Trail Blazers Damian Lillard

Did the Blazers finally hit the jackpot with Lillard?

Lillard Trail BlazersThe Portland Trailblazers have won one NBA Championship since entering the league as a franchise in 1970. Following the 1977 title, the Blazers have had a tough go of things and been one of the unluckiest franchises in the league. They passed up players in the 1984 NBA Draft such as Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley, instead opting for Sam Bowie. In the 2007 NBA Draft, they selected Greg Oden with the first overall pick and passed on league’s current best player behind Cleveland Cavaliers LeBron James in OKC Thunder Kevin Durant. The team’s franchise player from the 2006 NBA Draft, Brandon Roy, was a budding superstar but chronic knee issues forced him to retire. If some breaks had gone their way, they would have multiple championship balls in their trophy case. With an unlucky history, the current Portland squad is in good hands. The sixth overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, Damian Lillard, has turned into a superstar already in this league and has teamed up with LaMarcus Aldridge to form a dynamic duo. With the 24-year-old Lillard entering his third NBA season, the tides have turned for the Blazers as they seem to be on the lucky side for a change.

Like most of the great players, Lillard has overcome a lot to reach the status of elite. He was only recruited by one Division I school out of high school in Oakland, California. Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, was that school and Lillard played with a chip on his shoulders. The six-foot-three point guard dominated for Weber State, winning Freshman of the Year honors and Player of the Year honors twice. He was a prolific scorer and showcased his excellent athleticism which led to the Blazers picking Lillard in the 2012 NBA Draft.

Blazers LillardLillard started off his career with a bang, picking up Co-MVP honors of the NBA Summer League and dropping 23 points and 11 assists in his regular season debut. Portland didn’t make the playoffs during Lillard’s first season but he won Rookie of the Year honors and the expectations were raised. This past season, Lillard made his first All-Star Game appearance and the Blazers claimed the fifth seed in the Western Conference. Lillard once again stepped up big in the clutch, winning the series on a three-pointer at the buzzer to drop the Houston Rockets. The Blazers went on to lose to the eventual NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs in round two but the future is set. They missed out on Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley and Kevin Durant but the Blazers stock is going up with the help of Lillard. Chris M.

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LA Kings 2014-15 Promotions and Giveaways.

The LA Kings 2014-2015 Promotions and Giveaways.

banner8-Oct San Jose Sharks Banner Raising / Mini Banner Giveaway

12-Oct Winnipeg Jets LA Kings Magnet Schedule Giveaway

16-Oct St. Louis Blues Replica Ring Giveaway

18-Nov Florida Panthers Dodgers Night

2-Dec Boston Bruins Mini Stick #1 and Display Base Giveaway (Dustin Brown)

18-Dec St Louis Blues Mini Stick #2 Giveaway (Drew Doughty)

27-Dec San Jose Sharks Holiday Pyrotechnic Extravaganza

14-Jan New Jersey Devils Mini Stick #3 (Jeff Carter)

bla917-Jan Winnipeg Jets Rob Blake Jersey Retirement Poster Giveaway Rob Blake played for the Kings from 1990 – 2001 then returned to LA from 2006-2008.

12-Feb Calgary Flames Legends Night #1 – Barry Melrose Poster Giveaway Barry Melrose was the Coach of the LA Kings from 1992-95.

24-Feb Detroit Red Wings Legends Night #2 – Tony Granato Poster Giveaway Tony Granato played for the Kings from 1985-1996

7-Mar Pittsburgh Penguins Legends Night #3 – Luc Robitaille Statue Unveiling Poster Giveaway Luc will be joining Wayne Gretzky, Magic Johnson, Lakers Point Guard Oscar De La Hoya, Chick Hearn and Jerry West all with Statues outside Staples Center.

mario516-Mar Arizona Coyotoes Mini Stick #4 (Marian Gaborik)

21-Mar Vancouver Canucks Bailey’s Birthday – Did You Know? Bailey is six feet tall, and wears number 72 because its the avg temperature here in Los Angeles. Bailey got his name when the Kings honored Garnet “Ace” Bailey who passed in 9/11 attacks.

