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Portland Free agency

The blazers obviously need a banger back up that can board at the 4, and a true reliable center. Who do you think they might be able to realisticly pick up in free agency this year? We could probably give away a guard if need be. hahahaha

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know one really looks at anything that is not in the nba draft section.

They could bring back Jeff Pendergraph or have a go at Kenyon Martin. Jeff Foster would be a nice back up at the 5. A trade for Robin Lopez would also be nice.

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I think they should still

I think they should still give Greg Oden a chance because he could easily be a top 5 center in this league if he stays healthy but i like nzers idea for Robin Lopez

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And yall both look like

And yall both look like Trailblazers fans because of your pic and i was wondering what your take on Brandon Roy because i still think he is awesome but it seems like everyone has given up on him but IMO he should still get the minutes he use to have

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If Greg doesn't ask for to much

I think Roy should come off the bench 2 start with but if he's capible of returning 2 the starting line up then why not.

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Yeah Brandon use to be an all

Yeah Brandon use to be an all star and i think he is still capable of being a number 2 scorer on a good team and if he doesnt get his minutes he should demand a trade

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There are a number of people

There are a number of people around the NBA who will tell you that the Oklahoma City Thunder have not done enough this offseason to keep up with their competition for the 2012-13 NBA crown. The Miami HEAT added new depth with veterans like Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis, the Boston Celtics beefed up their backcourt with Courtney Lee and Jason Terry and the Los Angeles Lakers, of course, added two All-Stars in Steve Nash and Dwight Howard.

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