Terry Stotts, who's entering his first NBA draft as Portland Trail Blazers head coach, spoke with the media after Thursday's predraft workout about his hopes for improving the roster this summer.
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As the Blazers host their first predraft workout of the offseason, the team's general manager says the draft has "really good depth" and pledges to build a "deeper, much more talented roster."
After Thursday's predraft workout, Portland Trail Blazers general manager Neil Olshey spoke with the media about the team's preparation for the 2013 NBA draft.
One first-round prospect -- North Texas forward Tony Mitchell -- and five second-round hopefuls visited Portland for a predraft workout on Thursday.
North Texas forward Tony Mitchell is the only one of six Thursday visitors who is projected to be a first-round pick.
Our countdown to the 2013 NBA draft continues with a look at Georgia shooting guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. The 6-foot-6 shooting guard led the Bulldogs in points per game (18.5), rebounds per game (7.1), field goal percentage (43.3), free throw percentage (79.9), three-point percentage (37.3) and steals (2.0) as a sophom
The Blazers on Thursday will host their first predraft workout of the offseason.
Portland Trail Blazers fans discuss whether or not the team should draft Maryland's Alex Len with the No. 10 overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft.
Matthews' recovery is expected to take three to four weeks.
Dario Saric, the versatile 6-foot-10 native of Croatia, is rated as one of the top two or three small forwards in the upcoming draft, thanks to his basketball IQ, strong ball-handling skills and passing ability.
Portland Trail Blazers fans discuss whether or not the team should draft UCLA's Shabazz Muhammad with the No. 10 overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft.
ESPN.com draft guru Chad Ford (Insider) describes Maryland center Alex Len as "one of the two or three most skilled big men in the draft and still has enormous upside."
Once considered a possibility as the top pick in the NBA draft, questions around Shabazz Muhammad's game and position in the NBA have surfaced. Sports Illustrated's Chris Mannix described him as the "flashy, volume scoring swingman who is fast becoming the most debated player in the draft" at last week's draft com
Portland Trail Blazers fans discuss whether or not the team should draft Lehigh's C.J. McCollum with the No. 10 overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft.
Our prospect-by-prospect look at who could be available for the Blazers at No. 10 in the 2013 NBA draft.
Intrigue is high around the 21-year-old C.J. McCollum, despite playing in just 12 games as a senior after breaking his left foot during a 59-55 loss at Virginia Commonwealth. Prior to his foot injury, the preseason All-American was leading the nation in scoring at 25.7 points per game.
Portland Trail Blazers fans discuss whether or not to draft Cody Zeller with the No. 10 overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft.
We'll build up to next month's NBA draft by profiling prospects that will likely be available when the Blazers make their selection at No. 10, starting with Indiana sophomore Cody Zeller.
We'll have a month to sift through the rumors and speculation to try to figure out what's going on inside Neil Olshey's mind leading up to the NBA draft on June 27. Before we begin, we want to know where you stand. What do you want to see the Blazers do with the No. 10 pick?
There's plenty of time between now and the NBA draft (Thursday, June 27), so there will be plenty of speculation, rumors, mock drafts, guessing and second guessing at what Neil Olshey and the Blazers will do with their No. 10 pick. Here's the first run.
Rounding up the post-lottery mock drafts and who the pundits have the Portland Trail Blazers picking at No. 10.
They could use the pick and their salary cap space to obtain a starting center.
The Blazers stand pat at No. 10. Cleveland nabs the No. 1 pick, and Washington moves up to No. 3. Orlando falls to No. 2.
As we await the ping-pong balls, here's a roundup of the latest NBA draft combine and lottery links.
Will the Portland Trail Blazers get lucky Tuesday night and land a top 3 pick in the 2013 NBA draft? Vote in our poll and post your lottery predictions.
Despite injury concerns, Nerlens Noel would be an ideal fit alongside LaMarcus Aldridge, Sporting News says.
After more than three weeks of meticulously analyzing the Portland Trail Blazers roster, head coach, general manager and owner, the first leg of our You be the GM series has come to a close. As we get ready to shift the focus to 2013 NBA draft prospects, here's a recap of which Blazers players you want to stay, and which pl
Trail Blazers fans discuss what moves they would make right now to improve the team.
The Blazers, who will be represented by Rookie of the Year Damian Lillard, have a 1.1 percent chance to get the No. 1 pick.
Georgia's Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Syracuse's Michael Carter-Williams and UCLA's Shabazz Muhammad are among 18 players the Blazers interview in 30-minute sessions.