Warriors coach dodges police en route to Game 2

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May 16, 2017 - 8:44pm
Warriors coach dodges police en route to Game 2 A day after Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich accused Warriors center Zaza Pachulia of an “unsportsmanlike” play in Game 1, the California Highway Patrol unintentionally broke the tension between the two teams. After arriving to his pregame media availability Tuesday about five minutes late, Golden State acting head coach Mike Brown offered a humorous explanation for his tardiness: When we get to the part where we’re about to turn right to go through the big gates, and it’s a red light, the cop’s like, ‘Get through, get through.’ Hey you, stop!’ I’m like feeling myself a little bit. [...] I start to go a little bit farther, and another one pulls up and goes, ‘Hey, you! If I scoot a little closer to them, they’ll get scared, because I know I would get scared.’ [...] an SUV pulls up, and they go over their loudspeaker, ‘Hey you, in the Range Rover! Popovich jokingly blamed Brown for the incident, saying: Someone’s got to teach him: ‘If the California Highway Patrol tells you to move over, you move over.’ Connor Letourneau is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.


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