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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby Dmastawwe on Sat Dec 08, 2012 10:14 am

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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby Justine. on Sat Dec 08, 2012 6:35 pm

Can we get more clues?
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby Lamrock on Sun Dec 09, 2012 7:42 am

Sure thing. Here are the respective player roles for the acquired players: sixth man, role player, bench warmer
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby Martti. on Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:45 am

I'll change my 2nd round pick for Darko Milicic.
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby Khanwarrior on Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:48 pm

Fab Melo instead of the 2nd round
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby dare on Sun Dec 09, 2012 4:50 pm

Boston, Lee, Wilcox, Darko
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby hova- on Sun Dec 09, 2012 7:23 pm

Well its tough to say, but your sixth man can hit threes, Lee from the Celtics could be the guy, but maybe also Korver. Was thinking of Foye or Mo Williams maybe ... but it's really tough to say. You did not give up too much ...
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby Lamrock on Mon Dec 10, 2012 5:35 am

Thanks guys. A few hours left to get in your picks. So far, at least somebody will be receiving points.
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby Valor on Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:02 pm

Somehow I too think Darko's involved so Boston, Barbosa, Feb Melo, and Darko :)
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby Justine. on Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:44 pm

Celtics, Lee, Wilcox, Melo.
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby hova- on Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:19 pm

Although I think that the Atlanta trade is most likely, I go with Randy Foye, Earl Watson and Jeremy Evans. (although this kills the don't make trades in your division rule)
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby Agent420 on Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:57 pm

Honeybucket?? Hahahaha. Excremento is a funny piece too. I love how you tie humor in to the story. Simple and to the point story. Enjoyed catching up. Whatever the trade is, you need some help to flip that record. Following.
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Re: [16-20] The New Jailblazers | Behind The Scenes 3 (Trade

Postby Lamrock on Tue Dec 11, 2012 2:23 am

TRAIL BLAZERS ACQUIRE JASON TERRY

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Portland Trail Blazers trade Nolan Smith, Luke Babbitt, Dan Gadzuric, 2014 2nd rounder to Boston Celtics for Jason Terry, Chris Wilcox, Jason Collins

The Blazers and Celtics made shockwaves around the league as the Blazers acquire disgruntled combo guard Jason Terry from the Celtics in a six player deal. Terry, buried in a rotation behind Avery Bradley and Courtney Lee, was disgruntled with a lack of playing time, and the Celtics opted to jettison him and his $21 million dollar contract.

Portland improves their depth considerably, replacing the improving Nolan Smith with Jason Terry, a much better, but also much older player. Terry's contract is a major concern, as he will be paid $8 million in his final season at age 37. However, a player of Terry's caliber with championship experience and sharp shooting should be a huge boost off the bench. Nolan Smith had a promising season, but the major thing the Blazers sacrificed was cap flexibility. In that sense, the trade is a huge risk. The second trade in six weeks for the team could also hurt this team's reportedly strong chemistry. Chris Wilcox could be a gem though, as he'll shore up the backup power forward position.

The Celtics, at 22-17, will be looking to rebuild soon, and Jason Terry's contract was immediately regrettable. Terry was on the block for some time, and as a result, Boston essentially gave up their off-season pick-ups for cap room and a couple middling prospects. From a talent standpoint, they lose the deal, but long term, they save $20 million. The true winners of this trade may not be known for a couple years.

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Jason Terry
Age 35 | 7.9 PPG, 11.8 MPG (11-12: 15.1 PPG, 3.6 APG, 31.7 MPG)
Chris Wilcox
Age 30 | 1.7 PPG, 2.3 RPG (11-12: 5.4 PPG, 4.4 RPG, 17.2 MPG)
Jason Collins
Age 34 | 0 PPG, 1.3 RPG, 4.2 MPG (11-12: 1.3 PPG, 1.6 RPG, 10.3 MPG)

Celtics get:
Nolan Smith
Age 24 | 8.4 PPG, 3.4 APG, 2.2 RPG, 18.6 MPG (11-12: 3.8 PPG, 1.4 APG, 12.3 MPG)
Luke Babbitt
Age 23 | 11-12: 5.1 PPG, 2.4 RPG
Dan Gadzuric
Age 34 | 11-12: 5 rebounds, 2 games, 13 minutes
2014 2nd round draft pick (POR)

Shelden Williams Waived
Jason Collins Waived

Ike Diogu signed to 1 yr, minimum contract

Rotation:

PG - Damian Lillard | Starter
SG - Wesley Matthews | Starter
SF - Nicolas Batum | Starter
PF - LaMarcus Aldridge | Starter
C - Chuck Hayes | Starter
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G - Jason Terry | Sixth Man
F/C - Chris Wilcox | Role Player
F - James Posey | Role Player
G - Ronnie Price | Role Player
C - Meyers Leonard | Prospect
F - Tyler Honeycutt | Prospect
F/C - Ike Diogu | Bench Warmer
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G - Elliot Williams | Injured/Prospect


NLSC PROSPECTS

I'll admit I've been bad about this. Starting season 2, I'm leaning towards monthly recaps. The plan is to go several seasons. Dmastawwe gets the final spot in the 2013 draft class, but 2014 is open to any and all who wish to be included. Just send me a PM.

