Blazers of Glory: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Portland’s Championship Season

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About the book

Relive the magic of the Portland Trail Blazers’ historic 1977 season with a foreword by Bill Schonely

Foreword by Bill Schonely

Relive the magic of the Portland Trail Blazers’ historic 1977 season and NBA Championship through the eyes of award-winning photographers and writers of The Oregonian/OregonLive in this hardcover collector's book perfect for any Blazer fan.

This heirloom-quality, coffee-table book follows the astounding rise of a then 7-year-old franchise under new head coach Jack Ramsay. It includes player profiles of Blazer legends who helped define the meaning of Rip City, including '80-'90s legend Clyde Drexler and modern superstar Damian Lillard, and traces how the team and the city have grown up together.

Specifications

  • Title: Blazers of Glory: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Portland’s Championship Season

  • Hardcover, limited edition

  • ISBN: 9781597256858

  • 184 pages

  • Size: 11.25" x 8.75" x 0.5"

  • Published by Pediment Publishing

  • Printed in North America

  • Available now

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The Oregonian and OregonLive

Specifications

  • Title: Blazers of Glory: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Portland’s Championship Season

  • Hardcover, limited edition

  • ISBN: 9781597256858

  • 184 pages

  • Size: 11.25" x 8.75" x 0.5"

  • Published by Pediment Publishing

  • Printed in North America

  • Available now

Presented bY

The Oregonian and OregonLive

About the book

Relive the magic of the Portland Trail Blazers’ historic 1977 season with a foreword by Bill Schonely

Foreword by Bill Schonely

Relive the magic of the Portland Trail Blazers’ historic 1977 season and NBA Championship through the eyes of award-winning photographers and writers of The Oregonian/OregonLive in this hardcover collector's book perfect for any Blazer fan.

This heirloom-quality, coffee-table book follows the astounding rise of a then 7-year-old franchise under new head coach Jack Ramsay. It includes player profiles of Blazer legends who helped define the meaning of Rip City, including '80-'90s legend Clyde Drexler and modern superstar Damian Lillard, and traces how the team and the city have grown up together.

 

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Premium quality

Our presses output the highest-quality books to ensure each book will be treasured by readers for a lifetime. Our presses feature:

  • Exclusively North American printing facilities.
  • Offset printing process for wide tonal range in image reproduction.
  • Smyth sewn binding, which means the pages never fall out.
  • Hardcover case on 120 pt. board, thicker than most hardcover books.
  • Heavy art paper meant to last and not deteriorate for generations.
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Note: This book is an unofficial account of the Blazers' 1977 season from news coverage by The Oregonian, and is not endorsed by the NBA or the Portland Trail Blazers.

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Ronald I.
Great Book RIP City

This book is done so perfect it really brings back the years. I was blessed to know Leo Marty

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paul m.

Blazers of Glory: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Portland’s Championship Season

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Tim A.

Excellent book. Well made, very interesting read. Great pics.

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Sur O.
Blazers of Glory

My only concern and the reason for not 5 stars is the packaging. My book came in a box that didn't have any packing material around the book and fortunately it was shrink wrapped so no damage to the book but it was loose and the box was damaged in a couple of corners. Love the book just FYI for your next shipments.