11-Apr San Jose Sharks Fan Appreciation Night Team Photo Giveaway

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Should Clayton Kershaw be MVP?

The subject of a pitcher winning the Most Valuable Player award is always highly controversial. Much like the subject of putting a player in the Hall of Fame in their first year on the ballot, there’s always the small amount of voters that will never vote for a player the first time around. The Most Valuable player award typically revolves around the definition of “valuable”. While many voters get caught up in the concept of value, others will simply vote for the best player.

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Clayton KershawWhen it comes to Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers have clearly the most valuable player and the best player. While it’s obvious to anyone who’s closely watched Kershaw’s performance and the Dodgers this season that Kershaw is far and away the best candidate for NL MVP, many voters still seem to be leaning toward Giancarlo Stanton. The Marlins outfielder is a tremendous talent who’s had a wonderful season, but his numbers aren’t historically dominant like Kershaw, nor is his team anywhere near a playoff contender.

Will they give the award to Stanton? Right now it seems like it’s 50/50.

It shouldn’t be.

The impact of Kershaw on the Dodgers, for anyone that has observed the team closely this season, goes well beyond the impact of the lefthander when he pitches. The way Kershaw approaches the game, his work ethic and professionalism, set the tone for the entire organization. He’s the true definition of a “stopper”, someone who can turn the tide of a small losing streak or a poor patch of play with his absolute dominance. Of Kershaw’s 17 victories, 9 of them have come in days immediately following a Dodgers loss. It’s testament to the left-hander’s ability to avoid losing streaks and continually keep the Dodgers from minor skids.

The impact of Kershaw on the bullpen cannot be exaggerated. Beyond closer Kenley Jansen the Dodgers have struggled in the pen this season. In a long major league baseball season bullpens can be taxed with overwork, something that can have a trickle-down effect on the performance of the team. In 17 starts dating back to June 2 Kershaw has either pitched a complete game or 8 innings 13 times. In the other four starts he’s gone seven innings. In those 17 starts the Dodgers bullpen has only had to pitch 15 innings, an incredibly factor when it comes to how fresh they are.

MVP Clayton KershawWhether you base your vote on the “Most Valuable” player or the best player, Clayton Kershaw is the choice in both categories. Giancarlo Stanton is a massive talent who’s had a great season, but his performance is by no means historical in relation to some of the performances that players like Miguel Cabrera and Mike Trout have put up in recent seasons. Based on recent history the fact that the Marlins will not make the playoffs and likely not even finish with a winning record will likely cause the typical non-pitcher MVP voters to cast a ballot for Kershaw.

Kershaw will likely sew up the MVP if he wins 20 games and the Dodgers secure a playoff berth. With two upcoming series versus the San Francisco Giants, the Dodgers are far from a certainty to win the division, although the wild card is likely a foregone conclusion. Kershaw will have four and potentially five upcoming starts two win three games. His next three starts are versus San Diego, Colorado and Chicago, three offensively challenged teams that will give the lefthander a very good shot to win 20 games for the second time in his career.

The Cy Young is a foregone conclusion—Kershaw is well on his way to his third victory in four seasons, all at the age of 26. An MVP award should soon follow. BY: Chris M.

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Who are the Most Overrated NBA Players 2014-2015 season

The NBA is full of big names; however, sometimes players can become well known without actually being that good. These overrated players tend to make a lot of money even though no one can really explain why. Here’s a list of the most overrated players in the NBA for this coming season:

Deron Williams: Williams averaged only 14.3 points per game and 6.1 assists per game this season with the Brooklyn Nets. These numbers would be great for a point guard coming off the bench, but Williams is a starter and making almost $20 million a season. The Nets would be better off trading him, but Williams’s huge contract and sad performance makes him very unattractive to potential teams.