Justine, dare, Martti and Khanwarrior won the contest, scoring 10 points apiece. Valor gets five for picking Boston and hova- and Dmastawwe three for participating with good guesses of their own. Thanks or participating, and the next opportunity to win points (and first to spend them) will be at the all-star break. Stay tuned.
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby hova- on Tue Dec 11, 2012 6:03 am

From a RL standpoint, this trade is unfair. But considering Terry's poor numbers in this one, I guess this deal is okay, especially with the Cs not having a proper backup PG.

Terry is a beast when you use him well, he can shoot the ball extremely well coming around screens and hitting threes. Definitely good for you. Wilcox sucks, Collins can give fouls. Good trade (Y)
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby Sit on Tue Dec 11, 2012 6:43 am

I definitely had no idea how this was gonna go down. I like the acquisition for you. A short term solution for your team! :)

Maybe bring back Sheed one day before he kicks the bucket
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby Lamrock on Tue Dec 11, 2012 7:24 am

hova-, Yeah, this trade wouldn't be remotely fair in real life since Nolan Smith sucks and Terry's getting minutes. As it were, Terry was so dejected that his rating had declined to the point where Smith's was higher. The deal helps us big time in the short term. Terry is indeed good in the game, while Wilcox is a serviceable big. I did waive Collins though. I cut Shelden because he sucked and his bad attitude over not playing put our chemistry in jeopardy.

Sit, Indeed, I have the need for Sheed, but sadly he is not in my rosters. Maybe I'll sneak him into a draft
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby Khanwarrior on Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:56 am

Pretty good trade for you. I thought of Jason Terry but when I thought of what you would have to give away I thought you would not go for him, but overall a solid trade for both teams.
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby mrmoves20 on Tue Dec 11, 2012 1:21 pm

First post on the story, but I've been reading for a while now. Good acquisition of Terry in the short term, but in the long run, like you said, is unknown yet.
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby Durant35 on Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:15 pm

Going for the championship I see! THE JET IN THE HOUSE Y'ALL!
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby Agent420 on Wed Dec 12, 2012 2:01 pm

JET! That's a huge trade for you. You are going to have a lot of scoring off the bench now. I agree with Sit, it would be awesome if you could bring back Sheed, too bad you don't have him on your roster. Why not call Bonzi and Grant out of retirement as well, haha.
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby Sit on Wed Dec 12, 2012 3:42 pm

Don't worry man - I'm in same boat as you. Sheed-less roster :(
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby hova- on Wed Dec 12, 2012 6:47 pm

Agent420, bringing back Wells would be a great idea :D About Grant ... I thought he has Parkinson, was a great hustle player back in the days.
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby Valor on Wed Dec 12, 2012 9:37 pm

Woah, nobody saw this coming! Huge steal for your team, I see you guys getting some more Ws now (Y)
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Re: [18-21] The New Jailblazers | Portland Acquires JET

Postby Lamrock on Thu Dec 13, 2012 1:50 am

WEEK TWELVE: 1/14 - 1/20
Record: 19-21 (3-1) | 5th in division, 10th in conference

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It was one of the best weeks of the season thus far for Portland, as they improved their spot in the race for the 8th seed, and more importantly shored up the bench with the Jason Terry trade. Now roughly halfway through the season, Portland will need to step up if they want to keep their post-season hopes alive. If the first game with Terry is any indication though, this team could be the #1 seed's worst nightmare.

Five Scorers Score 15+ As Blazers Beat Thunder
1/13/2013 - Thunder 100 @ Blazers 105

After taking control in the third quarter, the Blazers used a well balanced attack to defeat the division leading Thunder 105-100. The game was competitive throughout. but the Blazers managed to hold off the Thunder thanks to 53% shooting from the field.

OKC 19 28 23 30 | 100 [22-15] - Westbrook: 26/4/7; Durant: 25/6/2; K. Martin: 15/5/1
POR 16 25 34 31 | 105 [17-20] - Batum: 17/9/3; Matthews: 22/2/2; Aldridge: 15/8/1

Blazers Can't Beat Nuggets in OT
1/15/2013 - Blazers 102 @ Nuggets 105 [OT]

Damian Lillard had 25 points and 9 assists, but it wasn't enough, as the Denver Nuggets beat the Blazers 105-102 in an overtime epic. Denver shared the ball and played solid defense while Portland stayed in the game with ten three point makes. Ultimately, the road team fell short on the road and lost to the now division-leading Denver Nuggets, 105-102.

POR 29 19 23 20 11 | 102 [17-21] - Lillard: 25/2/9; Batum: 21/6/3; Aldridge: 17/11/3
DEN 20 25 21 25 14 | 105 [26-15] - W. Chandler: 21/6/2; Iguodala: 9/6/12; McGee: 15/7/2

Aldridge Leads Blazers Past Cavs
1/16/2013 - Cavaliers 95 @ Blazers 104

The struggling Cavaliers weren't expected to beat the Blazers, and despite shooting 51% from the field, they didn't. Thanks to a staggering +27 advantage from the free throw line for the home team Blazers, Portland was able to cruise to victory. Kyrie Irving had a huge game for Cleveland, but it was far from enough.

