Tonight’s Game Will Tell Us How Far They Will Go: Blazers Vs. Celtics

February 19th, 2010 by Ryan Virgin Leave a reply »
Brandon Roy is questionable, Marcus Camby will play in his first game as a Blazer, and all of Rip City is holding their breath.

For what reason, you say?

Brandon Roy, on paper, is just the leading scorer of a team once devastated by injuries. On the court he is the emotional leader for the team and city, a role that cannot be more important to the success of this particular franchise.

Tonight Brandon Roy is questionable, and if he wishes to finish the season out on the injury list he will play.

Tuesday night, the eve of an unsuspected trade that sent fan favorites Steve Blake and Travis Outlaw to Los Angeles for the rights to a veteran center by the name of Marcus Camby, the Blazers pummeled the Clippers 109-87.

But that was not the story...well at least it shouldn't have been. Brandon Roy made his return from a nagging hamstring injury, but only played 15 minutes in the first half, and sat out the second because of soreness and tightening of his injured hamstring.

The superstar has only played in two halves since January 17th, and expressed depression after the game Tuesday night.

"If this [pain] ...

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