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Popovich: LaMarcus 'Has Been A Monster' And 'Plays Through Everything'

17 April 2018

Their reward for eventually securing a postseason berth in a hugely competitive Western Conference was an opening round encounter with the defending champions, the Golden State Warriors.

When asked about Leonard after Game 2, Aldridge didn't have much to say.

After a poor showing in the first encounter in Oakland, LaMarcus Aldridge put in a great performance in last night's loss.

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Aldridge led all scorers with 34 points, thanks in large part to the 32-year-old connecting on all 12 of his free throw attempts. After the game, his coach, Gregg Popovich, dished out effusive praise.

While Popovich has called Trump a "pathological liar", "soulless coward" and even "an embarrassment to the world", Casanova was more likely insulted by the time Popovich said, "I live in a country where half the people ignored all that to elect someone". Obviously, Nick Kerr is focused in on trying to help the Spurs knock off his dad's team in both Game 2 and the entire series.

USA Today's Sam Amick wrote, "It was impossible not to wonder if there was a coded Kawhi Leonard message in there somewhere". He doesn't complain about a darn thing. "He's unbelievably loyal to Pop and the players and I couldn't be more proud of him".

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"It is sad that Pop basically told my wife and my son and me for that matter that we were fools for supporting Donald Trump", the man told the Post.

"The Los Angeles Lakers should be having meetings right now about what trade packages they're going to offer the Spurs the day after the Spurs' season is over, which could be shortly", Windhorst said.

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Popovich: LaMarcus 'Has Been A Monster' And 'Plays Through Everything'