Gregg Popovich on end of Spurs’ 22-year playoff run: I could care less about that

Popovich: It means a lot to a lot of people probably, but I don’t dwell on the past

The Spurs were eliminated from playoff contention for the first time in 22 years.
After the game against the Utah Jazz, coach Gregg Popovich said that he could not care less about that.

Per ESPN, “It means a lot to a lot of people probably, but I don’t dwell on the past,” said legendary Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, who captured five nba titles during that span. “That stuff’s totally [not] important; what’s important is the moment you do what you’ve got to do then you move on, but looking at the past doesn’t do much good. Any success we’ve had has been because we’ve had some great players.”

“I’m more excited about this than anything you guys are talking about right now, successes or non-successes, because the success for streaks or whatever the hell you’re talking about ended,” Popovich said. “I could care less about that. I’m thrilled at the way they played here.”

Source: ESPN.

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