CLE 21 21 26 27 | 95 [13-28] - Irving: 30/8/8; T. Thompson: 16/6/3; Waiters: 14/3/1
POR 31 26 21 26 | 104 [18-21] - Aldridge: 26/8/0; Batum: 16/7/4; N. Smith: 14/4/5

Blazers Dominate Bucks In First Game Since Trade
1/19/2013 - Bucks 92 @ Blazers 100

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Damian Lillard had 16 points and 16 assists, Aldridge had 22 and 7, and newcomer Jason Terry had 15 points and 4 assists as the Blazers defeat the Bucks in a game that was less close than the final score suggested. The game was close early on, but hot shooting from three point land gave Portland an eight point edge going into halftime.

In the third, Jennings shot the Bucks out of the game as Milwaukee fell behind by double digits and all attempts to slow Portland's momentum failed. The Blazers led by as many as 19 points, before settling for a Chalupa-worthy 100-92 victory. Chris Wilcox, also acquired in the Nolan Smith trade, had 2 points and 5 assists. Portland improves to 19-21 on the season and a game and a half behind 8th place Utah in the West.

MIL 22 23 19 28 | 92 [16-23] - Jennings: 19/3/7, 9-30 FG; Udoh: 8/8/1; Ellis: 8/0/2, 4-7 FG
POR 25 28 26 21 | 100 [19-21] - Lillard: 16/3/16; Aldridge: 22/7/1, 11-14 FG; Matthews: 20/2/1, 8-9 FG, 4-5 3pt

Division Standings

2 Oklahoma City 25-15
3 Denver 25-16
5 Minnesota 22-15
8 Utah 21-20
Portland 19-21
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Re: [19-21] The New Jailblazers | Week Twelve (Terry's debut

Postby Valor on Thu Dec 13, 2012 3:20 pm

Too bad about not being able to close out the Nuggets, almost went 4-0 :applaud:
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Re: [19-21] The New Jailblazers | Week Twelve (Terry's debut

Postby #thierry on Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:27 am

Man you're way ahead of me. Love the trade for the Jet. (Y)
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Re: [19-21] The New Jailblazers | Week Twelve (Terry's debut

Postby Lamrock on Mon Dec 17, 2012 3:28 am

WEEK THIRTEEN: 1/21 - 1/27
Record: 21-22 (2-1) | 5th in division, 10th in conference

It was another solid week for the Trail Blazers as they stretched their winning streak to four games, before falling back below .500 with a sobering loss to the Clippers. Nonetheless, Portland's positioning in the playoff picture is looking better by the day, and they stand just a half game behind the Jazz for eighth place.

Batum Goes Down Blazers Defeat Wizards
1/21/2013 - Wizards 108 @ Blazers 113

Blazer fans were biting their nails when forward Nicolas Batum went down with a bruised sternum late in the fourth. Luckily, it was just that and the Blazers were able to eke out their third straight victory with a win over the Washington Wizards. Portland led for most of the game, but a spirited run led by John Wall made it competitive late. However, Matthews, Batum, Aldridge, Terry and Lillard all had at least 19 points as Portland wins it 113-108.

WAS 30 20 32 26 | 108 [15-24] - Wall: 24/3/10; Nene: 13/6/1; Jordan Crawford: 15/2/2
POR 24 36 33 20 | 113 [20-21] - Lillard: 19/7/9; Matthews: 24/2/3; Aldridge: 20/8/1

Blazers Rout Struggling Pacers To Hit .500
1/23/2013 - Pacers 98 @ Blazers 123

Portland improves to 21-21 and 3-0 post-trade with a blowout win over the Indiana Pacers. The game was never even close as Portland led 70-54 at half, and never looked back. Nicolas Batum and Damian Lillard had huge games while free agency signing Gerald Green was the only player who showed up for the Pacers, who are in danger of following up last season's playoff run with a lottery finish as they are 18-26 at the halfway mark.

IND 28 26 19 25 | 98 [18-26] - G. Green: 23/5/1; Granger: 19/6/0; George: 13/7/3
POR 31 39 24 29 | 123 [21-21] - Lillard: 28/2/13, 12-17 FG; Batum: 32/5/0; Aldridge: 16/8/1

Nothing But The Blake Show As Blazers Win Streak Ends At 4
1/26/2013 - Clippers 112 @ Blazers 93

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The Clippers got off to a fast start and the Blazers never recovered. Blake Griffin had 34 points and 14 rebounds while Chris Paul had 22 and 12 in the 112-93 blowout win. Despite solid outings from Batum and Terry, the game was never very close. LaMarcus Aldridge struggled throughout, posting a decent line but on 4-17 shooting from the field.

The Blazers fall to 21-22 with the loss, keeping them a half game behind the Utah Jazz and Phoenix Suns for the 8th and final spot in the playoff picture. The Clippers meanwhile improve to 27-18, putting them in fourth place. These two teams will play each other tomorrow night but at Staples. A win in Portland has got to be a good sign for Clippers fans.

LAC 38 25 17 32 | 112 [27-18] - Griffin: 34/14/0; Paul: 22/5/12; Billups: 20/1/1, 5-7 FG
POR 22 23 25 23 | 93 [21-22] - Batum: 22/9/0; Terry: 17/0/3, 6-9 FG; Aldridge: 15/8/1

Division Standings

1 Denver 28-17
2 Oklahoma City 27-17
6 Minnesota 24-17
8 Utah 22-22
Portland 21-22
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Re: [21-22] The New Jailblazers | Week Thirteen (!!!)

