Stotts agrees to multiyear extension with Blazers

Pippen: Now isn't the time to offer Lillard supermax (1:38)

Scottie Pippen claims the Blazers have too many holes to fill on their roster to be throwing Damian Lillard a supermax contract this summer. (1:38)

The Portland Trail Blazers and head coach Terry Stotts have agreed to a multiyear contract extension.

The Blazers announced the extension Tuesday but did not disclose terms.

The deal was announced one day after the Golden State Warriors swept Portland in the Western Conference finals. It was the Blazers' first trip to the conference finals since 2000.

Portland surged to its most successful season in nearly two decades despite losing starting center Jusuf Nurkic to a fractured leg on March 25.

Stotts just completed his seventh season as the Blazers' coach and has guided Portland to six consecutive playoff appearances.

Stotts, 61, is 325-249 in his seven seasons with Portland and owns a career record of 440-417 in parts of 11 seasons with the Blazers, Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks.