Pop recently sold the 2.6-acre property for $3 million, according to multiple media reports.
Popovich purchased the home in 2005, shortly after snapping up a third title for the Spurs. He put it on the market in 2018 for $4.5 million but slashed the price tag to $3.5 million the following summer, then to $3.1 million this June.
In addition to the swimming pool, workout room and a living room big enough to be a car dealership showroom, the mansion boasts a wine cellar made of reclaimed Jerusalem stone.
When quizzed by media from the NBA Bubble this summer on whether he'd be back again to coach the team next year, Popovich replied, "“Why wouldn’t I?”
If you're interested in a tour of the mansion once owned by the winningest coach in NBA history, here you go.
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