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After New York Knicks president Phil Jackson figures out the teams coaching situation, he next must turn his attention to superstar Carmelo Anthony .
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Three games on Wednesday night, two series where Game 1 followed form and one - Portland beating Houston - that could be shaping up as one of the best first round series in either conference.
Dave from Blazer's Edge and I look back on game one, and look towards game two of Rockets-Blazers.
Mike Woodson and Tyrone Corbin lost their jobs, and Rick Adelman decided it was time to walk away from his.
Dwight Howard was supposed to dominate the Portland Trail Blazers inside for the Houston Rockets .
Ed. Note: Yesterday the Hardwood Paroxysm crew had a very spirited debate about the purpose, the merits, and the endgame behind the league issuing a statement about the blown call at the end of the Blazers-Rockets first playoff game, as well as the league's statements about other controversial calls.
NBA playoff games are often like chess matches. In Sunday's opening victory over Houston at the Toyota Center, Portland coach Terry Stotts put his counterpart with the Rockets, Kevin McHale, at checkmate at least a couple of times.
The health of Patrick Beverley's right knee figures to be a key storyline as the Trail Blazers and Houston Rockets continue their best-of-seven playoff series.
Myles Chefetz does a tasting in the kitchen at Prime Fish with chef Todd Zimmer, April 14, 2014.
The Trail Blazers and Houston Rockets return to work today after Sunday's scintillating Game 1 of their Western Conference series in which Portland pulled out a 122-120 victory at the Toyota Center.
Apr 20, 2014; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard walks onto the court during overtime against the Portland Trail Blazers in game one during the first round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Toyota Center.
It's a testament to the nature of sports and athletes in general that LaMarcus Aldridge will probably only be thinking about his sixth and final foul after the Portland Trail Blazers ' 122-120 victory in Game 1 of their playoff series against the Houston Rockets .
An awkward moment for the Angels: Ian Kinsler went to steal second and thanks to a comedy of errors, ended up at home.
Everything seemed pretty loosey-goosey as the Trail Blazers wrapped up their practice session Saturday night at the Toyota Center.
Tim Duncan used all four years of eligibility at Wake Forest en route to four championships, while Kobe Bryant won five titles without ever setting foot on a college campus.