There has been plenty of talk about super teams in the NBA as of late. While some players are willing to leave their current situation to chase a title, others aren't so eager to do the same and would rather win a championship right where they are. One of those players is Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard, who spoke about why he wants to stay put in Portland.

"It will affect a lot of other people," Lillard told Yahoo Sports. "Like I'm saying, I do want to win a championship but there's other stuff that means more to me. It's almost like I'm not willing to sell myself out for that instead of impacting this."

"I want to win a championship, I compete to win a championship, but I've learned that it's about so many other things. I think a lot of people tell you just because you go out and win a championship ... And then they look back and they're like 'man, this happened because of that, this happened because of that.' When my career is over and I know the relationships that I'm gonna have, I'm going to know the people who knew I was solid with them ... That I did it the right way."

The Trail Blazers are currently fourth in the Western Conference with a record of 34-23.