Popovich Looks Back on the Season

By Don Morgan

Only one team out of 30 will go home happy. Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon to reflect on the season.

He says while the team couldn’t get past the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals, overall they accomplished quite a bit.

He commended the players who stepped up in the aftermath of Tim Duncan’s retirement and Tony Parker’s season ending injury. Popovich says losing their top scorer when Kawhi Leonard went down was too tough an obstacle, especially when facing a team as talented as Golden State.

Popovich was asked about the future of Manu Ginobili.

“He hasn’t decided what he wants to do so maybe he’ll be back”

The Spurs won 61 games this season but were swept in the conference finals by Golden State.


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