Podcast: Rip City Report, Episode 15

Casey Holdahl
by Casey Holdahl
2 years ago

Greetings and welcome to the postseason.

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Please enjoy the first playoff edition of the Rip City Report podcast with Joe Freeman of The Oregonian and myself, Casey Holdahl, of ForwardCenter.net and Trailblazers.com.

On this week’s edition, we briefly discuss the end of the regular season before going all-in on the first-round playoff series versus the Rockets. We look at the position-by-position matchups, talk “X-factors,” how Joel Freeland might factor into Portland’s rotation and answer some questions via Twitter. It’s a bit longer than usual, but the Trail Blazers haven’t been in the playoffs in a while, so there’s plenty to discuss.

You can listen to the podcast on Soundcloud or you can subscribe and listen to the Rip City Report on iTunes.

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Podcast: Rip City Report, End Of Season Edition

Casey Holdahl
by Casey Holdahl
2 weeks ago

A happy Friday the 13th to all of you loyal podcast listeners. Before everyone goes their separate ways now that the offseason is here, Joe Freeman, he of The Oregonian/OregonLive.com, and I, Casey Holdahl of ForwardCenter.net and TrailBlazers.com, hit the Moda Center studio one last time to record a season-ending edition of the Rip City Report podcast, which you can listen to below…

On this edition, we attempt recap the series versus the Warriors, which ended in five games with a 125-121 loss at Oracle Arena Wednesday night, and the season in general, discuss the lasting effects of the playoff run and the respect that they earned from around the league due to their performance and look forward to some of the questions the Blazers will have to answer in the offseason, particularly in regard to free agency. And as always, we finish up by answering your Twitter-submitted questions on topics such as the culture the Trail Blazers have developed, (more) free agency, exit interviews and favorite moments from the just-completed season. It’s been a fun one.

You can find the Rip City Report on SoundcloudiTunes and Stitcher. Thanks to all of you who listened and left reviews this season.

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Podcast: Rip City Report, Second Round, Game Three Edition

Casey Holdahl
by Casey Holdahl
3 weeks ago

Greetings Trail Blazers podcast enthusiast, and a happy Mother’s Day. Despite the pull of spending time with the women who give our lives meaning, Joe Freeman, he of The Oregonian/OregonLive.com, and I, Casey Holdahl of ForwardCenter.net/TrailBlazers.com, broke plans to hit the Moda Center studio to record yet another edition of the Rip City Report podcast less than 12 hours after the Trail Blazers defeated the Warriors 120-108 in Game Three Saturday night. Give it a listen…

On this Mother’s Day edition, we discuss Portland’s impressive performance in Game Three, particularly the efforts of Damian Lillard and Al-Farouq Aminu, the respective statuses of Stephen Curry and Moe Harkless for Game Four, Terry Stotts’ wizardry throughout the playoffs, the perfection of the “Rip City” sleeve jerseys and answer some of your Twitter-submitted questions about Mother’s Day, Draymond Green’s histrionics, Ed Davis’ increased playing time and how you should go about talking trash in the bay area. In the immortal words of House Of Pain, word to your moms, we came to drop bombs.

You can find the Rip City Report on SoundcloudiTunes and Stitcher. Listen to it with your mom, she deserves it.

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Podcast: Rip City Report, Second Round, Game Two Edition

Casey Holdahl
by Casey Holdahl
3 weeks ago

Now back in Portland for games Three and Four of the second round series versus the Golden State Warriors, Joe Freeman, he of The Oregonian/OregonLive.com, and I, Casey Holdahl of ForwardCenter.net/TrailBlazers.com, hit the Moda Center studio to record a Game Two recap edition of the Rip City Report podcast, which you can listen to below…

On this latest edition we discuss Portland’s collapse in the fourth quarter of Game Two that turned what looked like a rare road win at Oracle Arena into an 11-point loss, how the Trail Blazers go about putting that game behind them before Game Three at the Moda Center, the reports of Stephen Curry sitting out Game Three, Maurice Harkless’ defense on Klay Thompson, the overall quality of the defending champs and answer a few questions about Game Three adjustments, Portland’s locker room, Draymond Green, how far we can run at this point in our lives and a few more random things that I’ve already since forgotten.

You can find the Rip City Report on SoundcloudiTunes and Stitcher. See you at the Moda Center on Saturday.

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