Gregg Popovich a man of few words in NBA Finals press conferencesPosted by Inside Hoops
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is known in NBA circles as a man of few words and the curt speaker has been in top form at this year’s Finals.
With media seeking sound bites during a two-day break in a best-of-seven series that is tied 2-2, the two-time NBA coach of the year was in no mood to deviate from his often hilarious style.
“I’d hate to be trite and say anything is possible. Your question demands my triteness,” Popovich told a news conference on Saturday when asked about his strategy for Sunday’s Game Five against the defending champion Miami Heat.
The crusty 64-year-old cut off another reporter mid-question when he was asked to offer his perspective on the state of the game of basketball.
“You’re not serious. You want me to talk about the state of the NBA?” Popovich replied.
Reported by Frank Pingue of the Associated Press