The Golden State Warriors eliminated the San Antonio Spurs from the playoffs on Tuesday night, nearly a week after the wife of Spurs coach Gregg Popovich died.
Warriors star Draymond Green took time out of his postgame press conference to send a message to Popovich:
“When somebody passes away, we tend to think we’re there for one day or two days and then we float away and think their problem goes away, so I just want to send my love to Pop and his family again. It was kind of a thing the first day it happened and then it’s like gone. That problem don’t leave them, so much love Pop. I send my best prayers and wishes to him and his family.”
It’s a well-said, beautifully-put sentiment.
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