Can we fire Nate?
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  1. Herr
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    Posted 04/28/2011 10:44 PM

    Let's take a poll vote.  Seriously.  I respect Nate, and was proud to have him resigned.  Why?  He showed maturity.  He looked like he knew what he was doing in most games, and nearly everytime he called a timeout, it was followed by a Blazer run.

    But in the playoffs, this is what happened.

    Game 1 - he lost track of Mathews and Camby.  Aftermath: Fans blamed Roy
    Game 2 - he listened to the fans/media, and didn't play Roy at all
    Game 3 - he played Roy.  Only positive.  We win
    Game 4 - he tried doing what he wanted, and had to be saved by Roy
    Game 5 - He tried to do everything from the first 4 games and put it into one.
    Game 6 - same ordeal.

    He complains about the players not listening to him.  Umm... hello?  Really?  That's your JOB.  I'm also getting sick of seeing the opposing coaches inside the ears of the officials, but Nate sits there and pouts like a little girl with his arms crossed.  I'm also getting sick of him letting his team shoot jumpshot after jumpshot after jumpshot and burying this team alive.  He should have told LaMarcus (who he plays about 43 minutes a game) to get his butt in the paint and score.  Gerald Wallace, Rudy Fernandez, and Nic Batum should be more than just three point shooters.  All 3 of them are NOT good three point shooters.  GW was NEVER a 3 point shooter in Charolette, yet he feels free to take them in Portland.  Ridiculous.  Not to mention Portland has one of the worst offensive game plans in the NBA.  Take away the lob and the Blazers are basically done.

    I respect Nate.  He got us far.  But he can't take us any further.  He's like Blake.  A lot of people were sad to see him go, but look how much of an improvement we have now with Miller.  Try to resign Adelman, who had some of his best days working in Portland.  He knows the fans well.  He knows the league well, and he knows how to take scrub teams to the playoffs.  No way should that Rockets team have competed for a playoff spot.

    So, what are your thoughts?  Fire Nate or Keep him?  I don't think we can survive another season of getting eliminated in 6 games because Nate has no idea what to do in the playoffs.
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  1. BlazerKidinLA
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    Posted 04/28/2011 11:53 PM

    Oh my goodness.. Get out of here please. He's amazing!

    Ever think that the players aren't executing. Or Dallas outplayed us (and is a veteran team... just wait until next season)

    So get out of here with the negative talk.. Waste of energy dude.
  1. Herr
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    Posted 04/28/2011 11:55 PM

    How ironic....

    It's the coaches job to make sure the players execute.  That's Nate's fault.  Now please give me a good reason as to why we should keep him as coach.
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  1. jblodgett
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    Posted 04/28/2011 11:57 PM

    If you're OK with a decent team who makes the playoffs and loses in 6 games in the first round, then Nate is your man. Honestly, I think this Blazer team is better than that.  And I don't think Nate can take us to the next level.
  1. goaldfndr
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    Posted 04/29/2011 12:14 AM

    Umm excuse me? It's not possible for a coach to make the players execute. That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. What's he supposed to do, go out there and screen the opposing team for them?

    Aside from that, I think we need a more offensive-minded coach or at least a highly touted assistant to work on the offense that Nate trusts. 
  1. Victor
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    Posted 04/29/2011 1:38 AM

    Somethings need to change for this team go further, that is clear.
    I do agree that one of the things is the head coach, not because he's a bad coach, but because he seems to lack something on the offensive end of the floor. I don't see the Blazers able to adapt when an opposing team makes a change on defense, they simply look lost and confused, I account this on the coach... there's no versatility even though the Blazers roster is filled with versatile players.
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  1. lucy8u
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    Posted 04/29/2011 11:34 AM

    As much as I love Nate, I think that it is time for him to go; the lack of effective plays and late-game rotations are ridiculous.

    I agree, Adelman might be a good choice to coach the Blazers at this point, I think his coaching style would mesh well with our current players.

