David Aldridge interviewing Gregg Popovich. Photo via Wikimedia Commons In a recent conversation on Twitter about NBA free agency, Elias Isquith of Salon expressed amusement at the fact that mainstream NBA reporters turn into “totalShow More Summary
Why go out on top if you can stay on top? That kind of thinking just might have motivated San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich to stick around for a few more years. The franchise released a brief statement on Wednesday: "The San Antonio Spurs today announced that head coach Gregg Popovich has agreed to a multi-year contract extension. Show More Summary
As the world prepares for LeBron James, the man who may have helped expedite his departure from Miami got a fat new contract of his own. The Spurs and Gregg Popovich announced in a Wednesday press release that they have agreed on a multi-year...Show More Summary
Gregg Popovich has agreed to a multiyear extension with the San Antonio Spurs.
Gregg Popovich has agreed to a multi-year extension with the San Antonio Spurs.
Gregg Popovich is staying in San Antonio. Gregg Popovich isn't going anywhere. While the rest of the NBA is hanging on the whims of LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony in free agency, the Spurs quietly announced they had agreed to an extension...Show More Summary
The NBA’s greatest coach is staying in San Antonio for a few more years. Gregg Popovich inked a multi-year deal with the defending champion Spurs, according to the team: The […] The post Gregg Popovich Signs Multi-Year Extension With the San Antonio Spurs appeared first on SLAMonline.
Nobody on the Spurs averaged more than 30 minutes per game during the regular season. That’s Gregg Popovich’s way of keeping everyone fresh and healthy. It worked, as the Spurs captured another title. Then how do we explain what has happened to some of their players since? Patty Mills has a bum shoulder and is […]
No one seems to know exactly where Kyle Anderson will fit best in the NBA, which might be seen as a negative in some circles, but that versatility was enough to pique the interest of the San Antonio Spurs. Gregg Popovich and his staff...Show More Summary
Another title for the Spurs likely means another offseason of keeping the status quo, which is good for all involved. Gregg Popovich's fifth NBA Championship highlighted the storylines of redemption. Just under that layer of narrative...Show More Summary
First Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, in a move that some regarded as ridiculing LeBron James, counted out the five NBA championships that San Antonio has won at the city's celebration of the Finals victory. Now a billboard announces to city motorists that free-agent LeBron may be the king, but stay-put Tim has more bling. Show More Summary
The 2014 NBA Finals are over. The Spurs defeated the Heat in convincing fashion, and Gregg Popovich trolled the hell out of the NBA’s most-hated team at the championship pep rally in San Antonio. So you would think that would be enough, that we could just leave it at that and take a summer off […]
If there’s a ready-made chess analogy for why the San Antonio Spurs proved triumphant in the 2014 NBA Finals, it’s that the Miami Heat—who had no answers for Gregg Popovich’s move to start Boris Diaw in Game 3—simply ran out of moves. From...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama called San Antonio Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich on Friday to congratulate him on his team winning the 2014 NBA championship.
It's rather difficult to completely overhaul the normative logistics of NBA X's and O's. There are only five players on the court, and only so many ways they can screen and cut. In the early 2000's, Mike D'Antoni somewhat revolutionized...Show More Summary
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is a master entertainer, what with his celebratory dance moves and terse in-game interviews. Add to that this little routine from the Spurs championship parade Wednesday, when Pop ticked off his...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs celebrated their NBA championship with a parade and rally and, to no one’s great surprise, Coach Gregg Popovich stole the show. Pop, known for his less-than-loquacious sideline interviews, suppressed his surly side and unleashed the inner Shecky that everyone has suspected he’s been hiding, by counting the Spurs’ NBA championships in […]
That and much more in Thursday's NBA newsletter. SIGN UP FOR OUR NBA NEWSLETTER Get news, links and Ziller's #hottakes in your inbox every weekday morning. Email Good morning. Let's basketball. WELPVILLE: Gregg Popovich trolls the hell out of LeBron James during the Spurs' championship parade by counting his championships. Show More Summary
Back in March, San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich was asked by reporters why backup point guard Patty Mills—fresh off another solid performance— hadn ’t played at this level during previous seasons. The resulting answer, via the San Antonio Express-News’ Dan McCarney, was classic Pop: “He was a little fat a,” Popovich deadpanned. Show More Summary
I choose to believe that Gregg Popovich is trolling LeBron right here. How many NBA championships do Gregg Popovich and the San Antonio Spurs have? Quick, somebody help Pop remember. Is it one? Two? Three? Four? Five? Oh right, it's five.