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The Spurs are on pace to have one of the best 3-point shooting seasons in NBA history, even though coach Gregg Popovich famously hates the 3-point shot
Pop gives broadcasting legend's son a tie his father would have loved
Given who his father was, Craig Sager II has probably received many colorful pieces of clothing as gifts during his lifetime. Still, the tie he received from Gregg Popovich on Sunday night was extremely special. It was the one the San Antonio Spurs coach wore to Sager Sr.'s funeral last month....
Craig Sager II said he was 'speechless'.
A very nice gesture from the Spurs coach.
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich gave the tie he wore to the late Craig Sager's funeral to the reporter's son, Craig Sager Jr.
Popovich paid his respect to the late great on game day
San Antonio Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich didn’t let his team’s NBA schedule stop him from paying his respects to longtime sideline reporter Craig Sager, who died last week at age 65 from leukemia. Although slated to coach the Spurs against the Houston Rockets Tuesday night, Popovich flew to Atlanta to attend Sager’s funeral earlier in the day. Gregg […]
Even before longtime TNT broadcaster Craig Sager was diagnosed with Leukemia and eventually lost his battle, San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich shared a special bond with the fancy suited legend especially when being interviewed by him during games. Last Thursday, Sager lost that battle with cancer and nothing was going to stop Popovich […]
Pop has a game against the division rival Rockets at 8:00, but that didn’t stop him from paying his respects. The San Antonio Spurs have a big game Tuesday night against the 21-7 Houston Rockets. But that didn’t stop Spurs head coach...Show More Summary
The ceremony featured Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and coach Gregg Popovich, among others.
The San Antonio Spurs honored Tim Duncan as much for his selflessness as for the five NBA championships he brought to the city, retiring his jersey during an emotional ceremony that left him and Gregg Popovich fighting back tears
SAN ANTONIO -- Gregg Popovich arrived at Tim Duncan’s jersey retirement ceremony well prepared. In his suit coat pocket were several tissues, folded neatly, just in case. The San Antonio Spurs coach nearly needed them when he expressed...Show More Summary
The ceremony will be Sunday after San Antonio's game against New Orleans
Gregg Popovich isn’t a big fan of having to answer to the media, but on Thursday, prior to his team’s game against the Suns, the Spurs coach used his audience to talk about what was really important – the news of his friend and TNT sideline reporter Craig Sager’s death. Gregg is known to speak […]
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is a man of few words, but he had plenty to describe Craig Sager.
Pop: “If any of us can display half the courage he has to stay on this planet, to live every life as is if it’s his last, we’d be well off.” #Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was shaken up on the passing of Craig Sager. Didn't take any questions afterward. Show More Summary
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is a famous curmudgeon who expresses his open disgust with the NBA’s stipulation that coaches give sideline interviews during nationally televised games. Nobody drew his ire more than Craig Sager, and the pair’s welcome-back hug was one of the most touching moments during Sager’s last stint on TNT. Read more...
"I’ll miss him very much."