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Saturday, November 6th, 2010 at 11:00 am  |  10 responses

Blazers To Sign Sean Marks

In the wake of Fabricio Oberto’s sudden retirement, the Blazers are looking for any center with NBA experience. From CBS Sports: “League sources tell CBSSports.com that the Portland Trail Blazers will sign free agent center Sean Marks to replace Fabricio Oberto, who retired onsean-marksThursday. Posted by Ben Golliver. League sources tell CBSSports.com that the Portland Trail Blazers will sign free agent center Sean Marks to replace center Fabricio Oberto, who retired this week due to a re-occurring heart condition. Marks was was one of five players invited to a Friday workout at the team’s practice facility, and he beat out Earl Barron, Eric Boateng, Dwayne Jones and former Blazer Shavlik Randolph to take the team’s only open roster spot. The Blazers are said to favor Marks for his combination of experience and ability to defend the center position.”

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  • http://google c_cantrell

    decent d

  • http://slamonline BossTerry

    The whole governer thing didnt work out, sign Dudley!!

  • http://slamonline BossTerry

    ^ after all the money he pumped into having a commercial on tv every 10 seconds, he might take a 1 year offer..

  • Groves

    How did he beat out Earl Barron??? a good double-double guy who i thought played pretty solid defense from the limited amount of time i saw him.

    And Eric Boateng seemed to have a better game than Marks when i saw him in the summer league or preseason or whenever.

    Maybe it’s just, as an australian, i don’t want to see a New Zealander in the NBA =P

  • http://www.stonesthrow.com Michael NZ

    Ohmigodyes!!!!!

  • http://www.stonesthrow.com Michael NZ

    Screw you Groves, haha.

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    we need Pryzbilla and Oden ASAP

  • Joe King

    NEW ZEALAND !

  • http://www.buttonmasher.co.nz TimProvise

    Screw you groves! haha
    go Sean! got some burn the other night as well

  • James aka…

    Marks has had the longest 15th man career in the history of the NBA

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