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Blazers' Steve Blake plans to use player option next season
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(2/25/15) Trail Blazers guard Steve Blake has no plans to retire and said he wants to play next season as well as a year or two after that, reports CSNNW.com.
Blake has an estimated $2.1 million player option for next season, which he plans to use.
"I want a championship really bad and I'm hoping we can get to that level," Blake said. "I only have a few years left to try and get it."
Blake, 34, admitted he's thought about retirement, but said it will depend on how his body feels.
"My body still feels pretty good," Blake said. "I still feel young enough to play a couple more years."
Blazers' Steve Blake changes number to honor Jerome Kersey
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(2/19/15) Trail Blazers guard Steve Blake will switch his jersey number from 25 to 5, effective Friday, to honor former Portland player Jerome Kersey, the team announced.
Kersey died Wednesday at the age of 52.
"Jerome Kersey meant a lot to this team and to this city," Blake said. "I've known Jerome for a long time now and wanted to honor him and his vast contributions both on and off the court. I consider it an honor to wear the number 25, but this just seemed like the right thing to do."
The guard asked for and received permission for the switch from the league office.
Injury to CJ McCollum could mean more PT for Steve Blake
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(11/19/14) Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts said Wednesday the team would use a "committee" approach to fill in for guard CJ McCollum, who will be out at least month due to a fractured finger. He added guard Steve Blake might see an increase in playing time.
Blake is averaging 22.3 minutes per game through 11 appearances. He is also averaging 5.0 points, 4.1 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game.
Blazers G Blake returns Friday
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(10/24/14) Trail Blazers guard Steve Blake will return to the court Friday, according to the Oregonian.
Blake had been sidelined due to an illness, but is ready to return. He went through a 45-minute workout Thursday and was cleared to come back. Blake spent three straight days in bed due to the illness and is hoping to improve his stamina Friday. "The big thing is to try and get my conditioning back after laying in my bed not doing anything for three days," Blake said.
Steve Blake signs with the Trailblazers
|by Joe Polito | CBSSports.com|
|(7/10/14) Veteran point guard Steve Blake inked a two-year deal with the Portland Trailblazers on Thursday, according to Yahoo Sports.
The deal is worth 4.2 million over two years and includes a second-year player option. Blake thrived in Mike D'Antoni's Lakers offense early on last year before being traded to Golden State to play a lesser role. He averaged 6.9 points and 5.6 assists per game overall on the season.
Wiz let 25-point lead shrink to 3 but beat Blazers 105-97
WASHINGTON (AP) After letting a 25-point lead dwindle to three, the Washington Wizards held on to beat the Portland Trail Blazers 105-97 Monday night, behind John Wall's 21 points, 11 assists, nine rebounds, two blocks - and one head-first dive into the fifth row of the stands.
Blazers hand Pistons their 9th straight loss with 118-99 win
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) The Trail Blazers didn't have to scramble to finish against the Detroit Pistons, and that was a good thing with a looming five-game road trip.
|The Mike D'antoni point guard-enhancing offense has been well documented, and last season Steve Blake was the lucky beneficiary until he got traded to Golden State to serve a backup role. This season he'll play the same reserve role in Portland. The Trail Blazers got scorched by Tony Parker in the playoffs, so it seems they brought Blake in to hide some of Damian Lillard's defensive deficiencies. Mo Williams flirted with Fantasy relevance in this role last season, but Blake is an entirely different player who lacks the offensive talent needed to make an imprint in Fantasy as a backup point guard. It's safe to ignore him on Draft Day this season.
(Updated 8/27/14) |
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