Rodney Hood’s left knee is sore and it will remain wh…

Rodney Hood’s left knee is sore and it will remain what he calls an “ongoing” issue throughout what’s left of the 2019 NBA playoffs. But as the Portland Trail Blazers gathered for a practice Wednesday in preparation for Game 2 of their best-of-seven series against the Golden State Warriors, Hood pledged to continue to play.
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“Neil has done an exceptional job finding and keeping the talent that has made the Trail Blazers a perennial playoff team, culminating in this season’s magical run to the Western Conference Finals,” said Jody Allen, Trustee of Paul G. Allen Trust. “I have great confidence in the culture he has created in Portland, and I look forward to seeing it thrive and grow for years to come.”
The Raps can book their first-ever trip to the Finals with a win on Saturday night on home court, making Game 6 the most highly anticipated game in franchise history. Ticket resellers, naturally, have reacted accordingly. Scotiabank Arena is completely sold out, meaning fans will need to turn to the secondary market if they don’t want to miss out. Tickets prices have skyrocketed, with the cheapest we found going for above $600 CAD on StubHub and verified ticket resales on Ticketmaster.
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