA's Unbeatable Team' ?
it is in response to Mr Rory King's article, the battle is on.
have a read and let me know which team would win - cheers mate.
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Just published two new articles that I would like to share with you. Please provide some great comments to spark up some debate on these two topics! I look forward to your response.
Hey check out my article and tell me what you think http://bleacherreport.com/articles/205448-reasons-the-mvp-voting-is-all-hype
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Im not so sure that Pritch wouldn't...especially given the factor that Bosh is what Aldridge may become he may do it, and cause of their cap situation it is plausible that they may be able to get outlaw as well. As i was inferring to previously there may have to be some picks involved but i preferred to look at scenarios that focused on talent