Don’t Stop Believing, Hold On To That Feeling

Last Friday I logged onto Facebook and saw post after post regarding the Color Run that took place that morning in Portland. Two things came to mind: 1) My friends really like paint; and 2) I have a lot of friends that run. All this talk about 5Ks and marathons made me think about my … Continue reading

A Tribute to Brandon Roy

Dear Future Portland Trail Blazers Players, It takes more than talent to be recognized as one of the franchise greats. You want to be great? Study how Brandon Roy carries himself both on and off the court. If you’re lucky, you might come close… Sincerely, Past, Present, & Future Portland Trail Blazer Fans It’s amazing … Continue reading

The Resurrection of Brandon Roy

Something special happened today. On the eve of Easter, basketball fans everywhere saw a different type of resurrection. The one of Brandon Roy. Down by as much as 23 points, Roy led the Portland Trail Blazers to an inspiring win against the Dallas Mavericks to even the series at 2-2 heading into Monday’s matchup in … Continue reading

2011 – A Look Ahead

With 2010 in our rearview mirror, let’s take a look at the upcoming year and make some predictions: Oregon Ducks Football Wow, who would of thought the Ducks would be playing for the national title this year after losing….what’s his face, something Masoli??? But here we are, a couple days from facing off with those … Continue reading

Blazers Press Conference a PR Stunt?

First off, I’m completely devastated to hear that Greg Oden will not be playing a single game this season because of another microfracture surgery on dock to repair damage to his left knee. Marred by injuries, the former number one draft pick has played an equivalent of only one season (82 games) in his four … Continue reading

Oregon Ducks fly to new heights, number one ranking first in school history

Weekends are 48 hours of pure “I can do whatever I want to” adventures. Some people go shopping, some go golfing, and others sit around waiting for something good to happen. For the Oregon Ducks (and their fans), that “something” happens to involve moving…moving up that is! For the first time in school history, the … Continue reading