San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is calling out Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and New England Patriots boss Robert Kraft for supporting President Donald Trump.

A total of seven NFL owners, including Jones and Kraft, gave $1 million to Trump’s Inaugural Committee.

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The Spurs' legendary coach has never shied away from bashing Trump and his supporters and that trend continued when Popovich spoke to Maureen Dowd of the New York Times. When asked about what he thinks about the fact that some NFL owners gave financial assistance to Trump, Coach Pop didn't hold back.

“It’s just hypocritical,” Gregg Popovich replied. “It’s incongruent. It doesn’t make sense. People aren’t blind. Do you go to your staff and your players and talk about injustices and democracy and how to protest? I don’t get it. I think they put themselves in a position that’s untenable.”

Popovich also pointed out that not standing for the national anthem has never been about disrespecting the flag. The Spurs coach then expressed his belief that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell got “intimidated” by Trump and folded.

Sports are still on a hiatus due to COVID-19. Popovich and the Spurs are supposed to partake in the resumption of the 2019-20 season at Walt Disney World. However, after what transpired on Friday, some believe the NBA may not resume after all.

Brooklyn Nets superstar point guard Kyrie Irving led a phone call with over 80 players where he stated he's not comfortable with the season resuming amid nationwide protests and unrest. The call reportedly lasted one hour and 40 minutes.