Or how Pop earned the fastest trip to the locker room in NBA history
1:03. That’s one-minute, three seconds.
Considering how players like Draymond Green get into faces when they oppose a call, the variable of a referees mood changes from day to day.
This is Pop’s second ejection this week, and compared to Sunday’s exit at the AT&T Center, this confrontation was mild. See the 2:10 mark:
After the game, during Michael Malone’s postgame press rally, this happened:
Pop had to ask Mike Malone questions about the game since he was ejected with 47 minutes left to go
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 4, 2019
Pop’s 63 second ejection bests Don Nelsons 93 second election.
Even in ejections, these two top tier coaches are competitive.
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