Gregg Popovich made a case that Zaza Pachulia is a dirty player. (Jacob C. Palmer/S.F. Examiner)

Gregg Popovich made a case that Zaza Pachulia is a dirty player. (Jacob C. Palmer/S.F. Examiner)

Spurs coach furious Warriors center injured Kawhi Leonard

OAKLAND — Kawhi Leonard was hurt in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.

The circumstances under which it happened are dubious at best.

And San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is furious about it. He more than inferred that Golden State Warriors center Zaza Pachulia is a dirty player.

Read here: Regrettable play leaves Spurs without best player, Warriors defending themselves

But on the upside, Popovich sure loves San Francisco.

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