    I would really like to see the Blazers keep Chris Johnson, I think he has potential. Oden and Roy need to be let go, there is no reason to continue to build our team around continually injured players.
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  1. DHawes22
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    Posted 04/29/2011 1:55 PM

    We can go back and forth all day long about player rotations this and strategies that, but at the end of the day, if you can't make open shots, you don't win. We simply struggled too mightily in this series to win. In Game 1, we shot like 3-16 from 3. We hit just 1-2 of those and we win that game. Game 2 and Game 5 we couldn't hit at the foul line. All series long Dallas packed the paint and begged us to shoot from outside and we just didn't do it. Is that Nate's fault? In the words of Kevin McCalister from Home Alone "I don't think so!"
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  1. Herr
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    Posted 04/29/2011 3:11 PM

    Not to mention the lack of trust has in his team.
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  1. TJ31
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    Posted 04/29/2011 3:42 PM

    Yeah Dhawes but then last night he takes out the only person that's doing well offensively (Gerald Wallace) for the whole 2nd quarter after having 13 in the first?  We would've kept that lead if he kept playing Wallace.  Also the Blazers always look lost on offense which I blame to the coach.  I've always been behind Nate but we need someone else to win a first round playoff series... a coach that will challenge and motivate their team.
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  1. Jared
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    Posted 04/29/2011 6:37 PM

    Wallace didnt play the second quarter of last game because he had a back problem, that wasnt a coaching a decision.
    The first thing you have to look at is the cards Nates been dealt. Before the season even started we had three injuries. Oden, Pendergraph, and Williams. We also went into the season with two second round draft picks as our backup point guards. Then Roy goes down, we lose Przybilla, Camby. This team had no business even being in the playoffs with two of the three biggest pieces going down. Then we get the trade and are left with one center who isn't even healthy. Wallace is learning a whole new system while playing out of position for most of the time. We also had only one decent three point shooter all year in Matthews and hes as streaky as they come. Nate deserves at least one healthy season before you can even consider firing him.
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  1. ClydeFrog
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    Posted 04/29/2011 7:12 PM

    Nate was out-coached by Adleman in 09. Understandable. Rick has always been one of the great coaches in the game. This was also only Nate's 2nd playoffs ever.

    Last year, Alvin Gentry slightly out-coached him. All right. Gentry made the first adjustment by putting Hill on Miller after Game 1 and we never took advantage of Nash on Batum. Now, we were rail thin that year and Batum isn't much of a post player. Also, he stuck with Rudy too long in the starting lineup. Bayless should have been starting from Game 1. But again, a pass as Brandon was 8 days removed from surgery, LA hadn't become aggressive yet, Przy & Oden were out & it was jut a messed up year.

    This year, I felt like it was an evenly matched coaching battle between Carlisle and Nate. I still think, playoffs or not, we switch the pick and roll way to often. Our guards need to learn how to fight through screens. I think the offense got better but at times it was still downright predictable. Post up down low, stand & watch as LA gets double teamed. Rinse and repeat. Where is the cutting, the slashing? Just sending a simple cutter would negate the doubles on LA. But for the most part the offense was alright, better than in past. And you can't do much with a bunch of streaky shooters. Outside of Matthews, who would count on making a 3? We are easy to gameplan against in the half court. Pack the paint and dare us to beat you from the outside.

    All in all, I think Nate is a Top 10 coach and I don't think you can blame him for the losses in the playoffs. Is it his fault Batum and Rudy are no shows for the past 3 seasons? Is it his fault he's never had a serviceable backup point guard to go to? Is it his fault our centers during this run can't stay healthy? Is it his fault we have no outside shooters?

    I think personnel is more of the reason we haven't get out of the first round than coaching in my opinion. KP didn't stock the fridge with as much goodies before he left as we once thought and Cho is just now getting starting in re-stocking the goods.
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  1. ijamesza
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    Posted 04/29/2011 7:12 PM