Chandler Parsons: For a small forward making about $14 million a season, 16.6 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 4 assists per game just does not cut it. Parsons simply does not produce well enough to earn the money he is making. There is a reason the Houston Rockets got rid of him this season despite having the cap room to be able to keep him.

Josh Smith: Smith has been in the NBA for 10 seasons, yet his style of play has not improved at all. Smith shoots less than 30 percent from beyond the arc and less than 55 percent from the free throw line. That’s right—Smith makes over $13 million a season and he can barely hit a free throw.

Dwight Howard: Howard puts up great numbers pretty consistently with the Houston Rockets, but what he lacks is leadership. Howard does not seem to have the passion and drive to lead a team to a championship. The Rockets have a good team, but they lack the veteran leadership that Howard is expected to provide. Until he gets an attitude adjustment, Howard will never be a legend.

Tony Allen: Allen may be one of the best defenders in the NBA, but he simply cannot play offense. He is a big reason for the Memphis Grizzles offensive struggles this past season. Allen averaged only 9 points per game this past season while making less than 25 percent of his three point shots and only 62.8 percent of his free throws.

O.J. Mayo: Mayo brought nothing but confrontations with the head coach and sub-par effort to the Milwaukee Bucks this season. Mayo averaged under 12 points a game and clearly was unhappy with his new team. Hopefully a new coach and the addition of Jabari Parker will encourage Mayo to try a little harder this season.

Carmelo Anthony: Anthony is without a doubt a very exciting player to watch, and the fans in New York will surely continue to fill the stands to see him play. However, Anthony is about to make $22 million this coming season; and he has a hard time leading his team to the playoffs. Anthony puts up large numbers, but until he steps up as a leader on the Knicks the team will continue to lose.

BY: Chris M.

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Who Are Most Underrated NBA Players entering the 2014-15 Season

Every basketball fan knows who LeBron James and Kobe Bryant are, but many less dedicated fans probably would not recognize a smaller name player such as Marquis Teague. Many of these players hold their teams together; however, go unnoticed to the common basketball fan. Here’s a list of the most underrated, unappreciated players in the NBA for this coming season:

Mirza Teletovic: At Brooklyn Nets games, Teletovic lighting up the court with his spot on shooting is a common sight; however, unless you are a big Nets fan you have probably never heard of him. Teletovic is a matchup problem for defenders because he can knock down shots from basically anywhere on the court—especially from behind the ark.

Anderson Varajeo: Varajeo is a fan favorite in Cleveland—he is an exciting player to watch, a terrific offensive and defensive rebounder, and a top-notch rim protector. He is an all-around team player and one of LeBron’s favorite teammates, and in James’s absense he has provided the veteran leadership the Cavaliers needed. He is a big reason that Cleveland improved every year after James left.

Luis Scola: Scola has played for three teams and seems to fly under the radar on each one. Scola has plays a good amount coming off the bench, and is very efficient with the time he gets on the court. His overall numbers have dropped slightly with the Indiana Pacers since he does not get as much playing time as he used to, but he is still a terrific inside shooter and team player.

Larry Sanders: Sanders is arguably the best shot blocker in the NBA, and his injury problems this past season were a big part of Milwaukee’s horrible record. With Sanders healthy and Jabari Parker joining the squad, the Bucks should see some decent improvements this season.

Omer Asik: The New Orleans Pelicans acquired the big man from the Houston Rockets this offseason, and he should prove to be a great addition to the team. Asik has always struggled on the offensive side of the ball, but he has improved significantly as his career has progressed, and he has always been a great defender in the NBA. Now that he will be playing alongside Anthony Davis his talent may start to be recognized.

Nick Collison: Anyone that watches the Oklahoma City Thunder regularly could tell you that Collison is one of the hardest workers in the NBA. Although he does not score much, Collison hustles on every play and is one of the better defenders in the league. The Thunder can always count on him for an energy boost late in the game.

