C.J. McCollum is expected to come off the bench for the upcoming season.
Trail Blazers' GM Neil Olshey said that he would like C.J. McCollum to become more comfortable playing the point guard position.
General manager Neil Olshey said people are underestimating C.J. McCollum as a backup point guard.
C.J. McCollum wants to add strength, increase reaction to pick-and-rolls and improve his mid-range game this offseason.
C.J. McCollum said he's going to practice with Portland's Summer League team, but is unlikely to play in any games.
C.J. McCollum said that his performance during Games 3, 4, and 5 of the playoffs was "big" for him, as well as for the coaching staff to see his development.
C.J. McCollum went off against the Grizzlies in Wednesday Game 5 loss, scoring 33 points on 12-of-20 shooting from the field with three boards and seven 3-pointers in 39 minutes.
C.J. McCollum looked good again on Monday with 18 points, five rebounds, two assists, two steals and two 3-pointers on 8-of-12 from the field in 34 minutes.
C.J. McCollum exploded off the bench for 26 points in Saturday's Game 3 loss to the Grizzlies, adding four boards, two steals and two 3-pointers in 27 minutes.
C.J. McCollum (sprained left ankle) returned to the Blazers' starting lineup during Sunday's road loss, going 1-of-8 from the field to finish with two points, five rebounds, one steal and one block.
C.J. McCollum (ankle) will start Sunday's Game 1 vs. the Grizzlies.
C.J. McCollum (ankle) and Nicolas Batum (knee) are probable to play against the Grizzlies on Sunday.
C.J. McCollum (ankle) went through a workout on Friday.
C.J. McCollum (ankle) will not play vs. the Mavericks on Wednesday.