The San Antonio Spurs may be slumping a bit on the court during this recent stretch, but that's not the only thing that's been on Gregg Popovich's mind.
During the annual Rodeo Road Trip the Spurs make during the month of February, Popovich got home to an unwelcome surprised. His house was vandalized and one of his priceless possessions 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. (MySanAntonio.com)
The great news no one was hurt during the robbery, but it's still a shame Pop got one of his treasured physical possessions stolen. While this isn't wished upon anyone, Popovich is labeled one of the "good guys" in the league and it's a shame an event like this happened to him.
A police report indicated that the intruder entered Popovich's home through a glass door that they broke. A diamond bracelet was stolen along with the glass ring.
If anyone has any information on this event or any of the related burglaries, make sure to get in contact with the San Antonio police department so the culprits can be brought to justice.