Chris Broussard: “I’m not saying this will lead to a championship, and Terry Stotts has done a very good job in Portland – that’s undeniable, but I do think they have run their course with him. You’re only going so far with two small, ball-dominant jump shooting guards who do most of your scoring. You would have said that about Golden State in 2014, but what did they incorporate? More movement, and Steph and Klay didn’t dominate the ball and they didn't over-dribble. They need to find a coach who can get some sort of motion offense because they really got talent.” (Full Segment Above)
Listen to Chris Broussard explain why he thinks Portland Trail Blazers head coach Terry Stotts needs to go, and why he thinks the Blazers have already peaked in Stotts’ system.
Stotts and the Blazers reached the Western Conference Finals last year, but were badly swept in four quick games by the Golden State Warriors. After going 35-39 in 2020, and grabbing the West’s final seed at the Bubble, Portland impressively took the opening game of their matchup with the top-seed Lakers, before getting absolutely humiliated the next three games – one of those losses including a decisive Game 3 that saw the Lakers take a 80-51 lead into halftime.
Check out the audio above as Broussard details why he thinks the Blazers need a completely new offensive game plan the same way Steve Kerr took over an underachieving yet uber-talented Warriors team in 2014.