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Could Joe Ingles Be Part of the Trail Blazers’ Future?

The Portland Trail Blazers’ 2021-22 season has come to an end. The summer ahead will hold plenty of decisions for the club. They put 27 different players on the court during the regular season. Not all are still with the team, but enough are that there’s no way the Blazers could retain them all...if they even wanted to. A 27-55 record would argue against a high retention rate, but asterisks abound despite the dismal performance.
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The heartfelt gift and message Utah Jazz guard Mike Conley gave to Joe Ingles

It’s long been known that former Utah Jazz wing Joe Ingles is a favorite among the teammates he’s had over the years, and that was once again expressed this weekend. On Saturday, Ingles shared on his Instagram story a gift Jazz guard Mike Conley (who himself won the NBA’s Teammate of the Year award in 2019) gave him of an autograph jersey of his with a note written on it.

Laughs aplenty as Utahns spend a night with NBA stars Mike Conley and Joe Ingles in ‘Voices’ event at Olympus High

Utah Jazz fan Kylen Broadhead, a 12-year-old youth basketball player from South Jordan, didn’t think he would laugh much when his parents surprised him with tickets to Tuesday night’s “Voices” event at Olympus High School in Salt Lake City with current Jazzman Mike Conley and former Jazz player Joe Ingles, traded a few months ago to the Portland Trailblazers.

Joe Ingles shouldn’t have made it. But no worries mate, he did

Let’s count the reasons Joe Ingles shouldn’t have made it. He was caucasian, of which the NBA is 16%. He was Australian, of which the league is .02%. He didn’t dunk. He had no discernible muscle mass. At full speed, he looked like a pedestrian crossing the street. He spent eight years playing in Australia and Europe before he came to America: an NBA rookie at 27.

Joe Ingles announces Chip cookie for autism awareness

UTAH (ABC4) – In the spirit of autism awareness month, the Aussie forward and former Jazz player, Joe Ingles, has announced his family’s partnership with Chip Cookies to release a special treat that will go towards funding autism awareness. Dubbed “Jacobs Chip,” in honor of Joe’s son who was diagnosed with autism at two years […]

Joe Ingles conflicted about trade away from Jazz, still has not watched a game

Ingles acknowledged going over to a friend’s house the night of the trade to drink some beers and try to decompress. And there are days — especially now that he’s a bit more removed from it — when he’s OK with everything that happened. He said he was very grateful for the seven and a half years he spent with the organization, joking that he was only originally trying to get to three so he’d be eligible for an NBA pension. But there are also days when he can’t make sense of not being a member of the Jazz. “I never thought it would happen,” Ingles admitted. “Maybe that was very selfish of myself to think.”