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Monday, November 17th, 2008 at 10:30 am  |  11 responses

Nate McMillan: Not a Hard Ass

In Portland, the coach doesn’t always have the final say on play selection (even in critical moments.)

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  • rollezed

    first

  • rollezed

    Whatever. as long as roy can nail down his clutch shots, he should let him do what he likes to do. good job by nate.

  • http://AllAbout-Penis-Enlargement.com Jukai

    That’s spelled h-e-l-l-u…

  • http://deceptivelyquick.blogspot.com JackBrown

    I love all this Blazerness.

  • http://theghostofroyhobbs.blogspot.com Mo Charlo

    I want the Blazers to win always.

  • Breeze

    i think that more coaches should use this method…because player are out there on the floor and can see how the offense is working and defense is moving and how to use to thier favor of play

  • ciolkstar

    Roy is a bad man, I really like Nate McMillan as a coach but he needs to let his leaders lead.

  • The Promise

    This is how you win your players over. Let the teams best player set the play up sometimes. I like it.

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  • Scoop

    I think its good to see a mutual decision making thing going on here. Who wants to play for a coach who doesn’t have enough confidence in his players to let them call a few every now and then?

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