San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was at his best on Sunday as he reacted to media questions following the loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.
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The Spurs were unable to contain Chris Paul and Blake Griffin on the offensive end while DeAndre Jordan was a significant problem on the other end as they fell to defeat in the opening game of their first-round playoff series.
While Popovich will now have to look at everything and make any necessary adjustments to ensure that his team tie the series next time out, he was clearly not impressed by the questions being asked by the media in the post-game press conference.
Popovich initially started by answering with just a couple of words which would have made the room a little more edgy and nervous, but he gradually opened up and was in a jovial mood which was surprising considering his team had just lost.
However, there was still that brilliant uncertainty when it comes the Spurs coach as to whether he is going to smile or completely lose his cool as he was asked what his team needs to improve on ahead of Game 2.
While he did eventually list the things that he considered needed to be done better, in his own sarcastic way by naming all the basic fundamentals of the game, he was undoubtedly shocked at the questions and even offered to just make a statement instead of answering.
Here’s the Spurs coach perplexed as to what he’s just been asked: