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PLAYERS: Gregg Popovich
At the start of the 4th quarter during Thursday night’s game between the Spurs and Thunder, TNT sideline reporter David Aldridge caught up with Spurs coach Gregg Popovich to ask him “how happy he was with the shot selection” of the Spurs. But instead of answering a perfectly fine question from Aldridge, Popovich uses this as an opportunity to Aldridge that “nobody’s happy in the middle of a contest”. The post ‘Happy’ is not a word Gregg Popovich would use during a basketball game first appeared on No Guts, No Glory.

Video: Gregg Popovich is not happy to see you, David Aldridge

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has made it his life's mission to ruin every single one of his forced in-game sideline interviews during a nationally televised NBA game.  The necessity or insights gained from these interviews are usually slim and none, but on occasion, Pops makes it worthwhile.  Tonight, he had his sights set on TNT's David Aldridge, who made...

Pop has testy exchange with David Aldridge

David Aldridge asked Spurs coach Gregg Popovich how 'happy' he was with shot selection during a piece for TNT in between the third and fourth quarter of last night's Spurs' 86-84 victory over OKC.... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Gregg Popovich rips reporter for asking if he’s ‘happy’ about shot selection (Video)

Gregg Popovich has never been a big fan of speaking with reporters during games, and that clearly is not going to change in his 17th season as head coach of the San Antonio Spurs. On Wednesday night, TNT’s David Aldridge caught up with Popovich just before the fourth quarter of the Spurs game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Per usual, Pop was in no mood to talk. Aldridge asked...

Video: Spurs' Popovich doesn't know how to judge 'happy'

Interviewing San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich can be torturous at times. Whether it be his one-worded answers or his snarky responses, Pop can sure give it back to the media. And nothing summed it up more than TNT's David Aldridge's interview with Pop during last night's game versus the Thunder. When Aldridge used the word "happy" during the interview...

Gregg Popovich Can’t “Judge Happy” During In-Game Interview

“Happy?”  David Aldridge, what about Spurs coach Gregg Popovich gives you the impression that this guys is happy…about ANYTHING? Aldridge asked, “How happy are you with the shot selection?” Popovich’s response, “Happy? Happy?  Happy is not a word you think about in a game.  Think of something different.  I don’t know how to judge happy.” Classic! Most people...

Gregg Popovich can't judge happy, David Aldridge (Video)

Last night, San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich was doing the usual end-of-quarter interview with David Aldridge.David decided to ask Pop about how happy he was with his team's shot selection in the third quarter of the game and Gregg provided us with another classic answer:

Video: Gregg Popovich does not believe in being happy during games

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is about as intense as they come. Rarely does he ever smile and part of that may be because he doesn't believe in being "happy" during games. This video taken before the fourth quarter of the San Antonio's game against the OKC Thunder on Thursday serves as evidence.This is what Popovich had to say when asked by David Aldridge...

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"It sounds like the playoffs,” said San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich to the variety of reporters awaiting his pregame press conference. For the Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder, it feels like a playoff game as familiar faces prepare to duel; only the Thunder have traded the “Beard” and brought in some replacements, while the Spurs will be missing their own...
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