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Sunday, April 7th, 2013 at 4:12 pm  |  27 responses

Gregg Popovich’s Home Was Burglarized


Who would possibly mess with Pop? According to the San Antonio Express-News, Gregg Popovich’s home was burglarized, and the Spurs head coach’s Air Force Academy class ring was stolen: “A recent bump in burglaries in The Dominion, including one at the home of Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, whose Air Force Academy class ring was stolen, has some residents on alert and the homeowners association working with police to find the culprits. According to police data, since the start of the year there have been 11 burglaries and four thefts in the enclave known for its high-profile residents, pricey homes and tight security. … A person doing rounds checked on the house and saw an open gate, which was suspicious, a police report said. Inside the gate a glass door was broken, the report said. One room was ransacked, the report said. Aside from the coach’s ring, a diamond bracelet also was stolen. Popovich declined to comment.”

(H/T: The Big Lead)

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  • LLC#12

    Burglarized is a stupid word. American English at its worst. Anyway, if there’s been 11 burglaries and four thefts already this year, can the area REALLY be known for its “tight security”? Doesn’t sound too tight to me.

  • danpowers

    lol from now on burglarized is my favorite english word

  • Bojangles

    Their lucky Pop wasn’t home.

  • Bojangles

    They’re*

  • JB

    Fire the “tight security.” Sounds like an inside job.

  • RKJ92

    What’s with people and robbing dinosaurs?

  • Ben Ireland

    Am I the only intrigued that Pop had a diamond bracelet? I mean, I know it could be his wife’s, but I like to imagine Pop has tons of jewelry !

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Gilbert/100001749589586 Mike Gilbert

    ……burglarized?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Gilbert/100001749589586 Mike Gilbert

    his sentence still could make sense…in no relavent context though lol

  • roscoe

    you’re certified odd.

  • Marvin

    *relevant, just saying

  • Dogshot

    Thee Feds can’t hold me
    I hold feds
    I was born with a dark arse coud over my head

  • spit hot fiyah

    sager better have an alibi

  • Redd

    How’s it a stupid word..lol.

  • Ugh

    Because the word is burgled. ‘Burglarized’ is dog-English.
    “lol”

  • OneStep

    The American language. Sigh. Take a perfectly good succinct word and add an unnecessary “ized” to Americanise it. Ensure that this is included in every software package exported around the globe and help to destroy the English language.

  • Heady Feddy

    Hey keep it up! Almost better than the rhymes from Cat in the Hat. “Mom! MOm! MOM! I just rhymed “feds” with “head”, I know one is singular and one is plural (somehow), but other than that obvious blunder at least I got the “eh” sound right!! Do you think I could be a rapper?” “No dogshot, go to school.”

  • Jensen Carp

    Whats with the typos guys? What are you slow or somthing?

    (….)

  • Lloyd

    “Popovich declined to comment”. Sounds about right.

  • http://twitter.com/_DFrance DFrance

    Am I the only one that thinks Pop looks like Jigsaw from the Saw movies?

  • Redd

    It’s Burglarized…burgled sounds insanely dumb.

  • RaYzer

    *something?

  • beto

    He supports obama’s policies. Thats just sharing your wealth with the burglers.

  • Roland Esquivel

    Burgled is proper, who from the S.A. Express wrote BURGLARIZED ? He didn’t attend The University of Texas !
    Dr. Roland Esquivel,
    U.of T. 1960.

  • kv

    WoW…! Lets give a hand to all the pc & grammar cops! Forget the story-just rip it apart with your attempt at wit. Now…go get a life…

  • G

    Well that coach is really funny… those decisions he made dat backfired on him like disrespecting the heat have invited bandits to his fuckin house. hahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • GBtha G

    this website iz very immature.for the kids.

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