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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Perhaps we're not as free as we think
Topic - Gregg Popovich
Duncan has decided to exercise the option on his contract for 2014-15 and will return next season, a person with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Monday.
Duncan's eventual retirement — whether it's next week, next summer, or after the next championship — probably won't end of what's been a 15-year run at or near the top for the San Antonio Spurs. San Antonio appears to be positioned to keep rolling along.
A Baltimore-Washington native, I became a rookie Texan eight years ago. The first lesson: The Spurs are to San Antonio what the Packers are to Green Bay.
When last season's NBA Finals ended, San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich was all smiles.
Tony Parker is dinged up again, and his status is unclear heading into the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat.
Thunder guard Derek Fisher has played more playoff games than anyone in history.
Gregg Popovich had seen enough.
The physical transformation was so dramatic one could be excused for wondering if the San Antonio Spurs had signed a new point guard in the offseason.
After a wild start to the NBA playoffs - dramatic Game 7s, overtime games - the league's postseason has returned to normal.
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich took pains to make sure guard Tony Parker was well rested for the playoffs.
In a franchise that has no time for spotlights, with a roster that has no interest in headlines, R.C. Buford may be the very embodiment of the all-for-one San Antonio Spurs.
After nearly falling on their face in the opening round of the playoffs, the San Antonio Spurs found their footing Tuesday night and ran the Portland Trail Blazers off the court.
Faced with the possibility of having a second straight season end with a Game 7 loss, the San Antonio Spurs played with emotion and let Tony Parker have some fun.
Gregg Popovich is not the talkative sort. Yet he's effusive about Becky Hammon, who after her WNBA career ends wants to coach - women or men.
The San Antonio Spurs, the model for stability and sustained success in the modern NBA, were still a shaken team when they showed up for training camp in October, less than four months after a devastating loss to Miami in the NBA Finals.
"At some point," Popovich added, "that will stop."
"He feels a responsibility to his teammates," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said after the team won the championship.