(Video) NBA: Blazers Coach Tells George Karl Stay in His Lane After He Talks About Damian Lillard

Former NBA coach George Karl continues to throw shots at players ahead of the release of his memoir, “Furious George: My Forty Years Surviving NBA Divas, Clueless GMs and Poor Shot Selection.”  This time, however, he’s criticizing a player he never coached, Damian Lillard.

NBA: Damian Lillard: Blazers Have to ‘Play With Some Damn Heart’

Damian Lillard is not happy with his team, especially after their 135-90 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Saturday.  After the game, Lillard didn’t mince words in criticizing his team, saying the Portland Trail Blazers’ performance was “ridiculous” and that the team’s recent slide “is on us,” not the coaches.

NBA: Kevin Durant Wanted to be No. 1 Pick & Play With Blazers Until Sonics Traded Ray Allen

During the infamous 2007 NBA Draft, the Portland Trail Blazers chose Greg Oden with the No. 1 pick, while the Seattle Supersonics drafted Kevin Durant with the No. 2 pick.  Because of injuries Oden never got to live out the high expectations many had for him, and Durant went on to become one of the top 5 players in the NBA.  Now of course in hindsight Durant should’ve been the No. 1 pick and he definitely wanted to be, but he eventually was glad to be chosen by Sonics instead.

NBA: C.J. McCollum & Trail Blazers Agree to 4-Year, $106 Million Contract Extension

The 2015-16 Most Improved Player award recipient is now getting paid handsomely for his efforts.

(Video) NFL: Snoop Dogg To Appear On Pittsburg Steelers’ Le’Veon Bell’s Album

You read correctly, Steeler’s RB, Le’Veon Bell was serious about that album and Snoopy D-O-double-Gizzy was serious about a collaboration.

(Video) NBA: Stephen Curry Tells Blazers & Fans “I’m Back” While Going OFF in Overtime

An ankle injury caused Stephen Curry to miss two games against the Rockets and a knee injury kept Curry out for four games; one against the Rockets and three against the Trail Blazers.  The back-to-back MVP returned for game 4 against the Blazers and showed why he deserved that honor.  He of course started off a little rusty, going 0-9 from 3 pt range and only 13 points in the 1st three quarters, but towards the end of the 4th quarter and in overtime, Curry went off.  He was 5-7 from three-point range and added 27 more points including 17 points in overtime, an NBA record.

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