Clyde Drexler

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Top 50 NBA players from last 50 years: Clyde Drexler ranks No. 37

1992 MVP runner-up Clyde Drexler played the same position at the same time for the same amount of seasons as Michael Jordan. They’re also about the same size, which is why the Trail Blazers passed on drafting Jordan one year after selecting Drexler. The commonalities led to countless comparisons...
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Clyde Drexler I No. 37 I Nick Wright's Top 50 NBA Players of the Last 50 Years

Former Houston Rockets and Portland Trail Blazers star Clyde Drexler is No. 37 on Nick Wright's Top 50 NBA Players of the Last 50 Years list. While Drexler only won one Finals, Nick emphasizes that 'Clyde The Glide' carried several other teams as a runner-up and lost to some of the greatest teams ever — Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls and the 'Bad Boy' Detroit Pistons.
The Ringer

The Dream Team Brought Superstars Together—Even Michael Jordan and Clyde Drexler

For decades, the NBA has been a star’s league. But even among the stars, there’s an exclusive club. Russell and Dr. J. Bird and Magic. Jordan. Kobe. They’re all part of a select group that paved the way for the NBA superstar of today. And in Icons Club: The Evolution of the NBA Superstar, Hall of Fame reporter Jackie MacMullan explains how some even shared secrets with each other along the way.

Damian Lillard Got Advice From Clyde Drexler About His Situation In Portland: " You Have To Make That Decision... Do I Want To Stay Here And Be Beloved And Maybe I Don't Win A Championship... That Wasn't Enough For Me."

Damian Lillard is well-known around the league for being one of the most loyal players out there. He has spent his entire career with the Portland Trail Blazers and developed into a superstar-level player while playing for the team. Recently, it seems as though the Portland Trail Blazers have committed...

Clyde Drexler Is Helping Celebrate the Classic Video Game NBA Jam for All-Star Weekend

NBA legend Clyde Drexler is ready for some nostalgia. The former Portland Trailblazers star is teaming up with Michelob ULTRA as part of this year's NBA All-Star Weekend in Cleveland, Ohio. The beer brand is launching a campaign inspired by the classic video game, NBA Jam, which launched on arcades and consoles in 1993 and 1994. It instantly became a hit with basketball fans.

Archive 75: Clyde Drexler

How can you make the hard basketball move look easy? Well for starters, be blessed with amazing athleticism and grace, play collegiately for a team named after a fictitious fraternity, get drafted into the NBA and by the Trail Blazers, grab a ball and make Larry Bird and the Boston Celtics freeze in their footsteps.
Blazer's Edge

32 Years Ago, Clyde Drexler Became The Blazers’ Leading Scorer

On December 26, 1989, the Portland Trail Blazers fell to the Phoenix Suns in a 121-105 loss. Suns guard Kevin Johnson recorded a triple-double with 31 points, 13 assists and 10 rebounds, but the Blazers recorded a major moment in its franchise history. Clyde Drexler finished the game with 26...

Clyde Drexler and Arike Ogunbowale Are Some of the Basketball Pros Who Starred in 'DWTS'

Clyde Drexler appeared on Season 4 of DWTS, teaming up with pro dancer Elena Grinenko to compete against Billy Ray Cyrus and Karina Smirnoff, Laila Ali and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, and others. A rumba routine brought about Clyde and Elena's unfortunate demise. Slightly less glorious than most of Clyde's achievements —...
Houston Chronicle

Former Rocket Clyde Drexler named among NBA's all-time top 75 players

Clyde Drexler, who returned to his hometown to partner with University of Houston teammate Hakeem Olajuwon on the Rockets' 1995 championship team, was named Wednesday among the NBA’s all-time top 75 players. Drexler, who was also included among the NBA’s top 50 players for the league’s 50th anniversary celebration, played...

Clyde Drexler Talks Potential NBA 75 Snubs, Why Damian Lillard Deserves to Be on the List

Clyde Drexler knows there’s going to be a snub or two this time around that really stings. When the spots are limited exclusions are inevitable. “There’s a lot of guys who are deserving to be on that list, man,” says the Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer. “Like I said, it’s a very hard choice, but you only get 75 so you gotta make it count. Whoever is snubbed it’s only because there’s so many qualified applicants.”