For the Portland Trail Blazers, having their star players healthy has always been a tough task. It all started with Bill Walton, who won the MVP but then struggled through injuries there after, making guys at casino games go crazy!

However, not only that, but they also drafted Sam Bowie over Michael Jordan in 1984, which turned out to be a huge bust as his knees just couldn't cut it.

Then just this past decade, they had Brandon Roy as their star guard, but was forced into retirement last season due to knee problems. They also had to cut their former No. 1 pick, Greg Oden, due to the same thing, which didn't help online casinos out so much.

Now they have to deal with a new injury, as their franchise star LaMarcus Aldridge will have to undergo season-ending surgery on his hip. The forward had a slight labral tear in his right hip, forcing him to have surgery.

Aldridge had complained that he has been having this pain for a couple of weeks and did not know what it could be.

Aldridge ends his season averaging 22 points and eight rebounds per game, along with heading to his first All-Star game.

Man, if I were an NBA player, I would never want to play for Portland. Everyone on that team is always going through some injuries.

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