This. Reading the OP you'd think the Blazers were the only team with "one-way" players. The truth is most players on all teams are "one-way" players. I coached with a guy. He always was focused on trying to adjust what we did to stop what the other team did, always underselling what we did well. We coached an all-star game once and we had two practices and he was teaching kids Euro-step and complaining that we didn't have a chance because he didn't know how we were going to defend the other team having three 2,000-point scorers. It was then that I pointed out to him that our team had three 2,000-point scorers. I told him let's work on what we do well and make them adjust to us instead of focusing our preparation on changing what we do in reaction to our opponent. I think some fans do the same thing. They get so immersed in what their own team has or doesn't have and take it to hyperbolic levels, not realizing most teams are dealing with similar issues. I read these posts and think we must be one of the worse franchises in the NBA instead of one that makes the playoffs every year.