Found June 05, 2012 on Hoops Manifesto:
PLAYERS: Gregg Popovich
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Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is awesome for many, many reason, but a main one is the amazing interviews he gives.  Here's a totally awesome (dude) highlight reel of his greatest hits:[youtube]AcegYF_Ti78[/youtube] 
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