SAN ANTONIO — Nearly a month into his first season in 20 years without Tim Duncan, Gregg Popovich still fields the same question whenever a team his San Antonio Spurs face for the first time shows up on the schedule. “What’s it likeShow More Summary
He had to come back for more.
Pop held nothing back despite the Spurs’ victory over Dallas. Coach Pop with the best rant of the year after beating the worst team in the NBA. Wait for it... pic.twitter.com/byLZu4eKdQ — Casey Keirnan (@CaseyKeirnan) November 22, 2016 Gregg Popovich is normally tight-lipped. Show More Summary
Nobody is a harsher critic of his own team than Spurs coach Gregg Popovich.
The San Antonio Spurs held off a very resilient, shorthanded Dallas Mavericks team by five points tonight at home. Dallas was without Dirk Nowitzki and Andrew Bogut, but Seth Curry and Harrison Barnes each scored 20 or more and pushed San Antonio until the very end of the game. As for the Spurs, they were outrebounded… Read more...
Gregg Popovich probably felt a twinge of nostalgia when he walked onto the Staples Center court Friday night. For the first time in his 20 years with the San Antonio Spurs, he coached a game against the Lakers that did not include Tim Duncan or Kobe Bryant. Bryant, the former Lakers star who ranks...
Along with head coaches Steve Kerr and Stan Van Gundy, San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has spoken out in detail about his disappointment of Donald Trump being elected the 45th President of the United States. His original comments about Trump hit hard: “I’m a rich white guy, and I’m sick to my stomach […]
Spurs coach doesn't have political experience, but knows diplomacy, military and economy
Nearly a week after a memorable tirade about our president-elect, Pop was at it again.
Popovich spoke out against Trump’s election for the second time in a week. Gregg Popovich is heartfelt towards his players, funny (if short-tempered) towards the media, and generally a perceptive and thoughtful person. Along with Stan...Show More Summary
Nearly a week after delivering a memorable tirade about President-elect Donald Trump, San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg (...)
Auriemma dropped in on San Antonio during training camp to learn from the culture that Popovich has created for the Spurs.
Of all the coaches in the NBA (National Basketball Association), among the more straightforward and incisively reticent is San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich, but the election of Republican candidate Donald Trump to the presidency apparently triggered a release to whatever governs the man’s reluctance to indulge in public speaking. Show More Summary
"I'm a rich white guy, and I'm sick to my stomach thinking about it."
After the election this past Tuesday, Americans have been reacting to Donald Trump’s win. Basketball coaches are one group that have decided to weigh in. NBA coaches, Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich have made comments in regard to the election and haven’t held back. Show More Summary
Speaking of snowflakes… There’s a lot of outrage to go around. Gregg Popovich, coach of the San Antonio Spurs, spent time on Friday night discussing something other than basketball. “I’m still sick to my stomach, and not basically because...Show More Summary
I've read two things this morning that are life-changing. That's pretty good for a Saturday. And it's possible that this piece too will be similarly interesting. First, go listen to this audio interview with NBA coach Gregg Popovich....Show More Summary
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich on Friday night blasted Donald Trump and those who voted for the president-elect. Popovich told reporters he's still trying to process Trump's election, saying, "It's too early. I'm just sick...Show More Summary