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Blake returned to Portland before the 2008-09 season and was a starter for much of last season. He began this season in the Blazers' starting lineup as well before taking on a reserve role in December. Blake was averaging 7.6 points and 27 minutes per game for the Blazers.
Outlaw has been one of Portland's key reserves during the Blazers' turnaround in recent seasons.
He was the longest-tenured Blazers player after being drafted in the first-round of the 2003 draft by Portland. This season, Outlaw has been limited to just 11 games after breaking his left foot on Nov. 14 at Charlotte. He was averaging 9.9 points and 3.5 rebounds.
Camby, 35, is a free agent at season's end, and said the next two months would be a good test as to whether he fits with the Blazers.
"Hopefully things work out for myself and work out for the team. Hopefully they have plans for me in the long term," he said.
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