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Just when you thought that Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich was out of witty retorts, you might want to check out this tweet from TNT reporter David Aldridge:
Pop, preempting questions about his "legacy" after tonight: "What's my legacy? Food and wine. This is just a job."
— David Aldridge (@daldridgetnt) June 20, 2013
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Thank you, Gregg Popovich. Thank you for what has been a great NBA Finals, where you and Erik Spoelstra have coached an incredible series. Thank you also for Game 6 on Tuesday night, when outcoached yourself with some final-minutes substitution patterns that threatened to destroy Twitter.
But, Gregg Popovich, thank you most of all for your postgame news conference.
Popovich has never...
Gregg Popovich is a grouch, a four-time NBA champion and a man not known for taking kindly to questions.
He has made a whole persona of belittling reporters who ask questions he doesn't think are worthwhile, and that makes it ironic that he left unanswered some rather obvious questions about two major coaching decisions he made in the 2013 NBA Finals. In particular, check out...
Gregg Popovich with another epic post game interview after the Spurs lost Game 6 to the Heat in OT on Tuesday night. When asked how to prepare for the decisive Game 7, Pop answered: “I get ‘em on the bus and it arrives on the ramp over here, we get off the bus and we go on the court and we play. That’s how we get ready.”
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich's pre-Game 7 NBA Finals press conference was pure television gold.
As we get ready for Game 7 of the NBA Finals, Gregg Popovich is at his cynical best. Check out some quotes from quite possibly one of his funniest pressers ever (via ASAP Sports):
Q. Coach, Game 7s in an NBA Finals don’t come around terribly often. Are you able to appreciate the opportunity in the moment or is that for another time?
COACH GREGG POPOVICH: It’s torture...
Gregg Popovich is one of the grumpiest coaches in the NBA. The guy gives reporters a difficult time, hardly shows positive emotion, and he definitely is never happy. But that all changed after Game 7 of the NBA Finals on Thursday. Even though his San Antonio Spurs fell to the Miami Heat 95-88, Pop had [...]
One of the lingering questions from game six of the 2013 NBA Finals was the Spurs decision to not foul Ray Allen on his game-tying three point attempt before the end of regulation.
As you might figure, a reporter asked Gregg Popovich that question and Pop didn’t disappoint with a very “Pop-Like” answer:
Never Change, Gregg Popovich!
During his team's Game 3 rout of the Heat, Gregg Popovich was shown on TV talking to his players while they were in the process of burying Miami with a stirring offensive display.
''When you're open, let it fly,'' the Spurs' coach told them. ''Put your name in the paper.''
A day later, San Antonio guard Gary Neal was asked about that...
The Spurs didn’t win the championship, but that didn’t stop thousands of their loyal fans from gathering at the San Antonio International Airport Friday morning to welcome home and congratulate their team on a very successful season. Gregg Popovich addressed the crowd thanking them for their support: “You guys are the best that you do this when we lose. This is unbelievable...
Gregg Popovich is prejudiced against bad rappers and people who heckle him.
That is the claim by Freezy, manager for rap artist Flo Rida, in a radio interview prior to Game 6 on Tuesday. Freezy and his Miami-based client have been banned from the last two games of the NBA Finals, the manager said, in what he declared was “an act of discrimination.”
“This is an act of discrimination...
What message did San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich tell his team in the locker room just after losing the NBA Finals to the Miami Heat 95-88?
“I just told them I loved them,” said Popovich.
Game 7 brought out the best two teams in the NBA and they battled for four straight quarters, back and forth, until the Heat ended up being the victor with a LeBron James...
Amid a flood of regret, and a few tears, the question felt unseemly. Now is not the time to talk about the future of the San Antonio Spurs.
Even if everyone is thinking it.
The discuss and dissect the future of a franchise that's been on the last of its title legs for six years now almost robs the Spurs of this moment. This is a time to celebrate what they've done, not...
Even if you aren’t a fan of the NBA, or the Miami Heat, or the San Antonio Spurs, it is hard not to be excited about a Game 7. Some idiots on Twitter were complaining that Game 6 was “finally” a close game in the series. They obviously forgot about Game 1. Plus, despite most of the fourth quarters turning into blowouts, this has been anything but a boring series. It was already...