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Gregg Popovich Had Two Heart Procedures Last Year

The San Antonio Spurs inked head coach Gregg Popovich to a reported five-year extension last summer, and by all accounts, the 66-year-old legend intends to honor the entire pact. ESPN The post Gregg Popovich Had Two Heart Procedures Last Year appeared first on SLAMonline.

Larry Brown Says Gregg Popovich Nearly Retired After November Heart Surgery

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has indicated that his career is far from over, but health issues may have given the five-time NBA champion some pause last season. According to Buck Harvey of the San Antonio Express-NewsShow More Summary

Gregg Popovich praises San Antonio's Becky Hammon, says her coaching is not a 'gimmick'

4 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

It will be no gimmick when - not if - Becky Hammon becomes a head coach in the NBA. 

Gregg Popovich says female head coach and openly gay NBA player are 'going to happen'

In a recent interview, the Spurs' coach discussed the progress being made in locker room culture and how it needs to continue. Gregg Popovich gave a rare 25-minute long interview to KNBR's Mr. T and Ratto podcast recently. During the...Show More Summary

Gregg Popovich said Becky Hammon 'did a great job trying to make guys play the way we wanted them to play'

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said Becky Hammon’s impact as the first female assistant coach was “even bigger” than when (...)

San Antonio Spurs Present Immediate Challenge to Golden State Warriors' Throne

Until proven otherwise, the Golden State Warriors deserve to be called the NBA champions. But after the San Antonio Spurs completed a flurry of offseason moves, Gregg Popovich's team presents the greatest immediate challenge to the Warriors'...Show More Summary

Meet the European Behemoth Who Risked an NBA Contract to Play a Bitter Rival

By all accounts, the San Antonio Spurs completely owned the 2015 NBA offseason. R. C. Buford, Gregg Popovich and company allowed a few expendable players to walk; re-signed incumbent superstars Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Kawhi Leonard;...Show More Summary

Gregg Popovich Coaching Team Africa in NBA Africa Game

The NBA will play its first game on African soil ever, as a team of first and second-generation African players take on a selection of global, non-African NBA players in an exhibition game in South Africa. Coaching the African team will be none other than Gregg Popovich. And the assortment of talent he has at […]

Rosters for first NBA game in Africa announced; Gregg Popovich to coach

The NBA will play its first-ever exhibition game in Africa on Aug. 1 and slated to play are quite a few stars. The NBA released the full roster on Thursday, including a superstar coaching announcement. Five-time NBA champion Gregg Popovich has been assigned to coach Team Africa, which is made up entirely of players who […]

Popovich to Coach, Gasols to Play in NBA's 1st Africa Game

Gregg Popovich will coach Team Africa with captain Luol Deng, while brothers Pau and Marc Gasol will play for Team World in the NBA's first game in Africa.

Congratulations to Becky Hammon, Gregg Popovich and the San Antonio Spurs, Again

Coach Hammon and The Spurs are leading the way on gender equality in the coaching space. The post Congratulations to Becky Hammon, Gregg Popovich and the San Antonio Spurs, Again appeared first on The Good Men Project.

LaMarcus Aldridge said Gregg Popovich was exactly how he appears on TV

“You’ve seen TNT interviews, right? It was like that, but a little bit nicer.”

Tim Duncan reportedly takes hefty pay cut to remain with the Spurs

2 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

NBA coaches everywhere are probably really jealous of San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich right now after Tim Duncan literally left money on the table when negotiating his new deal. According to Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the 15-time all-star agreed to take a $5 million pay cut on Thursday to help his team land LaMarcus Aldridge and retain […]

San Antonio Spurs Drop the Mic on 2015 Free Agency with David West Signing

Are you kidding me, Gregg Popovich? The San Antonio Spurs won't stop digging, and somehow, they keep striking gold. Turner Sports' own David Aldridge reports the Spurs weren't done when they agreed to terms with LaMarcus Aldridge over...Show More Summary

Gregg Popovich assured LaMarcus Aldridge he will coach until 2019

It helped lured the free agent to San Antonio. The San Antonio Spurs signed coveted free agent LaMarcus Aldridge to a four-year deal on Saturday, and they were guaranteed Gregg Popovich will be around until at least 2019, too. In luring...Show More Summary

Spurs Sign LaMarcus Aldridge To 4-Year, $80 Million Deal

LaMarcus Aldridge will sign a four-ear with the San Antonio Spurs, according to a Yahoo report. After a week of meetings. The star free agent choose to join Gregg Popovich, Tim The post Spurs Sign LaMarcus Aldridge To 4-Year, $80 Million Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.

Gregg Popovich says he's 'not calling anyone at midnight' to start NBA free agency

When the clock strikes midnight on July 1, it will become open season for NBA teams as free agency will officially begin. The Spurs are (...)

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has a great philosophy on midnight free agency meetings

NBA free agency opens on July 1, and many teams plan to waste no time in meeting with prospective targets. The Warriors are meeting with Draymond Green at midnight. The Lakers and Rockets will pitch themselves to LaMarcus Aldridge "shortly...Show More Summary

Gregg Popovich Says He Won't Be Calling Free Agents at Midnight, Will Be in Bed

Many coaches will begin making calls as soon as NBA free agency opens at midnight Wednesday—but don't expect any calls from Gregg Popovich, free agents. "I'm not calling anyone at midnight," the San Antonio Spurs coach told the San Antonio Express-News. Show More Summary

Don't you dare call Gregg Popovich after midnight, NBA free agents

Gregg Popovich's rules are a lot like the rules in Gremlins. No bright light, don't get him wet and whatever you do -- don't call him after midnight. The Spurs coach is very, VERY clear on that last one when it comes to NBA free agency. "I'm not calling anyone at midnight. Show More Summary

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