The Spurs Players Coaching Themselves In The 4th Quarter + Classic Pop
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There were 3 great Gregg Popovich moments during the Spurs and Cavs game on Thursday.
1: When he stopped Tony Parker just to tell him he’s “doing great.” It’ not often we get to see a “smile” on Pop’s face while everybody else looks so dead serious.
2: This hilarious interview with Craig Sager going into the 4th quarter, “What the hell do you want me to do?”
3: When he allowed the players to coach themselves in the final minute of the game.