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  • Trail Blazers' Bryce McGowens: Headed to Portland

    McGowens agreed to a two-way contract with the Trail Blazers on Thursday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    McGowens spent the first two seasons of his career with the Hornets, but he was let go by Charlotte over the weekend. After performing well late in the California Classic Summer League for the Hornets, he will land a deal with the Trail Blazers that will allow him to move easily between the G League and parent club.

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  • Trail Blazers' Deandre Ayton: Productive showing against Finland

    Ayton posted 19 points (8-12 FG, 3-4 FT), nine rebounds, three assists and one steal across 38 minutes in the Bahamas' 96-85 win over Finland on Tuesday.

    Ayton missed the final game of the NBA regular-season due to a back injury, but he will almost certainly be back in time for the start of the 2024-25 season. The 25-year-old appeared in only 55 games the entirety of last season due to a litany of injuries. These included knee and elbow tendinitis, a hand sprain and the aforementioned back injury. However, his play for the Bahamas bodes well for his healthy return to training camp and beyond.

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  • Trail Blazers' Jacky Cui: Agrees to deal with Portland

    Cui and the Trail Blazers agreed to an Exhibit 10 contract on June 27, Jonathan Givony of reports.

    Cui is a graduate of the NBA Global Academy and will join the Trail Blazers for training camp where he will fight for a roster spot. Cui is a 6-foot-8 wing who most recently played for Guangzhou in the Chinese CBA.

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  • Trail Blazers' Justin Minaya: Returning to Portland

    Minaya and the Trail Blazers agreed to a two-way contract Monday, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports.

    Minaya had a two-way contract with the Trail Blazers last season and made 34 appearances in the NBA. In those games, Minaya averaged 1.8 points and 1.6 rebounds in 11.2 minutes.

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  • Trail Blazers' Dalano Banton: Staying in Portland

    The Trail Blazers exercised Banton's $2.2 million team option for the 2024-25 season Saturday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    Banton will return to Portland for his first full season with the Trail Blazers after he was acquired from the Celtics in Feb. 8. While Portland shut down several key contributors with injuries late last season, the 24-year-old stepped into a focal role for Portland, averaging 16.7 points, 4.8 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 0.9 steals over 30 contests with the club. Though he played well enough to stick around in Portland in 2024-25 and may even have earned himself a rotation spot, Banton is still expected to see a steep role reduction if the Trail Blazers have the likes of Jerami Grant (hamstring), Shaedon Sharpe (abdomen) and Anfernee Simons (knee) available to begin the upcoming season.

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  • Trail Blazers' Donovan Clingan: Slides to Portland at No. 7

    Clingan was selected by the Trail Blazers with the No. 7 pick in the 2024 NBA Draft.

    Many mock drafts had Clingan as a top-three pick, so Portland getting him at No. 7 represents a slide down the board. The UConn product, with his 7-foot-2 frame, is a traditional big. He blocks shots at an elite level, rebounds, and works in the paint on offense. How much he gets used in the post instead of simply as a pick-and-roll threat remains to be seen, but it will be an option for him. Clingan's experience with an excellent college program and his baseline of skill make him one of the more ready-made prospects in the draft. That said, he will have to compete with Deandre Ayton and Robert Williams for minutes as a rookie, which is a far from ideal situation since nobody in the trio can effectively play power forward.

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  • Trail Blazers' Deni Avdija: Traded to Portland

    The Wizards traded Avdija to the Trail Blazers on Wednesday in exchange for Malcolm Brogdon, the No. 14 pick in the 2024 NBA Draft and a 2029 pick, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    Avdija had a career year for the Wizards in 2023-24, averaging 14.7 points, 7.2 rebounds and 3.8 assists in 30.1 minutes across 75 appearances (all starts). Avdija's fit in Portland is unclear. Jerami Grant signed a massive extension last offseason, and Shaedon Sharpe was a lottery pick in 2022 who showed promise last season before an abdomen injury shut him down. In Portland's backcourt, Scoot Henderson and Anfernee Simons are expected to lead the way. Avdija signed a four-year, $55 million deal with Washington last season and is owed $15.6 million next season.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team 106.4


Player Injury
A. Simons SG Anfernee Simons SG Knee
J. Grant PF Jerami Grant PF Hamstring
S. Henderson PG Scoot Henderson PG Hip
S. Sharpe SG Shaedon Sharpe SG Abdomen
J. Walker PF Jabari Walker PF Knee