In the latest edition of the Rip City Report, Joe Freeman and Casey Holdahl discuss Portland’s preseason opener, the debuts of Mario Hezonja and Kent Bazemore, whether the Blazers are going to play faster before playing a round of “Walton or Oden” and finishing up as always by answering listener questions about throwback jerseys, Hassan Whiteside’s offense, Zach Collins, the coach’s review, Blazers killers, how to take in opening night and much more.
On the latest edition of the Rip City Report, Casey Holdahl and Joe Freeman discuss the first few days of training camp and what they've been hearing about the workouts, Anthony Tolliver potentially having a larger than expected role, the team being bullish on their defense, Gary Trent Jr. putting up highlights, the "vibe" around the team this year, play a round of Walton or Oden and answer listener questions about Hassan Whiteside proving Heat fans wrong, the Blazers’ defense, lobs, autumn, sitting in a DeLorean, old Blazers destined for a breakout, the G-League and much more.
In the first 2019-20 edition of the Rip City Report, Joe Freeman and Casey Holdahl give their initial thoughts on the season a few days away from the start of training camp, whether the Trail Blazers are better this season, discuss win/loss projections, the increased importance of Zach Collins and Anfernee Simons, the hype around Simons going into his season season, play a round of "Walton or Oden" and finish by answering listener questions about the Blazers’ projected rotation, the likelihood of a trade, whether the Blazers will win more than 53 games, Jusuf Nurkic’s rehabilitation, our glorious summers and much more.
In the latest edition of the Rip City Report, recorded live in Las Vegas, Joe Freeman and Casey Holdahl discuss the Portland Trail Blazers’ busy offseason thus far, the Hassan Whiteside trade and his fit with the Blazers, every new Blazers addition and say brief goodbyes to the seven players who have moved on, Anfernee Simons and Zach Collins taking on more prominent roles, play another round of Walton or Oden and finish by answering listener questions about chemistry, the 14th and 15th roster spots, Simons, next year’s X-factor, the new starting lineup and much more.
In the post 2019 NBA Draft edition of the Rip City Report, Joe Freeman and Casey Holdahl look discuss the Trail Blazers selecting UNC forward Nassir Little, whether there was good reason for his draft stock falling, it being the perfect draft pick for a team selecting 25th in a bad draft, the “rap beef” between Damian Lillard and Marvin Bagley III, play another round of “Walton or Oden” and finish up by answering listener questions about Bagley, Little, Jake Layman, video games and the national perception of the Blazers.Support the show