The Spurs may have beaten the Suns,126-124, but Gregg Popovich was furious with his team’s “pathetic performance.”
Gregg Popovich tore into the Spurs’ “pathetic performance,” claiming the Suns “got robbed” after San Antonio’s 126-124 victory Tuesday night.
Rudy Gay’s buzzer-beater secured a victory that moved the Spurs to 30-22, yet Popovich was furious with his team’s effort.
San Antonio had a seven-point lead inside the final five minutes and turned the ball over three times.
Popovich offered a frank assessment after the game before walking off without taking any questions from reporters.
“We were really fortunate to win the game,” the Spurs coach said.
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“I thought that they outplayed us, outcoached us, outphysicaled us, outexecuted us.
“We had no respect for them or for the game, we didn’t play with each other.
“It was a pathetic performance and Phoenix got robbed.”