Kerry Eggers of the Portland Tribune reports that Portland Trail Blazers founder Harry Glickman has some harsh words for owner Paul Allen. Glickman tells a story about Allen requesting he not attend a Blazers practice and suggests that it's time for Allen, who has owned the team since 1988, to sell the franchise.
"I love the club," he says. "I don't like Paul, but I love the club."
Allen, Glickman continued, "is a strange guy. Bucky Buckwalter was named the NBA executive of the year. Paul never called him. John Lashway was named PR director of the year. Paul never called him. Schonely goes into the Hall of Fame, he has never heard from Paul to this day. He's just that kind of a guy."
Blazers Founder Harry Glickman Says Owner Paul Allen Should Sell Team
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