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Gregg Popovich Says Texas Politicians Are 'Cowards' for Handling of Pandemic

Gregg Popovich Says Texas Politicians Are 'Cowards' for Handling of Pandemic

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich feels safer in the NBA's campus-like environment at Walt Disney World Resort than he would in Texas in part because he doesn't have to deal with the "cowards" in charge of his team's home state.

As Jason Owens of Yahoo Sports shared, Popovich addressed the COVID-19 pandemic Wednesday during a video call with reporters and said Gov.

In fact, he used similar language in October when he called Trump "feckless, impotent and cowardly by comparison" to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, per the San Antonio Express-News' Jeff McDonald.

According to CBS Dallas Fort Worth, Texas reported 10,745 new COVID-19 cases and a record 10,569 people hospitalized because of the virus Tuesday.

As for Popovich's Spurs, their first of eight seeding games in Orlando, Florida, is scheduled for July 31 against the Sacramento Kings.

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