9:58pm: In a tweet, The Oregonian's Jason Quick says Donnie Walsh has not interviewed with the Trail Blazers, and that a former GM with a long history in the NBA was recently interviewed by owner Paul Allen.
9:30pm: Yahoo! Sports' NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski told John Canzano on Portland's 750 AM The Game radio show that the Trail Blazers are having difficulty in their search for a new general manager. Due to Portland's questionable hierarchy, and Paul Allen's looming uncertainty regarding whether or not he'll keep the team, Wojnarowski says the franchise is experiencing rejection from several current general managers who they've reached out to.
One possible candidate who's already been linked to the position is Indiana GM David Morway. According to Wojnarowski, with current team president Larry Bird expected to leave, Reggie Miller and Donnie Nelson are both in the mix to find work in the Pacers front office, overcrowding things and giving Morway incentive to leave. If they don't land Morway, the Trail Blazers could be forced to look at less experienced candidates who're currently serving in assistant roles.