Gregg Popovich Not a Happy Camper After Game 6 Nightmare

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Few assignments are more daunting for hoops scribes than handling the postgame duties with San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich.

Win or lose, it's seemingly always an uncomfortable situation. 

But that uncomfortable feeling reaches a haunting level when Pop's just minutes removed from his team blowing a 10-point fourth-quarter lead, especially when that edge remained at five with less than 30 seconds left in regulation.

Throw in the fact that an NBA title was on the line and you have a situation I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy:

After an evenly distributed series of routs built San Antonio's 3-2 series lead over the Miami Heat, the basketball gods finally delivered with a thrilling 103-100 overtime decision. But thanks to some San Antonio miscues and clutch plays from Miami, the Spurs found themselves on the wrong side of the final scoreboard:

Pop is never one to get caught up in the moment, and even the prospect of playing a winner-take-all Game 7 on the road didn't shake him:

To Popovich's credit, the reporters didn't exactly give him a lot to work with:

Unfortunately for San Antonio, though, neither did Pop's players when it mattered most.

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