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Here's Gregg Popovich's punchy late-game interview

Mess with the bull you get the horns, mess with the Pop and he'll give you its *expletive*.

There are many faces to Gregg Popovich and all of them are frowning. He'll always hate talking to the media, but the coach of the San Antonio Spurs was feeling a little punchy when it came time to conduct a fourth quarter interview with sideline reporter Doris Burke.

Question: "What are your objectives as far as LeBron is concerned?

What Pop says: "Are you serious? We're going to keep him from scoring."

What Pop is thinking: "This is the stupidest question ever."

Star-divide

Question: "What would you like to see in the fourth?"

What Pop says: "I'd like to see LeBron play poorly."

What Pop is thinking: "This is the stupidest question ever."

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