Has Tim Duncan played his final game with the San Antonio Spurs? Gregg Popovich is definitely not telling.
Still celebrating an historical season with the team. It was a great ride!!! #sundayfunday #madmonday A photo posted by Borisdiaw (@diawboris) on May 15, 2016 at 12:28pm PDT The Spurs aren't your typical NBA team. Gregg Popovich's team...Show More Summary
We weren't wild about some of the decisions the legendary coach made in the Spurs-Thunder series. Plus, we look ahead to the conference finals, say goodbye to Portland and dive into the coaching carousel. With three of the four conference...Show More Summary
Gregg Popovich hoped for something great from his Spurs bench in the second round against the Thunder -- something he's gotten in past playoff runs -- but he didn't get it. San Antonio didn't get much of a boost from their role players, and they lost in 6 games. Show More Summary
Gregg Popovich’s actions have long proven he wants an adversarial relationship with the media. The media has an opposite (...)
Gregg Popovich is widely considered to be one of, if not the best coach in the NBA today. He’s made the playoffs every season he’s been with the Spurs, and has won at least 50 games every season except for 1998-99 when the season was...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs were eliminated by the Oklahoma City Thunder in shocking fashion on Thursday night. This was not a tight, back-and-forth Game 7. This was a humiliating Game 6 beatdown. Who could have seen that coming? Not to take anything away from the Thunder, but the Spurs won 67 games this year and, […]
Gregg Popovich generally seems to be in a bad mood, but after being eliminated from the playoffs it goes up even more. Shoot your shot Mr. Journalist, shoot your shot. https://t.co/1eM4x5B5mI — NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) May 13, 2016 Pop is not interested in your questions, comments, thoughts, concerns or really anything else. Just don't talk.
Gregg Popovich is usually short for words in his in-game interviews. Thursday night was no difference, but he made them count. Short, sweet, to the point. Have to love it.
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich revealed to Michael C. Wright of ESPN on Thursday that he isn't a big fan of the NBA's Last Two Minute Reports the league unveils after each game. The reports detail which calls the officials get wrong, get correct or miss altogether in the final two minutes of each game. Show More Summary
San Antonio is succeeding in a different way, even while hanging onto everything that made them great. OKLAHOMA CITY -- Two people represented the Spurs at the podium on Friday after Game 3's 100-96 victory -- Gregg Popovich, as always,...Show More Summary
Good job, Pop.
Gregg Popovich wasn’t the only one who nearly lost his mind after the referees failed to call a foul on Dion Waiters during the final seconds of the Thunder’s 98-97 victory over the Spurs on Monday night. Social media also went bananas after the questionable non-call. First, here’s the play, in case you missed it: […]
SAN ANTONIO — People forget, but Gregg Popovich had to be talked into approving a draft-night trade for Kawhi Leonard. To Popovich's credit, it took just one season for the San Antonio Spurs coach to recognize Leonard's potential. AShow More Summary
Portland’s Terry Stotts was second in relatively close voting. San Antonio’s Gregg Popovich was third.
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich became the only coach in NBA history to sweep nine playoff series when the Spurs toppled the Memphis Grizzlies 116-95 on Sunday, per ESPN Stats & Info. Coming into Sunday, Popovich stood tied...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs—who have won 48 consecutive regular-season games at the AT&T Center—are just two wins away from becoming the first team in NBA history to go 41-0 at home in a season. It's a feat that should get even Spurs coach Gregg Popovich excited, right? Wrong. Popovich could not care less about running the table at home. Show More Summary