Found November 25, 2012 on
Cory Joseph talked with me about playing at "home" in front of friends and family, how Tony Parker has challenged him to grow as a player and the role Gregg Popovich has had in his development.
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"I want some nasty."
Many NBA fans will remember these four words coming out of Gregg Popovich's mouth in a huddle. The San Antonio Spurs head coach is always good for some great quote-ables and this video does a pretty good job getting a bunch of them together.
With the Spurs giving the Washington Wizards a beat-down last night for their fourth-straight win moving...
Gregg Popovich was in rare form this afternoon while dealing with the media in Toronto. Trust me, this is instant Popovich as he takes great pleasure in toying with members of the media before a game against the Raptors.
Gregg Popovich is one of the all-time greatest coaches the NBA has seen, yet he never gets the kind of praise or adoration from basketball fans outside of Texas that he deserves.
As San Antonio Spurs fans, we know we have a unique coach. Coach Gregg Popovich can be a very light hearted soul during an interview after practice or a loud (sometimes with language not suitable for “family television”) disciplinarian coach when an obvious defensive rotation is missed during a game. We know what we're going to get from him even if we haven't had a conversation...
Do Tony Parker and Gregg Popovich have another championship in them?credit: l3.yimg.com
The San Antonio Spurs once again are looking like one of the few teams in the mix for the NBA Championship this season, currently possessing a 12-3 record after a victory over the hapless Wizards on Monday night. But despite their impressive start, unselfish play, and remarkable consistency, the...