Gregg Popovich knocks Spurs for 'lack of edge, intensity' in Game 2

Gregg Popovich knocks Spurs for 'lack of edge, intensity' in Game 2
OAKLAND, Calif. -- While Kawhi Leonard ordered dinner from the team hotel, the rest of the San Antonio Spurs choked down a heaping helping of disheartening defeat by way of a 136-100 annihilation at the hands of the Golden State Warriors. The loss?dropped the visitors to 0-2 in this Western Conference finals series and led coach Gregg Popovich to question his squad's fortitude. "The only way I can process this is it's not about O's and X's, rebounds, turnovers or anything like that," Popovich said. "Kawhi being gone, I don't think as I watched ... I don't think they believed. And you have to believe. I don't think as a group they really did, which means probably a little bit of feeling sorry for themselves psychologically, subconsciously, whatever psycho-babble word you want to use. I don't think they started the game with a belief, and it showed in the lack of edge, intensity, grunt, all that sort of thing. That was disappointing." The question now...
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