Latest On LaMarcus Aldridge

LaMarcus Aldridge would prefer to be moved to a contending team, but he’s not opposed to returning to Portland, sources tell Chris Haynes of  Trail Blazers GM Neil Olshey and Aldridge’s representatives met in Chicago last month during the NBA pre-draft combine to discuss the possibilities of moving the power forward.

If the Blazers don’t plan to make major upgrades to impact the roster immediately, then Aldridge wants to be moved and his first preference is to join the Bulls.  The All-Star has always envisioned what his career might have been like if Chicago, the team that drafted him seven years ago, actually kept him instead of swapping with Portland for Tyrus Thomas.  

We’ve heard Aldridge’s name mentioned quite a bit in recent weeks, but the Blazers are seeking two first-round picks plus at least one player in return.  Earlier this week, it was reported that the Cavs offered the No. 1 and No. 19 picks for Aldridge but were rebuffed by Portland.

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2 thoughts on “Latest On LaMarcus Aldridge

  1. Z....

    him with the bulls scares me very much…I assume he also thinks about what his career would have been like if Portland drafted Durant, or if Brandon Roy didnt get hurt, or if Oden didnt get hurt, or all of the other unlucky things that have happened…

    • ChiMike702

      As a Bulls fan, I think they’d beat anybody with Aldridge.


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