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Blazermania is alive and well in Portland! This is the Official Site of the Portland Trail Blazers where you can meet the players, check out this year's NBA schedule, get the latest news on the team, and reminisce with highlights of their 1977 Championship Season. Blazer home games are played in the Rose Quarter.
Portland Trail Blazers
Home of the Portland Beavers and Portland Timbers
PGE Park is the first outdoor sports facility in the nation to receive a “green” certification from any organization by meeting the energy efficiency, environmental, and resource use standards. The park just completed a 38.5 million dollar renovation project to make it an affordable, safe and fun place for families, fans, and children of all ages.
On January 22, 2002, the Olympic torch will be carried through these cities: Klamath Falls, Eugene, Salem, Tualatin, Durham, Tigard, and Portland. The torch will pass through 46 states and travel more than 13,500 miles, before it arrives in Salt Lake City on February 8, 2002.
Olympic Torch Relay Schedule
The Portland Memorial Coliseum opened in November 1960 as a flexible, multi-purpose venue hosting such events as concerts, rodeos, circuses, ice shows, and trade shows. In its forty-year history, the coliseum has also been called home by several Portland franchises including the Buckeroos (Old Western Hockey League), the Winter Hawks (hockey), and the Trail Blazers (basketball). It is described as a smaller, more simple version of the Rose Garden.
Coming in during pre-season at #7 in the AP polls and #8 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll, UO has a promising season in 2001. Will we see a possible Ducks-Beavers match-up to determine a Pac-10 title and a trip to the National Championship at the Rose Bowl?
University of Oregon Football
The Rose Garden is a flexible, multi-purpose facility hosting a variety of events including NBA, WNBA, and college basketball, professional hockey, indoor track & field, gymnastics, major concerts, monster truck rallies, rodeo and bull riding, circuses, ice shows, boxing, and convention and trade shows.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|