From the time he was a little boy Sebastien De La Cruz absolutely knew his priorities "There are three things that are important in my life - God, family and mariachi," said the San Antonio native who made it to the semifinals on America's...Show More Summary
1. What if Harvard designed a barbecue smoker? 2. Emotion-detecting eyeglasses? 3. Some international minimum wage comparisons. 4. Correct link for “sacred Arabic” nudge. 5. Gregg Popovich has multi-faceted wisdom. 6. Was the election all about Scotland? And redux on my “Should Scotland leave the UK?” 7. Dan Drezner on TPP.
No one but Gregg Popovich was made available to the media for exit interviews Monday—San Antonio Spurs players, we can only assume, were still recovering from their Game 7 loss The post Gregg Popovich: Spurs May Look ‘Considerably different’ Next Season appeared first on SLAMonline.
The San Antonio Spurs are facing their most uncertain future ever under longtime coach Gregg Popovich.
Popovich was asked if Duncan, Parker, and Ginobili would be back next year. He answered the only way he knows how.
The Spurs lost, so naturally the question of whether the team's core of Gregg Popovich, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili returns next year came up in the postgame press conference. Most coaches swat this away with disdain. Gregg...Show More Summary
The Clippers and the San Antonio Spurs will play a winner-takes-all Game 7 at Staples Center at 5 p.m. PDT. The winner will play the Houston Rockets in the second round of the playoffs. Before the game, Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich offered a bit of perspective.
Mike Budenholzer, a longtime assistant of San Antonio Coach Gregg Popovich, has helped build a team along with Danny Ferry that borrows principles from the Spurs.
The rant was classic Gregg Popovich, his words ripping his team to the core while also being designed to challenge his San Antonio Spurs.
In the grand scheme of things, the Los Angeles Clippers can't panic if things don't go their way this time—not after a Game 5 loss that could have gone either way. "It was anybody's game," San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich told the Associated Press' Greg Beacham (h/t ESPN.com) after the game. Show More Summary
And the transcription of Pop's media session after shootaround this morning is off to a rousing start! pic.twitter.com/37KAO1jWi0 April 28, 2015 Read more...
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All of the catchphrases Gregg Popovich delivered were telling in how the San Antonio coach chose to admonish his players.
Fact: Tim Duncan and Gregg Popovich have combined for 150 playoff wins—the most by a player/coach duo in NBA history. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: SportsCenter Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
It's been a season of firsts for the Atlanta Hawks. Mike Budenholzer, as he learned when former instructor Gregg Popovich gave him a memorable call, won his first Coach of the Year award. All five starters were named Players of the Month in January; it was the first time the league gave such recognition to a quintet. Show More Summary
The "hack-a-player" strategy has never been popular among NBA fans, and San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has drawn some ire during the playoffs this year for his persistent fouling of Los Angeles Clippers big man DeAndre Jordan. NBA...Show More Summary
Spurs need an effective Tony Parker Here’s the San Antonio Express-News with a key health update on the Spurs: Spurs coach Gregg Popovich says perennially hobbled point guard Tony Parker will play in Game 3 tonight against the L.A. Clippers. Given Parker left Game 2 in the fourth quarter with soreness in his right Achilles tendon — to go [...]
The San Antonio Spurs tied up the series 1-1 against the Los Angeles Clippers with Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich implementing hack-a-DeAndre-Jordan, fouling him repeatedly at the end of the game with the knowledge that Jordan is aShow More Summary
Although Mike Budenholzer was named the 2014-15 NBA Coach of the Year, the Atlanta Hawks leader believes somebody else is "the real coach of the year." San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich. Budenholzer spent many years working on Popovich's staff in San Antonio before he landed the head coaching job in Atlanta in 2013. Show More Summary
‘It seems appropriate to finish with the real Coach of the Year, Gregg Popovich.’