In the NBA, having a dependable coach might be the most important aspect to being a powerhouse title threat outside of locking down a franchise player for the long haul. Luckily, the San Antonio Spurs were somehow able to snag both. 15 years later, they are still a contender out West. There is a reason that many franchises have said they want to model themselves after the Spurs, both from a personnel and roster standpoint.
The fact that the San Antonio Spurs success since the drafting of Tim Duncan—four NBA titles and a whole lot of wins—is a byproduct of their terrific drafting is no secret. Coach Gregg Popovich and the rest of the Spurs' management ... Read Post
If San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich isn’t the best coach in the NBA, he’s certainly in the top three. Under his leadership the Spurs have turned into the NBA’s model franchise, winning championships in 1999, 2003, 2005, and 20... Read Post
If there are any gaps in Gregg Popovich's coaching resume, you'd be hard-pressed to find them. Now in his 18th season at the helm of the San Antonio Spurs, Pop has amassed four NBA titles, two Coach of the Year awards, the ninth-mos... Read Post