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May 16, 2017
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Gregg Popovich has a reputation for being a man of few words—just ask the NBA's courtside reporters.

The San Antonio Spurs head coach just has a unique way of addressing the media, which has gotten used to his rather curt interviews.

Although the same cannot be said about his latest presser, where he was asked about the series-changing incident during Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals between his team and the Golden State Warriors.

Popovich didn't mince words when talking about Dubs center Zaza Pachulia, who has since come under fire for allegedly injuring San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard on purpose. He cited the Georgian big man's record of shady dealings in a two-part rant that left reporters speechless.

Ironically enough, the reason Pop might be familiar with the "totally unnatural close-out" is because his former player, elite defender Bruce Bowen, is the infamous ambassador of the same, bitch move.

 

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