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Topic - Terry Stotts
Wesley Matthews had a simple goal going into the Blazers' game against the Hawks: Don't let Kyle Korver get the ball.
LaMarcus Aldridge returned to the Trail Blazers lineup, happy to know that things didn't go awry without him.
A broad smile lit up Will Barton's face when he was asked what he thought about the fans chanting his name in Portland's 124-80 rout of Brooklyn.
The Trail Blazers took Denver's best shot - and the Nuggets took way too many errant shots thanks to Portland's stifling defense.
The banged-up Minnesota Timberwolves were just what the Portland Trail Blazers needed.
Kevin Seraphin picked a good time to have his best game of the season, getting extra time without Trevor Booker in the lineup and impressing everyone on both ends of the floor.
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson has been pleading with his players to improve their defensive effort and efficiency for most of the last two weeks.
LaMarcus Aldridge's 44-point outburst against the Denver Nuggets came the same day the All-Star starters were announced.
The Portland Trail Blazers no longer are chasing the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA's Western Conference.
LaMarcus Aldridge knew when it was his time.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The last time Nicolas Batum had a triple-double, it came because of a casually tossed buzzer-beating 3-pointer in a rout of San Antonio earlier this season. The Trail Blazers forward was embarrassed and said he never meant to disrespect the Spurs, so it didn't count.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — One swish after another, Damian Lillard pulled Portland closer.
It was the summer of 2007, and Terry Stotts had just been fired for the second time in four years.
The Portland Trail Blazers hired Terry Stotts as head coach on Tuesday, filling the NBA's last coaching vacancy.
"It was a team thing, but Wes took a lot of pride in that challenge," Blazers coach Terry Stotts said. "It was fun to watch, especially in that third quarter. They were going head to head and Wes took the challenge."
Blazers coach Terry Stotts said he didn't believe his team overlooked the Lakers.