Tuesday's Blazers News: Lack of frontcourt depth a key in loss to Wolves

Portland Trail Blazers go small, come up short against Timberwolves: The Portland Trail Blazers' lack of frontcourt depth showed up in a major way Monday night in Minneapolis. And even with a makeshift small-ball lineup matching up against one of the league's top young big men, the Blazers had a chance to steal a game in the final seconds. -- The Oregonian

Home away from home: Portland Trail Blazers reveal their favorite NBA road arenas: There’s no place like the Moda Center. But every Trail Blazers player has a special affinity for one building outside of Portland, a place they feel most at home away from home. -- The Oregonian

Blazers have no inside answer for Towns: A Trail Blazers team with a limited amount of bigs might have a big problem heading down the stretch of their season. The Blazers on Monday were exposed inside by Minnesota star Karl-Anthony Towns, whose 34 points and 12 rebounds carried the Timberwolves to a 110-109 win over Portland at the Target Center. -- CSNNW.com