The fresh challenge of coaching the best players in the world will be good for Gregg Popovich, Kawhi Leonard and the Spurs.
After The Wee Frenchman steps off the hardwood as a player he wants to move into a front office position. During the 2011 NBA lockout Parker spent his time running the French basketball team he owns, Asvel Basket, and he's been around Pop and R.C. Buford for 15 years. Seems like a good start.
Buck Harvey's latest on Pop's influence on the Warriors coach. It's a quick read and worth your time.
I'm ready for free agency to begin already. Here's the quote from Pau,
"It's interesting. I think every player who likes this sport would be interested in going to San Antonio, a team with the second best record this season, with tradition, with knowledge. We'll see,"