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An fantastic five minutes of pre-game media.
It’s nearly impossible to second-guess Gregg Popovich, one of the greatest coaches ever. That being said — damn, Pop, you really screwed this one up.
Gregg Popovich, comedian? From his third-quarter interview with TNT to his post-game standup act, Popovich equipped his emotions with a laugh track on Monday night at a time when he, and the Spurs, desperately needed a sense of humor.
The legend of Dwight Howard as insufferable child seems to pick up steam with every passing day. Take, for instance, this second-hand account from one Stephen A. Smith, who was on Mike and Mike Wednesday morning and told this story he heard through the grapevine about Howard incurring the wrath of Gregg Popovich during the All-Star Game.
Today in frivolous lawsuits that are drains on our legal system: a lawyer has filed a class-action lawsuit against the San Antonio Spurs because Gregg Popovich values his team’s long-term playoff hopes over a single, early-season game.
What The Hell Happened Last Night, Part 1: A Low Point For Drew Brees, A High Point For Gregg Popovich Not Caring
I’m splitting this post in two this morning. First comes what happened in the pros. Later, that college football contest in New Jersey you might have heard something about – the one that’s making it hard for me to get motivated enough to do anything today. But the show must go on. Up, up and away.
Not even Sir Charles’ knighthood could grant him a bonus third question where every other correspondent is only allowed to ask NBA coaches two. Well, he had no idea, so Gregg Popovich had to tell him. Got kinda weird.