Postby Mark. on Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:38 am

Man you are powering through this season.
Really like the Jet move, just what you need to make that playoffs push!
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Re: [21-22] The New Jailblazers | Week Thirteen (!!!)

Postby Khanwarrior on Mon Dec 17, 2012 11:11 am

Solid week man. Keep at it :applaud:
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Re: [21-22] The New Jailblazers | Week Thirteen (!!!)

Postby Valor on Tue Dec 18, 2012 12:29 am

Losing to the Clippers was unavoidable, at least you beat the teams you are supposed to beat (Y)
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Re: [21-22] The New Jailblazers | Week Thirteen (!!!)

Postby Lamrock on Tue Dec 18, 2012 4:28 am

Thanks guys. I'm still quite ahead of the story in-game, so recaps are still back-logged. January recap should be up later in the day.
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Re: [21-22] The New Jailblazers | Week Thirteen (!!!)

Postby Lamrock on Tue Dec 18, 2012 8:24 am

January 2013 In Review

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NBA Standings

Western Conference

1 Oklahoma City 28-18 | .609%
2 San Antonio 29-19 | .604% | GB: 0
3 LA Clippers 28-19 | .596% | GB: .5
4 Denver 28-19 | .596% | GB: .5
5 Minnesota 25-17 | .595% | GB: 1
6 Golden State 27-19 | .587% | GB: 1
7 LA Lakers 25-21 | .543% | GB: 3
8 Phoenix 24-22 | .522% | GB: 4
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Houston 23-25 | .479% | GB: 6
Utah 22-24 | .478% | GB: 6
Portland 21-24 | .467% | GB: 6.5
Dallas 21-25 | .457% | GB: 7
Sacramento 17-30 | .362% | GB: 11.5
New Orleans 16-30 | .348% | GB: 12
Memphis 14-31 | .311% | GB: 13.5

Eastern Conference

1 Miami 31-11 | .738%
2 Philadelphia 32-13 | .711% | GB: .5
3 Chicago 30-16 | .652% | GB: 3
4 Brooklyn 27-19 | .587% | GB: 6
5 Boston 25-20 | .556% | GB: 7.5
6 Detroit 25-21 | .543% | GB: 8
7 New York 22-21 | .512% | GB: 9.5
8 Orlando 21-24 | .467% | GB: 11.5
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Atlanta 20-25 | .444% | GB: 12.5
Milwaukee 19-25 | .432% | GB: 13
Indiana 20-27 | .426% | GB: 13.5
Washington 18-26 | .409% | GB: 14
Toronto 16-30 | .348% | GB: 17
Charlotte 15-30 | .333% | GB: 17.5
Cleveland 14-32 | .304% | GB: 19

Blazers Player Stats:

Aldridge: 21.7 PPG, 8.2 RPG
Batum: 17.4 PPG, 6.5 RPG, 2.2 APG
Lillard: 16.5 PPG, 7.1 APG, 3.2 RPG
Matthews: 13.7 PPG, 4 RPG, 3.1 APG
Terry: 8.6 PPG, 0.9 APG
Leonard: 3.8 PPG, 3.8 PPG
Honeycutt: 3.7 PPG, 1.3 RPG
Price: 3.2 PPG, 2.5 APG
Posey: 2.8 PPG, 2.3 RPG
Hayes: 1.9 PPG, 6.6 RPG
Wilcox: 1.8 PPG, 2.5 RPG

Lillard Wins January West Rookie of the Month

Image Blazers guard Damian Lillard wins the Western Conference Rookie of the Month award for January 2013. Lillard is averaging 16.5 points, 7.1 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game for the 21-24 Blazers. This is his second rookie of the month award.

Players of the Month:
WEST: Jeremy Lin (HOU) | EAST: LeBron James (MIA)
Rookies of the Month:
WEST: Damian Lillard (POR) | EAST: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (CHA)

Race To The MVP

Image 1. LeBron James: 25 PPG, 8.6 RPG, 6.4 APG, 2.1 SPG (Heat: 31-11)
LeBron is the best player on the best team in the league, and is probably also the league's best player.
Image 2. Jrue Holiday: 18.4 PPG, 8.6 APG, 4.5 RPG, 2.2 SPG (76ers: 32-13)
The Sixers are the hottest team in the league, and the much improved Jrue Holiday has been the catalyst for their success.
Image 3. Deron Williams: 22.4 PPG, 9 APG, 4 RPG (Nets: 27-19)
Williams is having a huge season for the resurgent Brooklyn Nets.
Image 4. Kevin Durant: 25.6 PPG, 8.2 RPG (Thunder: 28-18)
Oklahoma City has underachieved a bit this season, but you can't blame Durant, who has had yet another great year.
Image 5. Tim Duncan: 19 PPG, 9.6 RPG, 2.8 APG (Spurs: 29-19)
It's been a renaissance year for Duncan, who is still nearly putting up 20 and 10 for the immortal Spurs.
6. Dwyane Wade: 24.7 PPG, 5.2 RPG, 4 APG (Heat: 31-11)
Wade would be a real MVP contender if not for the fact that the favorite is on his team.
7. Kevin Love: 25.3 PPG, 11.3 RPG (Timberwolves: 25-17)
The Wolves appear to be ending their league leading eight season playoff drought, and the always-dominant Kevin Love has been the catalyst.
8. Derrick Rose: 22 PPG, 6.1 APG, 4.3 RPG (Bulls: 30-16)
Rose surprised all by returning early from injury, and he has the Bulls rolling again.
9. Chris Paul: 17.3 PPG, 7.7 APG, 5.3 RPG, 2.3 SPG (Clippers: 28-19)
The Clippers are still in play for the top seed and Paul has been the reason why, putting in another phenomenal season.
10. Carmelo Anthony: 26.8 PPG, 7.8 RPG, 3.3 APG (Knicks: 22-21)
The Knicks have struggled all season with injuries, but Melo has been the rock, leading the league in scoring and carrying the Knicks above water.

