Erin Popovich, the wife of Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, died on Wednesday, reportedly after a long illness.
To reflect on all the comings and goings, the Rivard Report compiled a highly subjective list of what’s in the rearview mirror as we leave 2017 behind.
By many measures and in every slice of life, 2017 was an eventful year for San Antonio, Texas, and the United States.
Former Spurs player Tim Duncan announced Tuesday the beginning of an effort to raise $500,000 for hungry San Antonio families during the holiday season, pledging to contribute two dollars for every dollar donated to the San Antonio Food Bank.
Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich delivered scathing criticism of President Donald Trump’s administration and his recent comments on professional athletes.
One in four Bexar County children goes hungry or is at risk of going hungry on any given day.
Popovich never mentioned President Trump by name, but it was whom he referring to when he labeled the conduct of “one individual” as embarrassing.
It was supposed to be a conversation about life on the basketball court after Tim Duncan. Gregg Popovich turned it into a discussion of race relations.
A 1970 graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy who served five years on active duty, Popovich always has been there for military heroes.
Popovich said Black History Month is a time for reflection and celebration, but he also said it’s a reminder that racism remains in the U.S.