San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich surpassed Don Nelson for the most coaching wins in the NBA history

The legendary head coach Gregg Popovich finally has broken the record for the most wins as a coach in NBA History. He surpassed Don Nelson as the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Utah Jazz

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"Amazing coach" - LeBron James and the NBA World reacts to Gregg Popovich surpassing Don Nelson 3

Gregg Popovich has been instrumental for the Spurs dynasty as he was the driving force behind all those championships.

He has coached very good players during his tenure at the San Antonio Spurs such as Tim Duncan, David Robinson, Manu Ginobli, Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker, etc.

Popovich has won 5 NBA Championships so far and with this record win against the Utah Jazz, his regular-season win count has now reached a number of 1336 wins, which is more than some franchises’ total wins in the regular season.

Pop is widely respected around the league among the players, former players, head coaches, front offices, and journalists.

Everyone gave him his flowers as he became the all-time leader for regular-season wins among the head coaches in the history of the game.

Here is how everyone congratulated Gregg Popovich.

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"Amazing coach" - LeBron James and the NBA World reacts to Gregg Popovich surpassing Don Nelson 4

Former and current players along with various journalists went onto Twitter to congratulate Pop for his legendary achievement.

All these tweets and messages by everyone around the league to congratulate Greg Popovich just show how much he is well respected around the league, and he most certainly is the greatest coach of all time.

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