The great Gregg Popovich takes on many forms.
There is philosophical Pop, sarcastic Pop, genius Pop and, of course, enraged Pop—which trumps the others in terms of hilariousness.
Pop is known for his hostile demeanor, though he rarely blows his fuse for a bad reason. When he feels a ref has committed an injustice, that ref—and everyone watching—is in for a treat.
There's a better chance of stopping an angry Hulk than calming down the coach. And more often than not, the first technical foul has no consequence on Pop.
As shown in the above video, the second technical—which doubles as the coach's one-way ticket out of the stadium—comes within seconds, leaving fans smiling at the sudden burst of anger from the habitually inscrutable man.
But what makes Pop's ejections so special is not the greatness of watching him exit with a sense of satisfaction. It's the strategy behind his departure in the first place.
Sometimes, Pop just plain loses it. But one could argue his fits serve a purpose. As was the case against the Minnesota Timberwolves (reference the video), the Spurs often rally behind their ejected leader, extinguishing the existing deficit and finishing with a win. In this case, an 11-point swing would give the Spurs a victory.
Of course, this could be just another conspiracy theory, but it wouldn't be too audacious to assume every decision made by the legendary coach is done with a greater goal in mind.