    Let's speak of LOGICAL: Nate is a terrible playoff coach. Why? Because If he put Chris johnson on dirk and LMA down low for the rebound we would crash the board so easy but instead he put Camby down low witch Camby like 40 year olds? No speed, couldn't dunk(miss the dunk last year if u remember),old, couldn't jump vs Johnson, young player, Fast, Toughness, high jump, PHYSICAL!. Seriously man a team with 3 guy 6'11 ft - 7 ft lost a rebound to a 6'1-6'3 team. Wallace is 6'8 so yeah I was so mad. Why play Rudy when he's a fucking thin player? For the offensive LMA and Chris Johnson down low they would OWN THE BOARD and use Roy like Kobe to shoot while LMA and Chris johnson getting rebound. LMA wear out cuz CAMBY is not helping shit. he doesn't drive or try to smack the board because he's old. LMA got hit, bump, and foul so obviously he doesn't want to get hurt and wear out. Good Coach win a regular season, Great Coach in a playoff game and this is the reason why he lost 3 years in a row first round playoff. Look a Phill jackson 12 rings why? Becauhse He's serious, he called his team a punks and guess what? Laker flip the switch and win the next game. While FUCKING NATE made Roy went TEAR in game 2 and said" No body want to see him on the floor than me" Please man. 
  1. ijamesza
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    Posted 04/29/2011 7:12 PM

    Let's speak of LOGICAL: Nate is a terrible playoff coach. Why? Because If he put Chris johnson on dirk and LMA down low for the rebound we would crash the board so easy but instead he put Camby down low witch Camby like 40 year olds? No speed, couldn't dunk(miss the dunk last year if u remember),old, couldn't jump vs Johnson, young player, Fast, Toughness, high jump, PHYSICAL!. Seriously man a team with 3 guy 6'11 ft - 7 ft lost a rebound to a 6'1-6'3 team. Wallace is 6'8 so yeah I was so mad. Why play Rudy when he's a fucking thin player? For the offensive LMA and Chris Johnson down low they would OWN THE BOARD and use Roy like Kobe to shoot while LMA and Chris johnson getting rebound. LMA wear out cuz CAMBY is not helping shit. he doesn't drive or try to smack the board because he's old. LMA got hit, bump, and foul so obviously he doesn't want to get hurt and wear out. Good Coach win a regular season, Great Coach in a playoff game and this is the reason why he lost 3 years in a row first round playoff. Look a Phill jackson 12 rings why? Becauhse He's serious, he called his team a punks and guess what? Laker flip the switch and win the next game. While FUCKING NATE made Roy went TEAR in game 2 and said" No body want to see him on the floor than me" Please man
  1. JOHNNYBTRAIN
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    Posted 04/29/2011 10:33 PM

    True that brah...good coach far from great.

    The thing that irritates me most is every playoff series the players look FLAT and TIRED,sure thaey can pick there energy up for the odd game,but a 7 game play off series no chance,why...coach expects too much of his major players minutes wise,quality not quantity.

    Miller plays well in playoffs but Barera constintantly ran past him,they made him work hard in defence.Miller great QB but is a liability in defence,Nate honestly needed to give Miller some rest and there were times you could see he was getting beat due to slower legs or was just tired,he is amazing when not fatigued but he can not be as effective playing long stretches.

    So much is depended of LA and he plays way to many minutes particulary in the regular season.Last year and this year Nate hardly used the bench and I know some of you will say what bench,but when he had to for example when Miller was suspended he gave Mills big minutes and what happened Mills played a major part in victory(and No I'm not advocating Mills to start,he ain't ready yet)the next game...back to riding the pine.

    I get the impression he does not want to upset he's starting players or has no confidence in he's own coaching ability.The Playoffs are the big picture not just getting there (although thats all Blazer Management is concerned about considering the revenue that they made from the Blazers loyal fans)part of WINNING in Playoffs is to have fresh energized players,how do you get that-give more responsibility and playing time to the younger brigade.Sure it won't be pretty at times but they will be a lot better for it (mentally and physically).

    Maybe then the players will know there role and ALL players will buy into "the system".
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  1. JOHNNYBTRAIN
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    Posted 04/29/2011 11:31 PM

    Yeah,I know CONSTANTLY...but "Valvoline you know what I mean".
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  1. kenny c.
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    Posted 04/30/2011 12:00 PM

    Dallas just played better, simple as that. They made the big shots when they had too and they had Dirk who was awesome in this series while LA was just decent. Some times you just have to accept that the other team played better. As far as Nate's coaching I think he did everything he could have done in this series to put the team in the position to win, but the players missed shots and our bench was a non factor. Give nate respect and I'm happy he is coming back next year. Please Portland fans, Stop crying about dumb unchangeable things.
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  1. L.T.G
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    Posted 04/30/2011 1:24 PM

