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Popovich: Standing for anthem is 'personal decision'
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich elected not to kneel with his and the Sacramento Kings players during the national anthem Friday. Popovich didn't reveal his reasons for standing but simply referred to them as personal. "I'd prefer to keep that to myself," he said postgame, according to Tim Reynolds of The Associated Press. "Everybody has to make a personal decision. The league's been great about that; everybody has the freedom to react any way they want. For whatever reasons I have, I reacted the way I wanted to.
Popovich also said he’s proud of the athletes who have protested these past few years. “It starts with [Colin] Kaepernick kneeling and the situation with the Gregg Popovich AP. It’s not the first time Popovich has pointed out inaccurate statements by President Trump , or taken his leadership to task.
More recently, Popovich has criticized Trump ’s executive order banning immigrants from seven Over the years he embraced his progressivism, the aging hippie who never stopped wanting to fight Egan said the dinner conversation wound up being milder than he’d imagined. Popovich was in a
star coach Gregg Popovich poked fun at his intimate enemy Donald Trump after losing with the San Antonio Spurs at the final tournament of the professional basketball league NBA. "Who said the series was over? This is fake news. Totally fake news," joked the 71-year-old in Orlando, Florida.
The Spurs are not in the play-offs for the first time since 1997, a successful run with five titles (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2014) is over. But Popovich, also US national coach, denied the facts after the 112: 118 against Utah Jazz in Trump-style. "A lot of people have told me the show isn't over yet. I talk to people all the time, they call me and say, 'Pop, the show isn't over,'" Popovich said.
The experienced head coach regularly uses his popularity to criticize Trump's policies. To him, the president is a "destroyer", "coward" and "troubled idiot".
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Popovich also said he’s proud of the athletes who have protested these past few years. “It starts with [Colin] Kaepernick kneeling and the situation with the Gregg Popovich AP. It’s not the first time Popovich has pointed out inaccurate statements by President Trump , or taken his leadership to task. nypost.com
More recently, Popovich has criticized Trump ’s executive order banning immigrants from seven Over the years he embraced his progressivism, the aging hippie who never stopped wanting to fight Egan said the dinner conversation wound up being milder than he’d imagined. Popovich was in a www.washingtonpost.com
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the election,” said Popovich , 68, who graduated from the Air Force Academy with a bachelor’s degree in Soviet Studies in 1970 and With that, the room full of reporters on hand to cover the series against the Golden State Warriors fell somewhat silent before Popovich lightened the mood before exiting.
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