CSN Northwest "The Portland Trail Blazers will invade Staples Center in a meeting with the Los Angeles Clippers in their first game of a back-to-back to close out the 2012-13 NBA campaign. However, the Trail Blazers (33-47) will be short-handed again with LaMarcus Aldridge (ankle) and Wesley Matthews (ankle)..." April 16
Blazers injury report: Hickson and Aldridge will play. Matthews and Batum are out, and Batum says he'll miss at least next two
Oregonian "At the end of every quarter, Wesley Matthews looked up toward the Rose Garden rafters and thought: “Please, God, let me get through the next quarter.” Before every timeout, he gazed up to the same bright arena lights and thought: “Let me get through this timeout.” And after he hit a dagger..." February 25
Blazer's Edge "The Portland Trail Blazers ended their seven-game losing streak tonight, defeating the Boston Celtics 92-86 in a game that featured intermittent contributions from Portland's Big 3 and a huge lift from a couple of unexpected sources. The game started in typical Portland fashion. The Blazers..." February 25
Stotts says #Blazers G Wesley Matthews (ankle, elbow) will be on the active roster tonight vs Lakers. Though he's still a gametime decision.
#Blazers coach Terry Stotts says Wesley Matthews will be inactive vs Suns. Victor Claver will start at SG.
Wesley Matthews (left ankle/elbow) did not participate in the #Blazers morning shootaround and remains a gametime decision tonight vs. Suns.
Oregonian "The Trail Blazers on Monday returned from a five-day All-Star break with renewed enthusiasm, purpose and resolve. They also returned to the same ominous reality they faced before the break: A five-game losing streak, a challenging 29-game season-ending schedule and the questionable status of..." February 19
Blazer's Edge "Portland Trail Blazers guard Wesley Matthews suffered a sprained left ankle during the first quarter of a Wednesday night game against the New Orleans Hornets. Matthews came down awkwardly as he attempted a pass on the perimeter. The Blazers announced that X-rays on the ankle were negative but..." February 14