Spurs coach Gregg Popovich’s house was robbed in suburban San Antonio

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich reacts to a play in action against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the second half in Chesapeake Energy Arena. (Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports)

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich reacts to a play in action against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the second half in Chesapeake Energy Arena. (Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports)

Gregg Popovich is not exactly the most congenial of guys. Even though his San Antonio Spurs have been at or near the top of the league for more than a decade, the guy just always seems like he woke up on the wrong side of the bed.

Obviously, having his house burgled is not going to help. According to MySanAntonio.com, a house in The Dominion, Popovich’s suburban San Antonio location, was ransacked:

A person doing rounds checked on the house and saw an open gate, which was suspicious, a police report said. Inside the gate a glass door was broken, the report said.

One room was ransacked, the report said. Aside from the coach’s ring, a diamond bracelet also was stolen. Popovich declined to comment.

By ‘coach’s ring’, the report is talking about Pop’s Air Force class ring. Luckily, the coach had the foresight to keep his NBA Championship rings under lock and key.

Miami Heat center Chris Bosh recently had his house robbed of $340,000 worth of stuff. Hope this sort of thing doesn’t turn into a pattern. After all, everyone knows when these guys are going to be on road trips.

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