The San Antonio Spurs have made the playoffs again and have extended their streak to 15 consecutive seasons in the playoffs. Every full year that Gregg Popovich has coached the Spurs has ended in the playoffs, with three NBA titles to show for it. This year the Spurs will enter as the No. 1 seed with a current record of 49-16, posting their best winning percentage of any year in Popovich's tenure.
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
No team in the NBA is built quite like the San Antonio Spurs. During the Tim Duncan, Gregg Popovich era—which dates back to the 1997-98 season—the Spurs have made the playoffs 17 consecutive times and won four titles. That success a... Read Post
Gregg Popovich is leading the San Antonio Spurs into the playoffs for the 17th consecutive season, but how would the longtime coach's 2013-14 performance so far appear on a report card? Pop's season is separated into three categorie... Read Post