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An epic battle royale between Holley and Keefe, who are completely on the opposite side of the fence concerning Demarcus Cousins. These guys have never agreed on this player, and today after the trade they finally had it out.
Dale, Michael and Rich Keefe debate the value of Jimmy G and where he might land.
the ball away on third down or risk throwing an interception by forcing it to a questionably open receiver? Should Gregg Popovich send his aging stars home early from a condensed-schedule road trip knowing that he wants them rested for a stretch run? Is
relationship with the star that is fundamental to the success of the franchise. (In addition, both Bill Belichick and Gregg Popovich are the longest-tenured coaches in their respective leagues, and both come from a military background -- Belichick
how to press the right buttons come playoff time, it’s Boston’s head coach. Outside of San Antonio’s Gregg Popovich , there’s no coach better suited for making adjustments at this time of year. When I asked Rivers this week about not showing game plans for the playoffs
recent article in the Sporting News, Parker talked about his maturation from his rookie season, when Spurs coach Gregg Popovich used to battle with him about his shot selection and decision-making, to this season, when Popovich believes Parker is playing
was in 2004. I don't think Andy Reid was as good in 2012 as he was in 2004. Coaches have bad seasons. I think Gregg Popovich is the exception; he's the best coach in the NBA every year. To my point, the Spurs (39-11) have the best
and disconcerting,” but did not want to comment further and create a distraction for his team. Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich said, “We’ll see where this goes... The rollout was like Keystone Kops.” QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Hopefully we’re
with Duncan’s family and former teammates Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, Sean Elliott, David Robinson, coach Gregg Popovich and GM R.C. Buford. Prior to the ceremony, the Spurs beat the Pelicans, 113-100, and before the game the team’s
wardrobe, but his persistent interviewing style that made unlikely fans of difficult personalities like Spurs coach Gregg Popovich , who enjoyed sparring with him and once referred to him as “an iconic figure in the NBA.” Sager graduated from
point lead to seven in a span of three minutes. “[Lee’s] really got a good basketball mind,” Spurs coach Gregg Popovich told ESPN during an interview before the fourth quarter. “He understand the game innately.” The Celtics were playing
jumped out to a 24-10 lead. They shutdown three of San Antonio’s best players for most of the game, forcing Gregg Popovich to turn to his bench in crunch time against Boston’s starters. But then the Celtics realized what so many others have found out when playing the Spurs: If you don’t finish, you