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2021 Schedule
4th in Northwest
Dame casually drills buckets from half court (0:20)
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Hour one is a cornucopia of drive bars, thanksgiving and Lakers

Jorge and Ramona Shelburne, in for LZ, open talking about Marc Gasol following his brother's path to the Lakers. How much of a party night is your Thanksgiving... Drive bars, their and your favorites... How do all the new Lakers additions add or subtract for the LeBron...

11d

The Hoop Collective: Free Agency Winners And Losers

As the NBA world waits to know more about the future of Giannis Antetokounmpo, Brian Windhorst, Ramona Shelburne and Tim Bontemps discuss the flurry of roster moves made over the past few days and how they may alter the landscape of the 2020-21 season.

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12d

Sources: Melo to return to Blazers on 1-year deal

Carmelo Anthony, who averaged 15.4 points and 6.3 rebounds with the Trail Blazers during the 2020 regular season, will return to Portland on a one-year deal, sources told ESPN.

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13d

Sources: Hood returning to Blazers on 2-year deal

The Blazers agreed to a two-year deal worth $21 million with Rodney Hood, sources told ESPN, and also added Derrick Jones Jr. on a two-year, $19 million deal, according to The Athletic.

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14dAdrian Wojnarowski

Blazers get Kanter back in 3-team swap

Boston center Enes Kanter is heading back to Portland as part of a three-team trade that also involves Memphis.

16d

The Hoop Collective: Bucks Get Jrue Holiday

Zach Lowe joins Brian Windhorst to discuss what the Jrue Holiday trade means for Giannis Antetokounmpo's future with the Bucks. Plus, the guys take a look at some of the deals already made around the league.

Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider 

Portland Trail Blazers F Rodney Hood is declining his $6M player option and becoming a free agent, sources tell ESPN. Hood's had nearly a full year to recover from a torn Achilles injury and can play right away with a new team.

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17d

Sources: Rockets near Covington-for-Ariza trade

The Houston Rockets are finalizing a trade to send Robert Covington to Portland for Trevor Ariza, a 2020 first-round pick and a 2021 protected first-round pick, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Rockets trade Covington to Trail Blazers (0:44)
17d

Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider 

The Rockets are finalizing a trade to send Robert Covington to Portland for Trevor Ariza and 2020 first-round pick and 2021 protected first-round pick, sources tell ESPN.

Melo shows off range in the gym and even dunks one down (0:35)
19d
A band of brothers built inside the NBA bubble (3:16)
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61d

Dr. Max Michalski breaks down the Jones Fracture

Doc continues in the Cedars-Sinai Studios and retells his thoughts about the breaking point in sports, art and medicine. Doc welcomes Dr. Max Michalski who talks about the Jones Fracture that many basketball players get along with other foot injuries like the one to the Miami Heat's Goran Dragic. The Weekend Warrior Clinic re-opens for listeners.

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92d

Blazers' Ariza denies allegations he abused son

Blazers forward Trevor Ariza was issued a temporary restraining order Wednesday keeping him away from his 12-year-old son after the boy's mother alleged Ariza abused him.

95d

Hahn: Yankees have to stay healthy

The guys look back on a roller coaster weekend for the Yankees and Mets in the Subway Series. Plus, Carmelo Anthony discusses his future on Audio Files.

95d

The Hoop Collective: NBA Playoffs Latest

The Jamal Murray-Donovan Mitchell fireworks show has Brian Windhorst, Dave McMenamin and Tim Bontemps buzzing about the Western Conference playoffs. They discuss Marcus Morris' antics against the Mavericks, Dallas' future and why the Lakers' title hopes rests on Anthony Davis. Plus, can the Heat upset the East's top-seeded Bucks?

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96dBaxter Holmes

Melo eyes Blazers return: 'Think I found a home'

Carmelo Anthony said after the Blazers' season-ending loss to the Lakers on Saturday night that he expects to "be right back in the fray of things when next season comes," adding, "I pray that it can be Portland, I think I found a home in Portland."

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.06th
Rebounds Per Game45.312th
Assists Per Game20.630th
Points Allowed116.126th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-203539.473
2018-195329.646
2017-184933.598
2016-174141.500