    Can we fire you instead? maybe have you traded to another board and team? thoughts? poll?
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  1. RedBlazer
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    Posted 04/30/2011 1:29 PM

    I agree! Nate for future second round pick!
  1. TJ31
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    Posted 04/30/2011 2:09 PM

    My bad I was at the game in the 300s so I had no clue GW was out cuz of his back...
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  1. TayC
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    Posted 04/30/2011 6:57 PM

    i think that Nate may of contributed to the list of problems that plagued this team against dallas.
    but what sticks out more than his problems were the problems of the players.
    the endless amounts of three's.
    the inconsistency in "showing up to play"
    Aldridge regressing a 5 month increase of technique in just a week.....

    yeah nate has his problems, his lack-a-dasial playbook, his terrible rotation at times.
    but that doesnt matter. If you get put in by your coach you better play like a pro, because thats what you are....
    well thats not what i saw/
    this whole playoff stint, the only thing we achieved is giving Brandon Roy a night he will never forget.
    this team has not learned a single lesson in the past three playoff flops.
    the same mistakes is all i see.

    you see the problem is, portland with its luck, if they cut nate, theyre not going to be handed a coach like monty williams or tom thibodeau, oh no. thats why if you cut nate, then all of the work in building any type of chemistry will be gone.

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  1. The Unholy
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    Posted 05/01/2011 12:43 AM

    i liked the defensive intensity the team showed out on the floor, it kept them in the game for the most part but it doesnt matter how well you defend if you cant hit your shots. dallas hit theirs. the mavs deserve alot of credit. you cant blame the coach for the team not hitting shots. to fire nate would be ridiculous, instead i believe cho should hire an assistant coach who can coordinate the offense better. if your internet stops working are you going to throw your computer out in the street? when something doesnt work dont blow it up make it better. there is no ONE solution to any problem. work it out.
    how come everytime something doesnt go the way you want it to a bunch of fans throw hissy fits? dont wet your pants people. best fans my ass. some of you are so two faced its disgusting. get rid of oden, get rid of roy, fire nate. awhile back the same people were saying to trade lamarcus for being too soft. the point being is that you dont know as much as most of you give yourselves credit for. so man up and quit being crybabies (mod edit-deletion, vulgarity)
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  1. BDawg
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    Posted 05/01/2011 3:54 PM

    I agree with The Unholy, for the most part.  Consider first the hand Nate was dealt, yet AGAIN this season.  Take the best player and third or fourth best player from any other playoff team this year and see what happens.  Our Blazers had an INCREDIBLE season, and once again overachieved IMO.  This team was built around pieces that are not playing (or are in a very diminished role) and have been trying to plug those spots while on the run and not losing focus for the last two seasons...arguably even three.  Nate has done an excellent job with having far less to work with than most.  That said, I was very outspoken and critical of Nate's choices for his staff, particularly Bernie, feeling like an offensive guru should have been among the choices.

    Worth mentioning too, is Nate's contract.  It's bothersome to me that he only signed for two years, the first of which will likely be reduced, or in worse case scenario, may not even be played.  That being the case, Nate really only signed for one more FULL season.  That concerns me.
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  1. BlazerFan#24
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    Posted 05/02/2011 2:48 PM

    i agree with herr on the topic of "opposing coaches taking advantage of the refs"  its true just look at coaches like rivers and popovich and d'antoni  all standing next to the refs convincing them to make irresponsible calls ,
    but overall i say its not really nate's fault i really consider it a personnel issue since we also have a "Semi-Aging" roster with miller and camby  and inconsistent shooters like rudy (as much of a fan as i am of rudy he needs to set up a tent in the blazers training facility and shoot for the whole offseason) so basically rudy , batums , and matthews  "3-goggles" need a new perscription because clearly their shots arent falling but hey , at least we have some potential with G.O  Coming back.  well....if he does
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  1. Rayann
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    Posted 05/02/2011 6:28 PM

    Certain coaches in the NBA get to sit and talk with the refs and keep bugging until they get the whistles.
    Nate does not do that as much as other coaches maybe he needs to complain more so the Blazer players will get a majority of the calls that do affect the outcome of the game at the free throw line.
    He is a great coach with discipline but maybe he has even too much discipline on himsef.
    The Whole season he made wins possible with injuries again so if you wanna talk down on him for the playoffs you should be happy he got The Blazers there in the first place.
  1. BDawg
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    Posted 05/02/2011 6:49 PM

