Thursday, June 01, 2006

Triva Question Of the Month

Since today starts a new's the June question:

On October 29th, 2001, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired the draft rights to Doron Sheffer and a trade exception from the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for a player. Name that player, and the exact cash value of the trade exception.

Yes, it's supposed to be hard.

Rules are the same as last month...

Congrats to Robert Bruce Williams the 3rd, who has been named Rip City 24/7's Official Fan of the Month after answering last month's question correctly.

As part of a three team deal for C Chris Dudley, the Blazers recieve Toronto’s own 2007 2nd round pick to Portland (top 50 protected in 2007, top 50 protected in 2008, top 50 protected in 2009, top 50 protected in 2010, top 50 protected in 2011, and unconditionally in 2012).


At 3:45 PM, Anonymous Jim Burchell said...

The Clippers traded the rights to 1996 2nd round pick Doron Sheffer to the Portland Trail Blazers for Will Perdue. As a result of this trade, the Blazers received a $1,320,000 traded player exception.

At 3:53 PM, Blogger Sean said...

impressive...congrats jim you will be the fan of the month next month

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