Outside looking in: Kobe Bryant (LAL); Russell Westbrook (OKC); Josh Smith (ATL); Jeremy Lin (HOU); LaMarcus Aldridge (POR)

Transaction Report:

1/1 - Lakers sign Dwight Howard to 5 yr, $106.45M extension
1/2 - Thunder trade G James Harden, G Daequan Cook, F Nick Collison to Rockets for G Kevin Martin, G/F Jeremy Lamb, F Jon Brockman, '13 1st rounder
1/5 - Bucks sign G Beno Udrih to 3 yr, $4.9M extension
1/7 - Thunder trade '13 first rounder (HOU), Hasheem Thabeet to Rockets for F JaJuan Johnson
1/9 - Bulls trade Hinrich to Hawks for Kyle Korver, 2014 1st Rounder
1/10 - Warriors trade Richard Jefferson to Hornets for Alonzo Gee
1/17 - Blazers trade Nolan Smith, Luke Babbitt, Dan Gadzuric, 2014 2nd rounder to Celtics for Jason Terry, Chris Wilcox, Jason Collins
1/17 - Blazers waive Shelden Williams
1/18 - Blazers waive Jason Collins
1/19 - Blazers sign Ike Diogu to 1 yr, minimum deal
1/25 - Pacers trade George Hill To 76ers for Spencer Hawes
1/26 - Blazers sign G Luther Head to 1 yr, minimum deal
1/28 - Pistons trade Leandro Barbosa, Austin Daye to Bucks for Ersan Ilyasova, Mike Dunleavy
1/29 - Mavericks sign Tyler Hansbrough to 3 yr, $8.3M deal
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Re: [21-24] The New Jailblazers | January In Review + R2MVP!

Postby Mark. on Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:09 am

Still not far off the playoffs. Really need to string together a few wins in a row to move up the pack. Very closely contested there in the West, where as the East is a bit more open.

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Re: [21-24] The New Jailblazers | January In Review + R2MVP!

Postby Khanwarrior on Tue Dec 18, 2012 2:03 pm

The Sixers have not been on this type streak since the AI days. (Y) :D
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Re: [21-24] The New Jailblazers | January In Review + R2MVP!

Postby hova- on Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:40 pm

Wow, you rank Holiday at 2nd? I mean, maybe it also has sth to do with Bynum. Apart from that, you made some steps, only 2 1/2 games behind, that is okay. How did the Mavs get Hansbrough? They seem to struggle just like I do, but I guess they have Dirk.

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Re: [21-24] The New Jailblazers | January In Review + R2MVP!

Postby Agent420 on Tue Dec 18, 2012 8:41 pm

On the outside looking in. You should be able to make a run in to the playoffs with newly acquired Terry. Hawes and Hibbert frontcourt for the Pacers?? Crazy. You need to get Aldridge in to the top 10 for the MVP race. Start putting up some fat numbers. Overall, good job brother. Keeping the Blazers semi-relivent when they were starting to plummet.
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Re: [21-24] The New Jailblazers | January In Review + R2MVP!

Postby Valor on Wed Dec 19, 2012 1:06 pm

Kyle Korver's back in Chicago! Don't like how we gave up Captain Kirk but oh well, got a first rounder back anyways :P
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Re: [21-24] The New Jailblazers | January In Review + R2MVP!

Postby Durant35 on Wed Dec 19, 2012 2:09 pm

Nick Collison for Jon Brockman WTF. Nice month though, Blazers are definitely improving! Challenging you to get 3rd in the NW after February!
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Re: [21-24] The New Jailblazers | January In Review + R2MVP!

Postby Lamrock on Thu Dec 20, 2012 1:56 am

hova-, I used the game's MVP race for the top 5 nominees and went from there. Holiday has a solid case though. Hansbrough meanwhile was swapped for Dahntay Jones and signed to an extension.

February is up next. Are the Blazers done dealing? Is L.A. an all-star? Does Portland suck all along?
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Re: [21-24] The New Jailblazers | January In Review + R2MVP!

Postby Lamrock on Fri Dec 21, 2012 4:04 pm

WEEK FOURTEEN: 1/28 - 2/4
Record: 23-24 (2-2) | 4th in division; 9th in conference; 16th in Power Rankings

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Clippers Edge Blazers In Overtime
1/27/2013 - Blazers 95 @ Clippers 96 [OT]

The score was much closer but the result was ultimately the same as the Clippers defeated the Portland Trail Blazers for the second straight night. The Clippers got huge nights from their two superstars and overcame a fourth quarter Portland run to win in OT. The win improves the Clippers to 28-18, while Portland falls to 21-23.

