Sport Gregg Popovich has fiery response to question about Black History Month

13:37  13 february  2018
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× Gregg Popovich delivers impassioned rant on Trump and Black History Month : We have 'a national problem'. He began by responding to the question about Black History Month : "Well, it's a remembrance and a bit of a celebration in some ways.

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich , however, has spent the year righteously fired up about the spate of horrific things that have befallen our country and he’s Before San Antonio’s game against the Sixers tonight, he spoke for three minutes about Black History Month and all the work we still have to do.

Shorter Popovich: it's insanely important. © Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports Shorter Popovich: it's insanely important.

San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was asked a fairly simple question about the importance of the league celebrating Black History Month. His response was quite detailed and heated.

These comments are more in less in line with others that Popovich has made in the fairly recent past. In a similarly blunt style, Popovich has spoken about the importance of giving back and has been hyper critical of President Donald Trump.

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Gregg Popovich gave his thoughts on Black History Month . By SI Wire. Popovich has been one of the most outspoken coaches in the NBA, particularly during President Donald Trump's political ascendancy.

Gregg Popovich gave his take on what Black History Month means to him. It sounds odd because we’re not there yet, but it’s always important to remember what has passed and what is being experienced now by the black population.

NYU apologizes for watermelon flavored water, Kool-Aid at Black History Month event .
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