Chris Bosh: Bosh may have been part of Miami’s “Big 3″; however, he was always the least respected of the three guys. With LeBron leaving the Miami Heat, Bosh will be the go to guy in Miami this season; so he will be putting up the kind of numbers he used to with the Toronto Raptors and hopefully earn the respect he deserves as a super star in the NBA.

BY: Chris M.

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Toughest Games for Lakers in 2014-2015 Schedule

The Los Angeles Lakers are entering a 2014 – 2015 season full of mysteries and question marks. Will this be the season the Lakers will manage to bounce back? Will Kobe be back at his 100 percent and how will the new stars of the team end up performing? Let’s have a look at the most significant games of the 2014 – 2015 regular season for the Lakers.

Lakers vs Rockets
The Lakers start the season with a tough game against Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets, in the Staples Center on October 28. Kobe Bryant and his company will try to achieve a statement victory. The Lakers will once again host the Rockets on January 25. The only meeting between the two teams in Houston will take place on November 19. Lakers Vs Rockets Tickets

Lakers vs Los Angeles Clippers
The Los Angeles Lakers will host Lob City on October 31 and this will be a great test for them. The Clips are once again entering the season as strong title contenders while the Lakers will be looking to just make it to the playoffs. On April 5 the Lakers will once again play against Lob City with their championship banners raised. The Clips will be the ones to host their city-rivals on January 7 and April 7. Lakers Vs Clippers Tickets

Lakers vs Cleveland Cavaliers
Kobe will play against his buddy, LeBron James but this season, The Chosen One will be wearing the wine and gold once again. The Lakers will host the Cleveland Cavaliers on January 15. The two teams will square off against each other once again in Cleveland on February 8. The Cavs are the obvious favorites for the victory in both meetings. Lakers Vs Cavs Tickets

Lakers vs Blazers
The Portland Trail Blazers will host the Los Angeles Lakers on January 5 and then again on February 11. Portland will enter the 2014 – 2015 season with many improvements on its roster. The Lakers will take on Rip City at home on January 11 and April 3. Lakers Vs Blazers Tickets

Lakers vs Thunder
One of the toughest opponents for the Los Angeles Lakers will be the OKC Thunder. Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and their company are looking to make it to the NBA Finals once again. The first meeting between the Lakers and the Thunder comes on December 19 in the Staples Center and the second one on March 1, once again in LA. The Thunder will host the Lakers on March 24. Lakers Vs Thunder Tickets

Lakers vs Golden State Warriors
The Golden State Warriors have established themselves as a powerhouse in the Western Conference. The Los Angeles Lakers will try to take the Splash Brothers and their company down on November 1, in the Oracle Arena. LA will once again play against the Dubs on November 16 and on December 23, in the Staples Center. On March 16, the last meeting between the two teams will take place in Oakland. LAKERS Vs Warriors Tickets

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LA Clippers Big Games on the 2014-2015 Schedule

The NBA released the schedule for the 2014 – 2015 campaign just recently. Let’s have a look at the Clips’ schedule for the upcoming season and examine the most important games of the regular season for Lob City.

Clippers vs OKC Thunder
The season for LA opener is a derby against Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder and it takes place on October 30, in the Staples Center. This will be the first out of the three regular season meetings between the two powerhouses. On February 8 the two teams will square off in the Chesapeake Energy Arena and the last meeting will be again on the road for the Clips, on March 11. Clippers Vs Thunder Tickets

Clippers vs Cleveland Cavaliers
The first time Lob City will square off against LeBron’s new company, the Cleveland Cavaliers, will be on January 16, at home. After acquiring both King James and Kevin Love, the Cavs are entering the 2014 – 2015 campaign as the strongest favorite for the title from the East. The two teams will play against each other once again, in Cleveland on February 5. Clippers Vs Cavs Tickets

Clippers vs Warriors
Lob City did eliminate the Dubs in the first round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs but Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and their company met much resistance. On November 5, they will cross their swords once again versus Steph Curry and the powerful Golden State Warriors in the Oracle Arena. On Christmas Day, the Clips will host the Warriors in LA and on March 8 they will play once again versus the Dubs in Oakland. On March 31 the last regular season game between the two title contenders will take place in the Staples Center. Clippers Vs Warriors Tickets

