Gregg Popovich drank wine at the Olympic bronze medal game and took a

Gregg Popovich drank wine at the Olympic bronze medal game and took a

after winning an elusive gold medal with the u.s men’s basketball team greg popovich got to kick back a bit for the bronze medal match as the tokyo olympics wrapped up popovich and members of the u.s men’s delegation took in the bronze medal match between australia and slovenia popovich a known enophile appeared to be drinking wine during the game after australia beat slovenia 107 to 93 to win the bronze medal popovich celebrated with longtime san antonio spurs guard patty mills who was arguably the face of the australian team the two took a sweet photo together mills was the first indigenous australian to carry the flag at the olympics opening ceremony he scored 42 points in the bronze medal match to help australia win its first olympic basketball medal mills left the spurs in free agency this summer after 10 seasons he joined the brooklyn nets where his shooting and ball handling will help the expected 2022 nba championship favorites popovich told reporters he was happy for mills to play for a contending team rather than the rebuilding spurs we’ve talked before about what a wonderful human being he is popovich said according to the new york post he’s a really unique player and he has been special for the spurs but he’s moving on to brooklyn now and we’ll miss him a great deal it’s a good move for him playing for a team that’s going to be a contender popovich even said he felt bad when his u.s team beat the australians in the semifinals to reach the gold medal match i’m thrilled with the victory obviously but when i looked him in the eyes i felt badly popovich said they do have great camaraderie and history and culture and want it just as badly as any of us that was a little bit sad but that’s what we all do we all try to win
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Gregg Popovich drank wine at the Olympic bronze medal game and took a

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