    Posted By Rayann on 05/02/2011 6:28 PM
    Certain coaches in the NBA get to sit and talk with the refs and keep bugging until they get the whistles.
    Nate does not do that as much as other coaches maybe he needs to complain more so the Blazer players will get a majority of the calls that do affect the outcome of the game at the free throw line.
    He is a great coach with discipline but maybe he has even too much discipline on himsef.
    The Whole season he made wins possible with injuries again so if you wanna talk down on him for the playoffs you should be happy he got The Blazers there in the first place.
    There it is.

    I'm sure the message boards in Los Angeles would all be calling for Phil's head should the Lakers have lost Kobe and Bynum for the season, or bulk of, consequently failing to get out of the first round.  Let's be realistic.  Nate got this team the sixth seed with consistent production from only three players.  THREE.  Coaches are responsible for alot of things, but they can't make the ball go in.  Remember, before the emergence of LA 2.0, the best (and only) post player on the roster was the STARTING PG!  Nate's fault?  Nope.  He played the hand he was dealt, and played it well.  COTY in my book, hands down.



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  1. occassia
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    Posted 05/02/2011 7:50 PM

    No, we can't fire Nate. 
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  1. Patch
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    Posted 05/02/2011 9:23 PM

    I respect your position and think this is a valid topic of discussion. Kudos, Herr for always bringing up a conversation starter.

    Keep Nate, but get him more support from the assistant coaches, bench players and management.

    Those things are coming next year I suspect vis-à-vis Cho, Williams and some trades/acquisitions.
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  1. bonjustin8
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    Posted 05/03/2011 9:05 PM

    Get Jerry Sloan!!!
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  1. CarlJ1
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    Posted 05/04/2011 7:14 PM

    The one thing we should be concerned about is healthy players not coaching changes people have to realize is that do you think we will have the same results with another coach think of the message that will send to the players if Nate was fired the players on this team still believe in Nate because they haven't tune him out and they taken his identity if they did I would see the point of having a new coach but until they do tune him out Nate's our coach and A damn good one at that.

    And i'm with BDawg on the contract situation that is bothersome but we just have to hope the franchise makes the right choice if it's keeping Nate or getting some one else but I just feel that Nate is the right coach for this team.

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  1. ClydeFrog
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    Posted 05/05/2011 2:44 PM

    I'd give Nate his two more years that he's earned via his contract extension. Assuming no more major injuries and the same core of players are around (LA,Roy,Wesley,Gerald,Nic,Oden?), I think Nate needs to get this team to the 2nd round. Yes, we have major holes to fill, but I think Cho will get it done. We are too talented across the board to have an 11 year 2nd round drought. So basically, if Nate doesn't get us out of the first round in the next two years, then I'll put him on the hot seat and consider going in another direction. Right now? No. We still haven't seen what he can do with a healthy Big 3 and although Roy will never be the Roy of old, he proved he can still be a playmaker when it counts.
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  1. Holly Stout
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    Posted 05/05/2011 3:13 PM

    Nate,.. is GREAT!! Thanks for all your hard work Coach! It was a tough year with all of the injuries etc., but we persevered and even still made the playoffs!! :) Looking forward to the next two, and thanks again!
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  1. jreevus
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    Posted 05/08/2011 2:48 PM

    Please! Please stop with the armchair coaching. Not one of you commenting here has any experience coaching in the NBA. I doubt any of you could coach a girls high school team, so stop with the fricking blogshit coaching. Nate has been acknowledged year after year as one of the better coaches in the NBA. He has taken adversity and turned what most thought was a tragic injury ridden season into a respectable effort to compete. This discussion was started by a long winded twit that seems to know near nothing of basketball. The " I told you so, " douche bag that predicted the Lakers would sweep the Mavs. So try to keep your BS in perspective. It's great to care about your team but to assume that you could make better decisions than someone who has spent their life playing and coaching basketball is just lame and delusional. Until Herr gets a call to step up and coach the U.S. basketball team I think I'll take Nate's decision making over Herr's mindless rants any day. 
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