POR 26 15 23 22 9 | 95 [21-23] - Aldridge: 16/15/5 blks; Lillard: 16/3/9; Matthews: 20/5/1
LAC 25 24 25 12 10 | 96 [28-18] - Griffin: 28/13/5; Paul: 14/3/12; C. Butler: 14/6/2

Mavericks Upset Blazers In Portland
1/29/2013 - Mavericks 108 @ Blazers 101

The Dallas Mavericks came into the Rose Garden ready to play. Two teams both on the outside looking in of the playoff picture, the Mavericks dominated for most of the game before holding off the Blazers to win it 108-101. The win improves Dallas to 20-25, three games behind eighth place Phoenix; while Portland falls to 21-24, two games behind the Suns.

DAL 28 22 36 22 | 108 [20-25] - Marion: 16/7/2; Mayo: 21/1/5; Kaman: 16/5/2
POR 24 20 25 32 | 101 [21-24] - Aldridge: 22/14/1; Matthews: 20/2/3; Lillard: 19/7/3

Jefferson-less Jazz Blown Out By 40 At Home
2/2/2013 - Blazers 112 @ Jazz 72

Without leading scorer and potential all-star Al Jefferson out, some thought the Blazers just might have a chance against the Jazz in Utah. How right they were. The Jazz offense was flat from the start, while it seemed like everything was falling for Portland. A tremendous first half put the Blazers up 48-30 at intermission.

In the third quarter, LaMarcus Aldridge went to work, scoring 14 of his 27 in the pivotal third quarter, in which the Blazers made 83% (15-18) of their shots and put the game out of reach. Luther Head debuted for the Blazers, scoring 4 points and grabbing 3 rebounds in just 6 minutes of garbage time. The Blazers leapfrog the Jazz in the standings to improve to 22-24, but must play this team again tomorrow at the Rose Garden.

POR 22 26 36 28 | 112 [22-24] - Lillard: 22/5/7; Aldridge: 27/7/1; R. Price: 11/3/4
UTA 15 15 23 19 | 72 [22-25] - Marvin Williams: 12/6/2; Burks: 10/3/2; Millsap: 6/7/0

Blazers Take Second Game Of Back-To-Back In Nailbiter
2/3/2013 - Jazz 98 @ Blazers 102

Utah scored more points in the first quarter than they did in the entire first half of last night's game against Portland, but unfortunately, it was still not enough. Still missing the injured Al Jefferson, the Jazz managed to get solid games from also-rans Randy Foye and Josh Howard, but a late fourth quarter comeback and huge game from Aldridge sealed the win for Portland, as they send their division rivals. Portland moves within a game-and-a-half of 8th place, while Utah falls to 12th place.

UTA 32 26 24 16 | 98 [22-26] - J. Howard: 20/7/2; Foye: 21/1/2; Mo Williams: 11/6/7
POR 23 27 28 24 | 102 [23-24] - Aldridge: 27/10/1; Batum: 15/8/3; Lillard: 15/6/6

Standings

1 Oklahoma City 29-18
2 LA Clippers 29-19
3 Denver 29-19
4 San Antonio 29-20
5 Minnesota 26-18
6 Golden State 27-20
7 LA Lakers 26-21
8 Phoenix 25-23
Portland 23-24
Houston 23-26
Dallas 22-25
Utah 22-26

Headlines

Bucks trade Samuel Dalembert, Ekpe Udoh to Wizards for Nene, Martell Webster

Blazers' Lillard Still RotY Front-Runner

Rockets' Harden Out 6-8 Weeks With Ankle Sprain

76ers On 12 Game Winning Streak, Top Power Rankings

All-Star Starters Revealed:

West:
G - Chris Paul (LAC)
G - Kobe Bryant (LAL)
F - Kevin Durant (OKC)
F - Kevin Love (MIN)
C - Dwight Howard (LAL)

East:
G - Deron Williams (BKN)
G - Derrick Rose (CHI)
F - LeBron James (MIA)
F - Carmelo Anthony (NYK)
C - Andrew Bynum (PHI)
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Re: [23-24] The New Jailblazers | Week Fourteen (Jan. 28-Feb

Postby Durant35 on Fri Dec 21, 2012 4:09 pm

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Postby hova- on Fri Dec 21, 2012 7:27 pm

You're sneaking in there. Only 2.5 games behind, I think you can still manage to get into the Playoffs. The question is: Does it help you to get there? I don't see you beating OKC or LAC which would leave you being stuck in mediocrity. A high draft pick would be very important if you ask me. Maybe you can trade for one, but this would mean giving away Batum as your only "star" player that seems tradeable.

