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01:35  21 april  2019
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Gregg Charles Popovich (born January 28, 1949) is an American professional basketball coach and general manager. He is the head coach and President of the San Antonio Spurs of the National

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Gregg Popovich had to have set a record on Saturday for the briefest pregame press conference of all time.

Popovich went to a media room to answer questions before the San Antonio Spurs’ playoff game against the Denver Nuggets game. He sat down at the podium with a microphone in front of him for a few seconds. There were no questions, so he quickly got up and left.

That. Was. Amazing.

Popovich is typically terse with the media, especially during in-game interviews. In this case, he didn’t even have to do anything to not be bothered with questions.

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