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Portland, OR, United States

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Past articles by Mike:

As Trail Blazers Continue To Air Classic Games, Here’s 5 I’d Like To See

These regular season games features some great individual performances. → Read More

Trail Blazers Forced To Roll Dice With A Very Young Bench

The Blazers are last in the NBA in both bench scoring, and in bench scoring against. → Read More

Carmelo Anthony’s Shooting Is Key To Trail Blazers’ Playoff Quest

The forward's accuracy, particularly on 3-pointers, drops off considerably from losses to wins. → Read More

Trail Blazers Starting To Show That They Might Still Make Something Out Of A Seemingly Lost Season

Damian Lillard's amazing play, along with a major infusion from Trevor Ariza, could help turn the season into something better, especially if injured players return. → Read More

Trail Blazers’ Lack Of Size Is Becoming A Major Issue

Injuries have robbed Portland of its size, and the impact is being felt in opponents points in the paint and offensive rebounds. → Read More

3 Questions Raised By Carmelo Anthony Joining Trail Blazers

The 10-time All-Star could debut as soon as Tuesday, but will he start or come off the bench? → Read More

It’s Early, But There Are Reasons For Concern About Trail Blazers’ 3-6 Start

The Blazers' inability to win at him, lack of assists and the struggles of CJ McCollum have contributed to a mediocre start. → Read More

4-Month Prognosis For Zach Collins Is A Major Blow For Trail Blazers

In going 1-3 since Collins' injury, the Blazers have been outrebounded and outscored in the paint. → Read More

Trail Blazers Win Ugly To Finish With A 3-1 Road Trip

In a game in which they are called for 30 fouls, the Blazers use hot 3-point shooting to win at Oklahoma City. → Read More

Damian Lillard Digs Trail Blazers Into Hole, Then Almost Lifts Them All The Way Out

After starting the game 3 for 19, Lillard almost brings Portland back from a 19-point deficit before the Spurs hold on for the victory. → Read More

Early Questions For Trail Blazers: Health, Bench And Road Strength

The Blazers are gimpy at center, have a new bench and face an early rush of games on the road, where they were subpar last season. → Read More

Oregon Ducks end NCAA Men's Golf Championship with storybook win, capped with hometown guy Sulman Raza's putt

Oregon beats Texas at Eugene Country Club to win its first men's golf national title. → Read More

Readers vote Pacific Dunes No. 1 public golf course in Oregon, prompt us to add Tokatee to our list

Tokatee is the overwhelming write-in favorite for our list of the best public golf courses in Oregon. → Read More

15 public golf courses you should play in Oregon

From the coast to the high desert and everything in between. → Read More

Jesuit rallies to beat West Linn 21-14 and win Class 6A football championship: Recap

The Jesuit Crusaders won the sixth state football championship in school history, doing so in a manner they haven't had to deal with all season: late in the fourth quarter, while trailing. Jason Talley ran for a 2-yard touchdown with 1:13 left as top-seeded Jesuit defeated No. 3 West Linn 21-14 at Providence Park. Talley's touchdown capped a wild drive that started with 4:11 left, and the… → Read More

Donald Trump takes shot at Bandon Dunes, calls it 'a toy' compared to three of his courses

The Republican frontrunner tweets that three courses he owns "blow Bandon Dunes away." → Read More

Metro League schools to wear purple to football games Friday to honor Sunset's Nathalie Traller, who lost battle with cancer

John Huelskamp, the principal of Sunset High School, recalled a basketball game at which students were raising money for a cause that had become very personal at the school. “At one point, our student section started chanting, ‘We love Nathalie!’” Huelskamp recalled. “And quickly the Beaverton students joined in the cheer, and then you’ve got over 2,000 folks in the gym chanting the same thing.”… → Read More

Roseburg-Sheldon football game canceled in light of mass school shooting at Umpqua Community College

The high school football game between Roseburg and third-ranked Sheldon has been canceled in the wake of Thursday’s mass school shooting at Umpqua Community College. The game had been scheduled to be played at 7 p.m. Friday at Roseburg’s Finlay Field, but was called off, along with Thursday games between the schools’ junior varsity teams, scheduled for 5 p.m. at Sheldon, and freshman teams,… → Read More

In Year 3, Hillsboro Hops continue to grow on and off the field

The Hops, who are back in the Northwest League championship series, continue to steadily grow their audience. → Read More

Trail Blazers' Pat Connaughton will throw out first pitch before Hillsboro Hops begin championship series

The Blazers guard, who has played professional baseball, will help start the Hops second consecutive appearance in the Northwest League championship series. → Read More