The Portland Trail Blazers, surprisingly, have started the season with eight losses in their first 12 games. Is this team really as bad as they look right now? Which Blazers player has been the most disappointing so far? And how will the Blazers fare on their upcoming six-game road trip? Plus, YOUR QUESTIONS and another rousing game of Rip It!
This week, on the podcast, we discuss what the biggest issues facing the Blazers are right now, talk about reasons for optimism in the midst of a 3-4 start, and make predictions for the next five games. Plus, we answer YOUR QUESTIONS! And play another rousing game of Rip It!
On this week's episode of the 3-on-3 Blazers podcast, we discuss the outlook for Zach Collins and his injured shoulder, debate what the Blazers can do to make up for his absence, discuss whether Portland should be shooting more 3-pointers, and make predictions for the Blazers' next three games.
On this week's episode of the 3-on-3 Blazers podcast, we discuss the Blazers' season-opening loss to the Denver Nuggets, including Hassan Whiteside's impressive debut with the Blazers, the success of Portland's starting lineup, the struggle to defend Denver's 3-point barrage, and the lack of bench production. We also make predictions for the Blazers' next three games, and play another rousing game of Rip It!
On this SEASON PREVIEW episode of the 3-on-3 Blazers podcast, we predict how many games the Blazers will win and where they'll finish in the Western Conference playoff race; discuss which Blazers player we think will exceed expectations and which won't live up to expectations; and make our picks for MVP, Rookie of the Year, Most Improved Player, Sixth Man of the Year, and NBA champion. Plus, the season premiere of everyone's favorite podcast game, Rip It!
On this week's episode, we discuss whether the Blazers are championship contenders this season, dissect Portland's first preseason game, and talk about what we hope to see in the Blazers' four remaining preseason games.
On the season 3 premiere of the 3-on-3 Blazers podcast, we discuss the growing hype around 20-year-old guard Anfernee Simons, what Blazers fans should expect from both Simons and 21-year-old forward Zach Collins, and debate whether this team is better than last season's Western Conference finals squad.
After five consecutive NBA Finals appearances, the Warriors look mortal again, and there's no shortage of teams looking to take on the mantle of West supremacy. On this week's episode of the 3-on-3 Blazers podcast, KGW's Orlando Sanchez, Jared Cowley and Nate Hanson discuss where the Trail Blazers rank in the revamped Western Conference, what Portland needs to reach championship contender status, and debate how big an impact Anfernee Simons will make this coming season.
On this week's episode of the 3-on-3 Blazers podcast, we discuss Whiteside's fit in Portland and whether his reputation should concern the Blazers and their fans. We also assign a grade to the Blazers' offseason moves, and debate whether this roster right now is better than Portland's roster at the end of last season.
On this week's episode of the 3-on-3 Blazers podcast, KGW's Jared Cowley and Nate Hanson give early reviews of the Kent Bazemore trade and Nassir Little draft pick, and look ahead to free agency and trades. We also talk about Anfernee Simons, Zach Collins, Neil Olshey, Rodney Hood, Al-Farouq Aminu, Enes Kanter, Seth Curry and more!