#ICYMI: @trailblazers Part Ways With Head Coach Terry Stotts, Olshey Remains

Stotts departs as Portland’s second all-time winningest coach

PORTLAND The Portland Trail Blazers and Terry Stotts have mutually agreed to part ways it was announced late Friday night.

The announcement was made by Neil Olshey, the embattled president of basketball operations responsible for the Trail Blazers’ roster and draft picks. It appears with three years remaining on Olshey’s contract there is little appetite to search for a new coach and new team president.

“I have the utmost respect for Terry and what he has accomplished these past nine seasons,” Olshey said. “This was a difficult decision on both a personal and professional level but it’s in the best interest of the franchise to move in another direction.”

Stotts completed his ninth season as head coach of the Trail Blazers in 2020-21 after guiding Portland to a 42-30 record and an eighth consecutive postseason appearance.
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A 27-year coaching veteran, Portland introduced Stotts as the franchise’s 14th head coach on August 7, 2012. He is the second-winningest coach in franchise history after Jack Ramsay. Overall, Stotts holds a career coaching record of 517- 486 (.515) and a 402-318 (.558) mark with Portland.

“We are all grateful for Terry’s contributions and his nine years with the Trail Blazers,” Jody Allen, chair of the Trail Blazers said. “I appreciate his steadfast dedication to the players, the game, and the broader Portland community. We wish him the best in his future endeavors.”