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Maurice Harkless, Blazers Remain In Contract Stalemate
Maurice Harkless' agent, Happy Walters, says several teams have reached out to him with interest.
Blazers Match Allen Crabbe's Four-Year, $75M Deal With Nets
The Blazers have matched the four-year, $75 million offer sheet Allen Crabbe signed with the Nets.
Meyers Leonard, Blazers Agree To Four-Year, $41M Deal
Meyers Leonard was in restricted free agency.
Allen Crabbe, Nets Agree Upon Four-Year, $75M Deal
With bonuses, Allen Crabbe's deal could reach $83 million.
Festus Ezeli, Blazers Agree To Two-Year, $14.7M Deal
Festus Ezeli has agreed to a two-year deal with the Blazers.
Festus Ezeli Meeting With Blazers In Portland
Festus Ezeli began the offseason as a restricted free agent but the Warriors rescinded their qualifying offer to him once Kevin Durant committed to sign.
Blazers, Magic Finalizing Shabazz Napier Trade
Shabazz Napier figured to be Orlando's fourth point guard this season.
Gerald Henderson, 76ers Agree Upon Two-Year, $18M Deal
Gerald Henderson played last season for the Blazers following his trade from the Hornets.
Report Of Allen Crabbe Agreeing Upon Four-Year, $70M Deal With Nets Refuted
The Blazers reportedly will not match the offer sheet for Allen Crabbe.
Pau Gasol Receiving Offers In $18M-$22M Per Year Range
Pau Gasol has received interest from the Raptors, Blazers, Bulls, Timberwolves and Spurs amongst others.

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Blazers, Jazz, Pelicans And The Merits Of Middle Class Improvement

by Colin McGowan

There's nothing the Blazers, Jazz or Pelicans can do that would effectively counter Golden State nearly running out an All-NBA team as a starting lineup. It is heartening, though, that a handful of relatively young teams from the NBA's middle class have decided they might as well go about the business of improvement anyway.

Grading The Deal: Blazers Sign Festus Ezeli To One Of Best Bargains Of Offseason

by Christopher Reina

Festus Ezeli is one of the best rebounders in the game and also keeps getting better as a rim protector, which was quite clearly one of Portland's biggest needs entering the offseason.

Grading The Deal: Portland's $70M Gamble On Evan Turner

by Christopher Reina

The versatility that made Evan Turner look like a potential future All-Star as the second overall pick in 2010 settled nicely as a complementary piece with the Celtics.

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