I kind of feel sorry for the guy. On one hand, he managed to secure a contract he didn't really deserve, but how can you fault him for getting as much money as possible? On the other hand, it puts a lot of pressure on him to be a go-to guy, every night, all game long. I think in a certain way, it's also one more indication of how good of a coach Nate is. Nearly every player we've traded since Nate has been coaching performed their best as a Blazer. He managed to extract Travis' strengths while hiding his weaknesses.