Clippers vs Blazers
Rip City showed its teeth last season, as it reached the Western Semis. The Clips will meet them at home on November 8 and March 4. Rip City will host Doc Rivers’s group on January 14 and the 1st of April. Clippers Vs Blazers Tickets

Clippers vs Rockets
The Houston Rockets failed to land a third superstar this summer but they will still enter the upcoming season one of the strongest contenders from the West. Dwight Howard, James Harden and Co. will host Lob City on November 28 and again on February 25. Houston will travel to LA to meet the Clips on February 11 and March 15. Clippers Vs Rockets Tickets

Clippers vs Lakers
For yet another season, the Los Angeles Clippers will be the bosses of LA. However, the intensity levels will be extremely high when the two teams play against each other. The Lakers will be the first ones to host their city-rivals, on October 31. The two teams will once again square off against each other on January 7 with the Clips being the hosts and the last two battles of LA will take place on April 5 and April 7. Clippers Vs Lakers Tickets

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Clippers 2014 – 2015 Preseason Schedule
The Los Angeles Clippers announced their 2014 NBA preseason schedule which will include Oct 7th Vs Golden State Warriors at the Staples Center, Utah Jazz on Oct 17, Phoenix Suns Oct 22 and the Clippers Vs Blazers at the Staples Center on Oct 24th as their last preseason game at home.

The Clip’s will hit the road for Oct 12th Vs Blazers at the Moda Center, Vs Jazz at the Energy Solutions Arena on Oct 13th, Vs Warriors at the Oracle Arena on Oct 21st and the Clippers Vs Nuggets at the Mandalay Bay Events Center on Oct 18th which is a great excuse to hit “Vegas Baby Vegas”!

Clippers 2014 – 2015 Schedule:
The Los Angeles Clippers will enter the 2014 – 2015 season as one of the top championship contenders. Their schedule for the upcoming season will include several difficult games. The Western Conference will be even stronger than last season. Amongst the toughest games of their schedule, the Clips will square off against the Oklahoma City Thunder, who eliminated Lob City in the Western Semis. The San Antonio Spurs will also be one of the most difficult opponents and teams like the Golden State Warriors and the Portland Trail Blazers will be very tough to beat, too. In the East, the Miami Heat and the Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be the two strongest opponents for Lob City, keeping in mind that the Indiana Pacers will be playing without Paul George.

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Lakers Announce 2014 – 2015 Preseason Schedule!
The Lakers announced their schedule of 2014 preseason games which will include the Golden State Warriors on Oct 9th and the Utah Jazz on Oct 19th at the LA Staples Center. The rest of the Lakers preseason will be spent on the road where they open up against the Denver Nuggets on Oct 6th in San Diego at the Valley View Casino Center. The Lakers and Warriors square off on Oct 12th in Ontario at the Citizens Business Bank Arena then the Utah Jazz at the Honda Center.

The last three games Lakers preseason games are at the Honda Center against the Phoenix Suns, back to Ontario where they face the Blazers on Oct 22nd then off to Las Vegas where the play the Sacramento Kings at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Los Angeles Lakers 2014 – 2015 schedule preview
The Los Angeles Lakers have made lots of changes this summer. They will be a different team in 2014 – 2015 and hopefully, they’ll do better than the previous season. The Western Conference will be highly competitive for yet another season, and the Lakers’ schedule includes lots of very difficult games. LA’s main target will be a playoff berth. The Golden State Warriors, the Los Angeles Clippers, the San Antonio Spurs, the Houston Rockets and the Portland Trail Blazers will be the top contenders from the West. The Lakers will be fighting for a playoff ticket so they will fight against teams like the Phoenix Suns, the Dallas Mavericks and the Memphis Grizzlies for a spot within the top eight ones.

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