By Jose Grijalva, Project Spurs.com
As San Antonio Spurs fans, we know we have a unique coach. Coach Gregg Popovich can be a very light hearted soul during an interview after practice or a loud (sometimes with language not suitable for “family television”) disciplinarian coach when an obvious defensive rotation is missed during a game. We know what we're going to get from him even if we haven't had a conversation with the man. He's the same guy during practice, during games, and off the basketball court. Spurs combo guard Gary Neal shows Coach Pop some love in an interview with HoopsAddict.com:
McNeill: “What has coach Pop meant to you?”
Neal: “Coach Pop has been great for me. He's consistent. He's honest. I think in this profession if you can get a head coach who can be those two things and still, you know, be able to be approachable off the court as he is, I think those are the three great qualities in a head coach in Coach Popovich.”
Those are qualities we knew Pop had, but it's great being reaffirmed of them. We know Coach Pop may arguably be the most honest and blunt coach out there.
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