Found March 28, 2013 on
Gregg Popovich is a consensus favorite to coach the next U.S. Olympic team.
BEST OF MAXIM
HARD TO DISAGREE
Team USA Basketball is in search of a new coach, and Nuggets coach George Karl recently gave his endorsement to four-time champion Spurs coach Gregg Popovich.
When Gregg Popovich decided to send his stars home to San Antonio for a nationally televised game against the Miami Heat, people knew some consequences were coming. NBA Commissioner David Stern fined the team $250,000 for not at least having their stars in the building for the event. When many thought that would've been the end of it, something new popped up.
When Mike Krzyzewski announced that he would not be returning as the head coach of USA Basketball, speculation began as to who would be ideal to replace the legendary college coach. Immediately names like Gregg Popovich and Doc Rivers‘ name surfaced as potential candidates to be the new shot-caller of Team USA.
While the front has been quiet on who will actually be the replacement...
Tonight the San Antonio Spurs will face the Denver Nuggets in San Antonio in a matchup of two Western Conference powers.
The Spurs and Nuggets have split their first two meetings this season with both teams winning on their home court which bodes well for San Antonio tonight.
During yesterday's practice, coach Gregg Popovich and forward Kawhi Leonard spoke on tonight...
The San Antonio Spurs pulled out a win last night against the Denver Nuggets with a late showing of defense on the last play.
It was a much needed win with the next few opponents coming up.
While some may view the schedule as unfair, the Spurs and head coach Gregg Popovich view it in a different way. In fact, their view of it is pretty positive.
"The schedule that...
“It’s a hell of team (Denver Nuggets) and there’s a reason they won all those games in a row,” said San Antonio Spurs head Coach Gregg Popovich Wednesday evening. “We’re thrilled to get the win.”
Popovich and the Spurs came back from down 14-points in the first half to hold on to defeat the Nuggets 100-99 in a game that went all the way down to the final possession...