Gregg Popovich Continues Compelling Sideline Interview Tour

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — We have previously observed Gregg Popovich‘s ability to turn any sideline interview into performance art. Last night, as the injury-plagued Spurs trailed heading to the fourth quarter against the Bulls, Coach Pop used the sideline interview with ESPN’s Mark Jones to really boil the game down to its essence…


VIDEO: Pop’s Two Word Interview

6 Comments

  1. dustydreamnz says:

    I think coaches should be left to coach during the game rather than talk to the media. Interviews never add anything anyway, talk to them after the game. Obviously Pop agrees and makes a mockery of it.

  2. LIKEMIKE says:

    Pretty strait and to the point Pop. Good answer

  3. sanjay says:

    pop should be fined!

  4. Jorge says:

    Reporters need to come up with better questions for Pop. He answers the questions asked of him, if the reporter wants a comment about something specific, ask it, if you cannot come with an intelligent question, then refrain from asking or expecting a more complete answer.

    Pop has given, in the past, answers to relevant questions, but when a reporter asks “How do you feel about being down 10 pts?” (paraphrasing) you can expect it to go anywhere.

    All in all, there is not much to be gained by listening to in-game interviews, if it is all for show, I guess waiting to see what Pop comes with next is as entertaining and worth listening to as the Heat’s photobomb routine.