Found May 07, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
    If you have ever witnessed San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich get interviewed mid-game you know that sometimes it can be a struggle. Popovich traditionally doesn’t provide much insight and has little to say. So that’s why many found it funny when Popovich found himself getting interviewed last night by TNT’s David Aldridge. Watch below, as Aldridge asks one questions, and Popovich seems to be disappointed that there was only one. Thanks to Awful Announcing for the footage.

Gregg Popovich is “hurt” that David Aldridge didn’t ask him a 2nd interview question

Before the start of the 4th quarter of game one between the Spurs and Warriors, TNT sideline reporter David Aldridge had the unenviable task of interviewing San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich. However, David decided to have a little bit of fun with this interview by asking only one question to coach Pop instead of the customary two. That caused Pop to flash a brief smile for the first...

Gregg Popovich actually wanted a second question from David Aldridge (Video)

The only thing worse than having to interview Gregg Popovich on the sidelines heading into the fourth quarter is having to interview Gregg Popovich on the sidelines heading into the fourth quarter with his team trailing by 12. TNT’s David Aldridge drew that unlucky assignment on Monday night, but he was surprised by the reaction he got. Aldridge went into the interview with only...

Popovich, Aldridge get friendly during interview

No coach and sideline reporter have ever quite had the relationship that Spurs coach Gregg Popovich and TNT's David Aldridge have "enjoyed" over the years.  Traditionally, their "interviews" consist of Aldridge trying to coax more than 10 words out of Pop with his trifecta of questions.  So naturally, after getting torched by Steph Curry in the 3rd Quarter...

Gregg Popovich Wants To Cook Manu Ginobili Breakfast After Game-Winner

Gregg Popovich had one of the best quotes of the season following the Spurs Game 1 2OT victory over the Warriors on Monday night.  After rallying form 16 down to force overtime, Manu Ginobili, who struggled throughout the game (5-for-20), came up  with the game-winning three to seal the win with 1.2 seconds left – here’s what Pop had to say about it. According to USA Today...

Spurs ready to get back to work against Warriors

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich pokes fun at questions from reporters all the time and can be easily irritated and annoyed, especially after losses, which is what made his reaction to Stephen Curry sinking seven 3-pointers in Golden State's 116-106 win over San Antonio last month such a rare scene. "It's actually fun to watch," Popovich said following the game in Oakland...

Gregg Popovich compares Stephen Curry to Michael Jordan, Curry offers Funny Response

    Anytime Michael Jordan is brought up in a comparison with a current player, it should be taken as an extremely high compliment. So when San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich was on the receiving end of a 35 point explosion by Curry, he held nothing back when asked his thoughts on Curry. “It was like playing against Michael Jordan,” said Popovich. Curry when told...

Stephen Curry wonders if Gregg Popovich was sauced after Michael Jordan comparison

A lot of observers have called Stephen Curry the MVP of the playoffs thus far. Gregg Popovich has taken it a step further. The Spurs coach evoked Michael Jordan’s name when attempting describe some of the things Curry has been doing on the basketball court, recalling the 35 points he torched the Spurs for in the final week of the regular season. From 48 Minutes of Hell: “I was...

Gregg Popovich trying to soften up Stephen Curry, Warriors?

Gregg Popovich is a very clever coach. He has won four NBA championships and keeps the San Antonio Spurs competitive regardless of personnel or injury. He is widely regarded as the top coach in the league, and his mental ability is a big reason why. Take for instance what he did prior to the Spurs’ Western Conference semifinals playoff series against the Golden State Warriors...

Popovich: Diaw to start in Game 1 vs. Warriors; Splitter to possibly return in Game 2

AT&T Center – The second round of the Western Conference playoffs are upon the city of San Antonio as the San Antonio Spurs prepare to begin a new series against the Golden State Warriors. With a new series at hand, a familiar face on the Spurs will be making a return to the lineup as Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich said Boris Diaw, who had been recovering from a synovial...

Popovich: Splitter, Duncan “ready to go” for Game 2 vs. Warriors

AT&T Center – After missing two playoff games with a sprained right ankle, San Antonio Spurs center Tiago Splitter will play against the Golden State Warriors in game two of the second round of the Western Conference playoffs according to Spurs head Coach Gregg Popovich Wednesday evening. “They’re good to go,” said Popovich in his pregame press conference of Splitter...

Warriors Too Naïve, Too Good of Shooters To Fall to Spurs Again

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich said after the game that it was “polite” of the Golden State Warriors to have Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry switch off games in which they were on fire from the field. Wednesday night was Thompson’s turn. The Warriors defeated the Spurs in Game 2 of the second round of the Western Conference playoffs, just two nights removed from...

Duncan Was Superstitious Returning From Locker Room During Spurs' Comeback

Tim Duncan was sick for Game 1, but still scored 19 points with 11 rebounds in 34 minutes. But Gregg Popovich sent Duncan back into the Spurs' locker room with 4:31 remaining in the game with the Warriors holding a big lead. “It became pretty apparent that he wasn’t going to tell me the truth anymore,” Popovich said, “so I had to pull the plug myself. He’s a competitor...
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