May 21 (UPI) -- Head coach Terry Stotts and the Portland Trail Blazers agreed to a multiyear contract extension, the team announced Tuesday. The Blazers didn't disclose financial terms of the agreement.
The extension was revealed one day after the Golden State Warriors swept the Trail Blazers in the NBA Western Conference finals. It was Portland's first trip to the conference finals since 2000.
Stotts, who completed his seventh season as Portland's head coach, guided the Trail Blazers to the No. 3 seed in the West and a 53-29 record in the regular season. Portland had one of its most successful seasons in franchise history despite losing starting big man Jusuf Nurkic to a significant leg injury March 25.
Stotts has led the Trail Blazers to six straight playoff appearances. The 61-year-old coach has a 325-249 record in his seven years with the franchise.