Apart from that, the 76ers are streaking - Holiday for MVP ;)
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Postby Kenny on Sat Dec 22, 2012 1:47 am

All-Star starters look about right (although, I'm surprised Love made it in over Blake). You're having a pretty good season as well. I hope you can get at least an 8th seed and attempt to surprise the Thunder in the first round.
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Re: [23-24] The New Jailblazers | Week Fourteen (Jan. 28-Feb

Postby Mark. on Sat Dec 22, 2012 9:11 am

Still just on the outside looking in. Hopefully your team is saving it for a late run, would hate for this all to be a tease :P
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Re: [23-24] The New Jailblazers | Week Fourteen (Jan. 28-Feb

Postby Khanwarrior on Sat Dec 22, 2012 9:54 am

You're close to the 8th seed which is good but I don't see the point about being the 8th after half of the season because the west top teams are really good so I think it would be better in that situation to go for high pick like hova said, but we will see what you do. :D Jrue should be starting for the east allstars (N)
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Postby Durant35 on Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:27 pm

I also think you should relinquish the seeds to the others, we need to get into the lottery and get a top 5 prospect or at least a lottery pick.
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Re: [23-24] The New Jailblazers | Week Fourteen (Jan. 28-Feb

Postby Lamrock on Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:50 am

WEEK FIFTEEN: Feb. 4 - Feb. 10
Record: 25-25 (2-1) | 4th in division, 9th in conference, 14th in Power Rankings (^2)

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Love Leads Wolves Past Blazers
2/4/2013 - Blazers 84 @ Timberwolves 89

Thanks to 24 points and 19 boards from Kevin Love, the Wolves held off the Trail Blazers to pick up the win. Aldridge and Lillard did all they could to keep Portland in the game but the shots weren't falling from outside. "We live by the three and die by the three. That needs to change," commented Blazer coach Terry Stotts. Portland falls to 23-25 with the loss.

POR 15 20 23 26 | 84 [23-25] - Aldridge: 21/15/1; Lillard: 20/7/4; Terry: 12/1/1, 4-16 FG
MIN 30 14 23 22 | 89 [27-18] - Love: 24/19/1; Roy: 14/5/2; Pekovic: 11/6/0

Dirk A Non-Factor As Blazers Dominate Mavs In Dallas
2/6/2013 - Blazers 104 @ Mavericks 93

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Damian Lillard had 22 points and a career high-tying 16 assists, while Aldridge and Matthews also sported monster lines as the Blazers had control from start to finish, defeating the Mavericks 104-93. After a tied first quarter, hot shooting from Wesley Matthews and Damian Lillard gave Portland a double digit lead early on. With O.J. Mayo and Darren Collison taking all the shots for Dallas, Dirk was held to 8 points.

Dallas managed to stay in the game throughout courtesy of a -9 turnover advantage. However, LaMarcus Aldridge went to work late, while Wesley Matthews couldn't miss from outside as the Blazers defeat the Mavericks 104-93. The loss may signal a move from the Mavs at the trade deadline, as they likely face missing the playoffs for the first time in 13 seasons. The Blazers meanwhile continue to fight to stay in the race for the final playoff seed, improving to 24-25.

POR 22 30 24 28 | 104 [24-25] - Lillard: 22/4/16; Matthews: 22/7/6, 8-11 FG, 4-4 3pt
DAL 22 23 25 23 | 93 [22-27] - D. Collison: 19/2/14; Mayo: 24/2/3; Nowitzki: 8/9/5, 3-7 FG

Blazers Hold Off Shorthanded Rockets
2/8/2013 - Blazers 111 @ Rockets 107

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The Blazers seized an opportunity to get back to .500 on the road with a win over the shorthanded Houston Rockets. Without starting wings James Harden and Chandler Parsons, the Rockets were dominated in the first quarter, courtesy of 16 first quarter points from reserve small forward James Posey. They played catch-up from there, but managed to go into the half down just 7.

The second half was a shoot-out, but the Rockets never managed to actually take the lead, trailing since Portland scored their first points. The Rockets made it close late in the fourth, but timely buckets from a still-hobbled Nic Batum locked up the victory. The Blazers now stand at 25-25, a game and a half behind the 27-24 Suns. Houston meanwhile faces yet another lottery season as the injury to Harden likely kills their playoff hopes.

POR 33 20 28 30 | 111 [25-25] - Lillard: 24/6/8; Aldridge: 20/9/2; Posey: 19/4/0, 5-7 3pt
HOU 22 24 28 33 | 107 [24-28] - Douglas: 27/7/7; Lin: 13/1/11; R. White: 14/4/1

LaMarcus Aldridge Snubbed From All-Star Game

2/9/2013 - The all-star reserves were announced and Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge was not one of them. The 2012 all-star averaged 21.9 points and 8.3 rebounds per game for the surprising 25-25 Blazers, but was passed up, much like in 2011. Among notable first-timers are guards Jeremy Lin, Brandon Jennings, Goran Dragic and Jrue Holiday.

The most questionable choice is forward Rudy Gay, who has had a good, not great season for the 17-33 Grizzlies. However, other than that, this year's selections have been relatively unscrutized. The 2013 All-Star teams are as follows:

Western Conference:

G - Chris Paul (LAC) | 6th (17.5/5.2/7.7/2.2 stls)
G - Kobe Bryant (LAL) | 15th (25.4/5.1/4.8)
F - Kevin Durant (OKC) | 4th (25.0/8.1/2.8)
F - Kevin Love (MIN) | 3rd (25.5/11.5/2.3)
C - Dwight Howard (LAL) | 7th (22.2/10.8/1.9 blks)
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G - Russell Westbrook (OKC) | 3rd (23.4/4.4/6.9)
G - Jeremy Lin (HOU) | 1st (20.0/4.7/7.7)
G - Goran Dragic (PHX) | 1st (15.5/4.8/10.2)
G - Andre Iguodala (DEN) | 2nd (11.4/6.7/8.3)
F - Rudy Gay (MEM) | 1st (17.0/7.4/2.1)
F - Blake Griffin (LAC) | 3rd (20.1/11.7/3.0)
C - Tim Duncan (SA) | 14th (19.0/9.4/2.8)

