You knew it was coming. This year the Spurs are celebrating their 50th season in San Antonio. There have been many highs and a few lows. One trademark of the San Antonio Spurs has been their culture and consistency.
San Antonio announced the move as part of several coaching and front office changes. As part of a series of moves, the Spurs announced the team is hiring former WNBA star Candice Dupree as a member of its player development team and an assistant coach.
The San Antonio Spurs announced the hiring of former WNBA star Candice Dupree as a player development coach on Friday. Dupree, 38, was a seven-time All-Star and a 2014 league champion during a 16-year career with five teams (2006-21).
One WNBA star replaces another on the Gregg Popovich’s bench. A gaping hole was left on Gregg Popovich’s bench when Becky Hammon left to take the job as head of coach of the Las Vegas Aces — and went on to win the national championship in her first season!
The San Antonio Spurs were in a weird spot. They finally had a breakout campaign from one of their young players, Dejounte Murray, and almost immediately after the season they flipped him to the Atlanta Hawks.
The San Antonio Spurs seem to be finally embracing the rebuilding mode. With the NBA training camp officially starting next week, head coach Gregg Popovich will make his final observations to determine the starting lineup.
Today, Tim Duncan is a San Antonio Spurs legend known for his cool demeanor, big size, and ability to compete against any other team in the league. He is a Hall of Fame player with a career average of 19 points, 10.8 rebounds, and 3 assists a game.
The San Antonio Spurs want first-round picks for their veterans. The San Antonio Spurs are a team that traded away All-Star Dejounte Murray this offseason, and there's no doubt that they are aiming to try and get a top-tier pick next season.