The Portland Trail Blazers are likely to part ways with Terry Stotts this offseason unless the team goes on an impressive run in the playoffs, according to a source who spoke with The Athletic.

Stotts has one season remaining on his contract.

Sources also tell The Athletic that Stotts has less player support than he had in the past.

If the Blazers make a coaching change, they're expected to consider Lakers assistant Jason Kidd, Hawks interim coach Nate McMillan, 76ers assistant Dave Joerger, Clippers assistant Chauncey Billups and Spurs vice president of basketball operations Brent Barry.

The Blazers prefer a high profile coach to replace Stotts should they move on from him.