Snubs: Stephen Curry; LaMarcus Aldridge (POR); Al Jefferson (UTA); Dirk Nowitzki (DAL); Tony Parker (SA)

Eastern Conference:

G - Deron Williams (BRK) | 4th (22.6/4.2/9.0)
G - Derrick Rose (CHI) | 4th (22.0/4.4/6.0)
F - LeBron James (MIA) | 9th (24.8/8.7/6.2)
F - Carmelo Anthony (NY) | 6th (27.4/7.8/3.4)
C - Andrew Bynum (PHI) | 2nd (17.4/9.2/1.3 blks)
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G - Jrue Holiday (PHI) | 1st (18.2/4.4/8.5)
G - Kyrie Irving (CLE) | 1st (23.2/4.7/7.4)
G - Brandon Jennings (MIL) | 1st (22.3/4.3/8.6)
G - Dwyane Wade (MIA) | 9th (24.9/5.2/4.1)
F - Danny Granger (IND) | 2nd (22.7/6.2/1.4)
F - Josh Smith (ATL) | 1st (24.3/9.8/3.1)
C - Greg Monroe (DET) | 1st (15.1/8.5/2.2)

Snubs: Kevin Garnett (BOS); Joe Johnson (BRK); John Wall (WAS); Chris Bosh (MIA); Paul Pierce (BOS)

Sprite Slam Dunk Contest Participants

Blake Griffin returns to the dunk contest after a year off and will be an overwhelming favorite. Fans will get to see what gimmicks he has to offer this year. Defending champion Jeremy Evans will face Mavs teammate Jared Cunningham in the contest. Meanwhile, resurgent Kings forward Terrence Williams rounds out the selections.

Blake Griffin (LAC) - 2011 champion
Jared Cunningham (DAL)
Jeremy Evans (DAL) - defending champion
Terrence Williams (SAC)

Three-Point Shootout Participants

Kevin Love will not defend his three point crowd as another Kevin - OKC's Kevin Martin, will headline the three point participants. Portland will be represented by Nicolas Batum in this event. James Harden was invited to the event, but given his injury, a replacement is likely.

Kevin Martin (OKC)
Ryan Anderson (NO)
Aaron Brooks (SAC)
Stephen Curry (GS)
Nicolas Batum (POR)
Deron Williams (replacing injured James Harden)

Rising Stars Challenge Participants

Home:
G - Damian Lillard
G - Kemba Walker
F - Andrew Nicholsomn
F - Tristan Thompson
C - Tyler Zeller
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G - Brandon Knight
G - Iman Shumpert
F - Harrison Barnes
F - JaJuan Johnson
C - Greg Stiemsma

Road:
G - Austin Rivers
G - Bradley Beal
F - Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
F - Thomas Robinson
C - Anthony Davis
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G - Kyrie Irving
G - Dion Waiters
F - Kawhi Leonard
F - Kenneth Faried
C - Nikola Vucevic

Playoff Picture:

1 Oklahoma City 30-20
2 LA Clippers 31-21
3 San Antonio 30-21
4 Denver 30-21
5 Minnesota 27-20
6 LA Lakers 29-22
7 Golden State 29-22
8 Phoenix 27-24
Portland 25-25
Houston 24-28
Utah 23-29
Dallas 22-28

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Predict:
Rising Stars Game Winner (+2 points)
Rising Stars Game MVP (+5 points)

3pt shootout winner (+5 points)
3pt shootout finalists (+1 each)

Dunk Contest winner (+5 points)
Runner-Up (+2 points)

All-Star Game Winner (+2 points)
All-Star Game MVP (+5 points)
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Re: [25-25] The New Jailblazers | Week 15 (Competition!)

Postby Khanwarrior on Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:30 pm

All-Star Weekend Prediction Challenge!

Predict:
Rising Stars Game Winner: Home team
Rising Stars Game MVP: Damian Lillard since Kyrie is on the bench (N)

3pt shootout winner: Kevin Martin
3pt shootout finalists Kevin Martin and Ryan Anderson

Dunk Contest winner: Blake Griffin
Runner-Up: Terrence Williams

All-Star Game Winner: West Allstars
All-Star Game MVP: Kevin Durant
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Re: [25-25] The New Jailblazers | Week 15 (Competition!)

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All-Star Weekend Prediction Challenge!

Predict:
Rising Stars Game Winner: Road team
Rising Stars Game MVP: Kyrie Irving

3pt shootout winner: Ryan Anderson
3pt shootout finalists Kevin Martin and Ryan Anderson

Dunk Contest winner: Blake Griffin
Runner-Up: Jeremy Evans

All-Star Game Winner: West Allstars
All-Star Game MVP: Kevin Durant
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All-Star Weekend Prediction Challenge!

Predict:
Rising Stars Game Winner: Road team
Rising Stars Game MVP: Kyrie Irving

3pt shootout winner: Ryan Anderson
3pt shootout finalists Kevin Martin and Ryan Anderson

Dunk Contest winner: Jared Cunningham
Runner-Up: Blake Griffin

All-Star Game Winner: West Allstars
All-Star Game MVP: Kevin Durant
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