Gregg Popovich slaps himself while interacting with media
New York Knicks finally came across a win at home, post losing 18 games in a sequence at Madison Square Garden. The match took place between Knicks and San Antonio Spurs where Knicks took an edge over Spurs with a score of 130-118. After the game got over, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was found too upset over his team and its performance. He talked about it with the media and what he said was on full display, Sunday night. Not only did he just interacted with the media people about how he felt about the entire game but also slapped himself after talking about the kind of performance his team gave at the game.
"It was a pathetic performance defensively, the Knicks had something to do with it, they were physical, they did a good job," he mentioned. After being asked for further more details, this is what Gregg added Didn't I just say we were pathetic on defense?" Popovich asked. "What would you like me to do? Would you like me to slit my throat or beat myself up? No. I'm not going to give you a coaching clinic."
While the final word of mouth is that Knicks even after losing a number of times managed to win at the home game, there is nothing that Gregg can now do about it. For more details, remain in touch with us at Flow Online