Damian Lillard has always remained loyal to the Portland Trail Blazers. Now more than ever, though, his resolve is going to get tested.

After another disappointing campaign for the Blazers, it appears that Lillard is no longer as happy as he once was in Portland. There have been rumors of a potential move away from the Blazers, but it seems that Dame’s commitment remains steadfast. Nevertheless, this doesn’t mean that he’s ready to accept his fate.

According to Jason Quick of The Athletic, Lillard now expects the Blazers front office to make the necessary moves to help him succeed:

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Terry Stotts is out as coach. There are rumblings that Damian Lillard is getting antsy. The calls for Neil Olshey to make a franchise-changing move are louder than ever. And the franchise’s commitment to CJ McCollum is once again being questioned.

Lillard’s 31st birthday approaches in July, and after another season in which Lillard went above and beyond to elevate the Blazers, only to be let down in the playoffs by lack of adjustments and lack of a supporting cast, there is a palpable sense of urgency coming from Lillard’s camp. Lillard wants to win big, and he wants to do it now, and following the Blazers’ first-round exit at the hands of a shorthanded Denver roster, it wasn’t hard to see Lillard’s frustration.

This is not surprising at all. Lillard has always remained faithful to the team so it is only right that he expects this type of all-out support from the organization. Perhaps what is most of note here is how Lillard has become “antsy.” He understands that he’s nearing the twilight of his career and that his championship window is closing. Whatever the Blazers have to do, they have to do it now.