Fisch's Friday Rant

PODCAST: Fisch’s Friday Rant – USA, Joakim Noah, and 40-Yard Dash

Fisch’s Friday Rant makes its weekly debut and this week has four topics on the menu: Joakim Noah coming off the bench for the Bulls Popovich taking the Team USA job Tristan Thompson’s contract with the Cavaliers The 40-yard dash debate between Dirk Nowitzki and Peyton Manning

Making the Leap: Kyle Anderson, Season 1 Vol. 1

From now until the start of the regular season I will be doing a few pieces on certain players who I think are on the rise of having a great year after not really having a great season last year. The first person I am talking about in this new series is recent NBA summer league

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Knicks Stun Spurs, Popovich Not Happy

Last night’s matchup between the New York Knicks and the San Antonio Spurs was definitely a shocker considering the fact that the defending champion Spurs lost to the struggling/tanking (whatever you want to call it) Knicks in overtime. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich praised Derek Fisher and the Knicks before ripping into his entire roster about

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VIDEO: P.J. Hairston with the worst flop you'll ever see

P.J. Hairston’s pockets will be taking a hit after a flop like this. If there was a book on the art of flopping, P.J. Hairston’s hilarious acting job against the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night would be the climax of the novel. Hairston made slight contact with Spurs point guard Tony Parker and then

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2015 All-Star Lineup Prediction Roundtable

With the holiday season coming to a close and the new year right around the corner, it is now time to discuss who should represent each conference in the 2015 NBA All-Star Game. This year All-Star weekend will be hosted in two different arenas, with the Saturday events being held in the Barclays Center and the

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Gregg Popovich says Tony Parker will be 'out for a while'

Tony Parker won’t be playing anytime soon. According to San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich, point guard Tony Parker will be “out for a while,” as he continues to deal with a nagging hamstring injury. Parker has missed nine of the Spurs’ last 12 games, including their 97-90 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans

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Gregg Popovich

Gregg Popovich says "to hell with the Big 3", Kawhi Leonard is the "Big 1"

Gregg Popovich says “to hell with the Big 3”, Kawhi Leonard is the “Big 1” It’s no secret that the San Antonio Spurs and head coach Gregg Popovich are grooming the young Kawhi Leonard to be the new face and star of the Spurs franchise post-Tim Duncan. The 23-year-old made an enormous stride towards that label

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Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich praises 76ers despite 0-17 start

Gregg Popovich commended Philadelphia for their effort after handing the 76ers their 17th straight loss. After the San Antonio Spurs handed the Philadelphia 76ers their 17th straight loss of the season on Monday night, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich praised Philadelphia for their continuous fight despite being winless this season. Here’s what Popovich had to say

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Gregg Popovich

7 NBA Coaches I'd Want To Play For

7 NBA Coaches I’d Want To Play For I’ve played for every kind of coach I could ask for – offensive, defensive, mean, nice, strategic, care-free, old, young, wise, dumb, and so on. We like to say that a team typically takes on the identity of its coach. When this is true it means the

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Kawhi Leonard Wants More Minutes

According to express-news, Coach Popovich said he wanted to see more consistency out of Kawhi Leonard, and Leonard wants more minutes to do so. Fresh off of a great postseason that was capped by a Finals MVP performance, Kawhi Leonard is ready to tackle more minutes and more responsibility. Spurs’ coach Gregg Popovich has now

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