Gregg Popovich, one of the greatest basketball coaches of all time, is never one to shy away from providing some snappy responses to reporters’ questions. Pop is known as a quippy character, and his legendary monosyllabic responses to on-court interviews are often the most entertaining parts of San Antonio Spurs telecasts.

Tonight, ahead of the Spurs’ matchup against the Denver Nuggets in Game 3 of the Western Conference First Round playoff series, Pop was asked a rather innocuous question about the “mindset” of his team heading into the third game of the series.

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As expected, the longest-tenured NBA head coach wryly responded to this question by explaining that he hadn’t taken “any psychological tests” today. Bridging the dead air from his response, he continued by stating that both teams would “try to win” due to basketball being a competitive sport with a heavy tone of sarcasm.

This isn’t the first time that a fluffy question has bounced back in a reporter’s face when asking Pop a question. Pop is known for his legendary career, five NBA titles, and brilliant tactical mind, but perhaps his most well-known quality is brusqueness with the media. Needless to say, the 70-year-old isn’t winning any endearing media awards soon.

Never change Coach Pop.