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Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Sports The Blazers, No One’s Ready to Deal with Us

Posted by Ezra Caraeff on Wed, Apr 4 at 9:19 AM

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Tonight the Trail Blazers take on the Utah Jazz at home. The regular season is almost over, and the Blazers have little to worry about, other than what lottery pick they’ll end up with. Since tonight’s game barely matters (technically, the more they lose, the better draft they’ll have), let’s take a listen to some better times in Blazers history.

No One’s Ready to Deal with Us

I’m pretty sure this song came out in the 2002-2003 season, and it features the mic skills of both Damon Stoudamire and Rasheed Wallace. Always a sucker for a good (or bad) jock jam, the work of The Beatnuts helps this song age pretty well, considering it just might be the only rap song ever to name drop Arvydas Sabonis.

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