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Blazer's Edge

Blazers vs. Spurs Preview

The Blazers will look to make it two in a row to open the season against LaMarcus Aldridge and the Spurs. Portland Trail Blazers (1-0) vs. San Antonio Spurs (1-0) Saturday, October 20 - 7:00 p.m. PTBlazers injuries: Maurice Harkless (probable)Spurs injuries: Dejounte Murray (out), Lonnie Walker (out), Derrick White (out)How to watch on TV: NBCSNW, NBA League Pass (outside of Portland)How to stream: YouTube Live TV, Playstation Vue, Hulu Live TV, FuboTV, NBA League Pass (outside of Portland)Radio: 620 AMSBN Affiliate: Pounding the Rock The Portland Trail Blazers will look to build on their...

Peachtree Hoops

Game Thread: Atlanta Hawks vs. San Antonio Spurs

Join us. Good evening! The Atlanta Hawks are back in action on this fine Wednesday and Georgia Tech’s McCamish Pavilion plays host to the festivities. DeMar DeRozan, LaMarcus Aldridge and the San Antonio Spurs come to town to face off with the Hawks in the home preseason finale and the particulars for the contest can be found below. Also, make sure to check out our preview. Probable Starters Hawks PG - Trae Young SG - Kent Bazemore SF - Taurean Prince PF - Vince Carter C - Alex Len Spurs PG - Derrick White SG - DeMar DeRozan SF - Rudy Gay PF - Dante Cunningham C - Jakob Poeltl Injury...

ClutchPoints

LaMarcus Aldridge looks to extend his range this season

LaMarcus Aldridge had a career year last season as the centerpiece of the San Antonio Spurs, but he wants to reintroduce himself to shooting from behind the arc in 2018. Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker dealt with injuries while the aging core of the Spurs organization struggled to keep up with a young league last […] The post LaMarcus Aldridge looks to extend his range this season appeared first on ClutchPoints.

[FULL] LaMarcus Aldridge 2018 Spurs media day interview | NBA on ESPN

LaMarcus Aldridge discusses the upcoming NBA season and says that finding chemistry will be the key to the San Antonio Spurs’ success. #nbamediaday ✔

Klay Thompson comments on block on LaMarcus Aldridge | NBA on ESPN

Golden State Warriors' Klay Thompson calls turnover after block on San Antonio Spurs' LaMarcus Aldridge "karma." ✔