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Gregg Popovich tries to outrun cameraman down a hallway

The Comeback logo The Comeback 4/21/2017 Jesse Kramer
It was all good a few hours before, wasn't it, Pop? © Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports It was all good a few hours before, wasn't it, Pop?

Gregg Popovich is a legend. Not only for his 1,150 career wins, but also for his sarcastic comments and antics. (And more recently, his political and social comments as well).

Here’s the San Antonio Spurs coach chasing a TNT cameraman down a hallway prior to Thursday’s Game 3 against the Grizzlies:

Remember how clunky and heavy those TV cameras are. It’s not easy to run with those without falling, but our anonymous hero behind the camera kept his feet under him.

I’m glad it got a good laugh out of the sometimes surly coach. But he wasn’t laughing later in the night when Vince Carter brought the FedExForum crowd to its feet with this monster dunk:

And he certainly wasn’t laughing at the final score, with the Grizzlies beating the Spurs 105-94. San Antonio still holds the lead in the series at 2-1.


Cleveland Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving puts up a shot against the Boston Celtics during the second half of Game 4 of the NBA basketball Eastern Conference finals, Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Cleveland. 2017 NBA Playoffs


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