I've got to disagree. Um, he had the potential to be the greatest player of all time, but I would probably go with just off the cuff. I'm thinking Clyde Drexler, but Roy didn't have long enough career to be able to establish himself as the greatest player of all time for the organization. Yeah, I think that's definitely like shows, names age, right? Because I think game is like a little bit younger than us and like this feels like, you know, Brandon Roy. Certainly, when we were like in high school, college was the man and like, super exciting. So I definitely agree with you that there's certainly like an element of him, just kind of like Maybe he, as the young folks say, he might stand Brandon Roy more than anyone else. But it feels like being nice kind of moment. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. Clyde Drexler is an interesting one. And obviously Bill Walton, did the Blazers ever win a championship? Uh, I don't know. If it was way back in the day they might have. They haven't won anything in recent history. I know that They made it to the finals in, uh, 90 and 92 lost to the Pistons and the, um balls. Right? Yeah. Cliff Robinson pops into my mind, but I don't think he actually when I when I think of, like, that's more of like my emotions. But then when you think of you have Clyde Drexler, certainly probably number one game, probably number two. Uh, Roy, Maybe number three. Bill Walton's up there. Um, actually just pulled up a list. LaMarcus Aldridge. This certainly, you know, sort of up there. Um, there's a guy named Jeff Petrie. Don't know who that guy is, but he's He's apparently come well known. And okay. All right, let's the next.