When sideline reporters draw the San Antonio Spurs assignment, do they try to call in sick to avoid the between quarters interview with Gregg Popovich? Are they resigned to the fact that it's going to be the most painful, most awkward, most torturous minute of their day? Are they thinking of banding together and fight back? It almost seems like during tonight's game against the Thunder, Craig Sager gives up asking Pop questions mid-interview, and the interview comically falls apart thusly.
The funniest Beween Quarters Interview Gregg Popovich ever gave was to Charles Barkley earlier this season!
Maybe they should do away with the halftime sideline interviews? They don't add to the broadcast, anyway!!
Good for Pop! I'm sure the last thing a coach wants to be bothered with is some "interviewer" asking inane questions when the coach is trying to get to his players and go over strategies or give his team a pep talk, or whatever it is coaches do at the quarter break. Maybe if more coaches acted like Pop, these "interviews" would be eliminated and thus also, eventually, the whole concept of the "sideline reporter," most of whom add absolutely *nothing* to a game. CBS football gets it right by not having sideline reporters and sticking to two-man booths. Too bad all networks can't follow this lead for all sports and get rid of these worthless "reporters."
if he actually answered the question in a curt/unfulfilling way it would be funny, but this is just straight trolling and makes him like a child IMO