Gregg Popovich ‘Can Never Retire’ Because The Spurs Continue Finding Superstars
dimemag.com Updated Jul 21
USA TODAY Sports Tim Duncan has retired, and Gregg Popovich remains with the San Antonio Spurs. However, it was often thought that when Duncan walked away after his storied career, Popovich would follow closely behind. But now, Popovich, who is coaching…Share Tweet
The City Of San Antonio Is Having ‘Tim Duncan Day,’ And Deals Are Everywheredimemag.com Jul 21Getty Image When Tim Duncan finally hung up his spurs with the – um – Spurs, he left a tall, stately hole in an organization and city that had spent 19 years with him at their center. The future still looks bright for the basketball team, but nobody is …Share Tweetyahoo.com Jul 21A banner thanking Tim Duncan that will hang in front of San Antonio City Hall until Sunday, July 24, 2016. (Photo via @RSantosTV) The outpouring of respect and praise for Tim Duncan — the legendary and iconic San Antonio Spurs big man and future Hall of…Share Tweetnba.com Jul 20The National Basketball Association (NBA) and Zignia Live announced today that the Phoenix Suns will take on the Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio Spurs in the first consecutive regular-season games in Mexico Jan. 12 and 14, respectively, at the Mexico C…Share Tweet
Tim Duncan’s League-Wide Respect Is Shown By The NBA Official Who Files Waiver Requestsdimemag.com Jul 17Getty Image Tim Duncan isn’t going to play in the NBA anymore. Isn’t that sad? People within the San Antonio Spurs organization obviously think so, but it goes higher than that. The league itself is shedding tears over Duncan’s retirement, wishing it co…Share Tweetyahoo.com Jul 15Boban happy. (Layne Murdoch /Getty Images) Well, this is both extremely complicated and splitting hairs as it pertains to million-dollar athletes, but it’s also an awfully interesting look inside the complexities of the NBA’s salary cap restrictions. Yo…Share Tweet
Spurs make it official, sign forward Gasolnba.com Jul 14The San Antonio Spurs signed Pau Gasol, beefing up a front line that will be without Tim Duncan next season for the first time in 19 years. They brought back guard Manu Ginobili, too.Share TweetWhen Tim Duncan decided to reflect on his outstanding 19-year NBA career, the understated star did it in the most Timmy way possible: seated at a table with a friend from the islands.Share Tweetyahoo.com Jul 12Monday’s announcement of Tim Duncan’s retirement made it very clear that the five-time NBA champion and 15-time All-Star would not be reflecting on his extremely successful career for the benefit of the media. Instead, the San Antonio Spurs planned a Tu…Share Tweet
Coping With The Spurs’ Constant Star Finally Flickering Outdimemag.com Jul 12Getty Image The first time I thought about the day Timothy Theodore Duncan would retire was probably on May 22, 2006. That day San Antonio lost to Dallas in Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinals and NBA analysts began applying the term “old” to th…Share Tweet
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