Wednesday, November 26, 2008

11.26.08 Edition of the Podcast

This week's Thanksgiving edition of the podcast featuring Gavin Dawson of 95.5 The Game, Dave Deckard of Blazer's Edge (the blogger most preferred by the New York Media Elite) and myself, Casey Holdahl, of is now available for your listening pleasure.

This week we talk about Oden's re-addition to the starting lineup, the return of Martell Webster, LaMarcus Aldridge's shooting slump, where the Trail Blazers sit in the Northwest Division and Gavin's Hawaiian vacation. Give thanks!

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tubbyd said...

It is amazing to me how many times this season one Blazer hits a 3, we get a stop on D, then come down and another Blazers hits a 3. It is this kind of basketball I personally have been waiting for. The more I see of this team the more I believe they will easily make the play-offs and may even make some noise! I am looking forward to Martels return next week, I just wonder how Nate is going to handle the minutes? Nice challenge to have I suppose. What a game tonight. Another highlight reel game. Especially Rudy and Travis dunking the ball! GO BLAZERS!

BRoyFTW said...

Gavin admits to being a troll because he is impatient. Oden's stats are better than Dwight's rookie year if you take into account minutes. Dwight was younger at the time, but Greg is coming in off a major injury. Get off his back guys. Greg is looks much better out there. I love seeing him slowly progress.

People are too critical of him. Greg just needs practice. The talent is there.

Steve said...

I can understand Gavin's disappointment in Greg because Greg has struggled offensively and hasn't looked like a superstar. But the bottom line is that the Blazers are winning games and look like a team that has a great chance of making the playoffs. If Nate called more plays for Greg and played him for 30 minutes every night, there is no doubt in my mind that Greg would be averaging 15 and 10 and nobody would be doubting him like they are now. I also think we would be a worse team in that scenario. Right now wins come first and Greg's development and numbers are not important. Let's focus on how great this team is playing, especially given their schedule.