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Howard/Popovich story exaggerated

February 25, 2013
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Somebody needs to take Stephen A. Smith’s media credential away…..or, at least put an asterisk on it.

The ESPN talking head reported that Spurs coach Gregg Popovich cursed at Dwight Howard during the All-Star Game, a story that was likely exaggerated.

“Spur assistants who were in the All-Star Game huddle in Houston say the incident has been overblown,” wrote T.J. Simers of the Los Angeles Times.

Howard said Friday night that what Smith had told everyone “just never happened.”
“Pop was diagramming a play for me, and then as he showed us what to do he kept saying, ‘Blake.’ So Blake (Griffin) and I are confused, but he keeps saying Blake, so Blake takes off his jersey and goes into the game. “Pop sees me and wants to know why I’m not in the game running the play, so I tell him he kept saying Blake so Blake went in. He wasn’t swearing at me.”

Courtesy of Project Spurs.
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One Response to Howard/Popovich story exaggerated

  1. Hick on March 7, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    UNBELIEVABLE. STEPHEN A IS A CLOWN….WITH BIG LIPS.

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