Losing games is bad for any franchise, but winning in ways that aren't sustainable can be just as damaging long-term. Head Coach Terry Stotts of the Portland Trail Blazers tried to get that across to his players after their overtime victory against the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday night, according to Jason Quick of NBCSNW. Quick relays the story through the words of Portland stalwarts Ed Davis and CJ McCollum. “He knows we are capable of much more,'' CJ McCollum said. “We haven't played our best basketball. We have been pissing away games and not executing. We have to do some things better so we are not in those situations where … we could have lost tonight.'' And... “Unacceptable,'' Davis said.