TERRY STOTTS RUMORS & GOSSIP
From 1976-1986 Jack Ramsay patrolled the sideline as head coach of the Portland Trail Blazers. In his first season in charge Ramsay led the team to a 49-33 record and the 1977 NBA championship. He was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1992 and finished his coaching career with a record of 864-783 […]
No Moves, No Problem
Leading up to the 2014 NBA trade deadline, Portland Trail Blazers head coach Terry Stotts didn’t anticipate any roster moves. “We can and we need to improve defensively with what we have now, because I don’t anticipate any roster changes,” Stotts said, according to Sean Deveny of The Sporting News.
As it turns out, the coach was right, as the deadline...
Terry Stotts is in his second season as the Portland Trail Blazers head coach. In his first season as head coach, the Blazers recorded a disappointing 33 wins. This season however, the team has 24 wins in 30 games. Last season’s disappointing record, however, cannot be pinned on Stotts, as the Blazers had the worst bench that had been seen in the NBA in years. This season Stotts...
Gettin’ It Done
Terry Stotts’ time with the Portland Trail Blazers has been a mixed bag of success, disappointment and confusing rebuilding. Nobody has pegged Stotts as a Coach of the Year candidate, but a strong start to the 2013-14 season should have people re-thinking their votes one month into the year.
Through four weeks, Stotts has this group looking like a completely...
The final two stops on the Milwaukee Bucks' longest road trip of the season certainly haven't lacked for story lines.
First was the 24-game losing streak in Phoenix that was snapped Thursday night. Now, the Bucks are preparing to face an old friend Saturday.
Former Bucks coach Terry Stotts is in charge of the Portland Trail Blazers these days, and his team was one of the...
The Portland Trail Blazers have added Dale Osbourne of the NBA D-League's Tulsa 66ers to head coach Terry Stotts' staff.
Osbourne worked for the Oklahoma City Thunder affiliate as an assistant coach for parts of three seasons before becoming head coach in December 2011.
He also coached with the D-League Utah Flash and Austin Toros, in addition to stints in the WNBA, CBA...
Via AP on Fox
August 30, 2012
Almost everybody deserves another chance. This includes failed NBA coaches like Terry Stotts, whose only perceivable achievement thus far has been a sub-.500 career record. The Trail Blazers are a solid organization, though, so it is worth giving the benefit of the doubt to Stotts, whom the Blazers have hired as their new head coach. The 54-year-old Oklahoma alum lost a lot more...
The Portland Trail Blazers hired Terry Stotts as head coach on Tuesday.
Stotts has spent the previous four seasons as an assistant with the Dallas Mavericks. Scott's first head coaching job in the NBA came in 2002 when he replaced Lon Kruger, and coached the Atlanta Hawks to a 52-85 record. He went on to become an assistant with Golden State before getting his second chance...
Terry Stotts says there a lot of good coaches who don't have good records, and he hopes to show Portland fans that he's one of them.
Stotts was introduced Wednesday as the head coach of the Trail Blazers.
Stotts had a 115-168 record as coach of the Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks before spending the past four seasons as an assistant with the Dallas Mavericks.
Via AP on Fox
August 08, 2012
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The Portland Trail Blazers have hired Terry Stotts as head coach.
The move announced Tuesday by Trail Blazers general manager Neil Olshey fills the NBA's last coaching vacancy.
The 54-year-old Stotts had a 115-168 record as coach of the Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks before spending the past four seasons as an assistant with the Dallas Mavericks.
Olshey said in a news release...
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August 07, 2012