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Personally, I’m still trying to figure out how San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili made this pass to Matt Bonner in the second quarter of the 2013 NBA Finals.
He must be some passing wizards of sorts…
Manu’s Nice Pass to Bonner [@BuzzFeed Sports]
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MIAMI A decade ago, a pair of buddies at the University of Florida had NBA dreams
The NBA, though, wasnt dreaming much about them.
Forward Udonis Haslem wasnt even taken in the 2002 draft. He had to play in France in 2002-03.
Forward Matt Bonner, a year behind Haslem at Florida, was selected in the 2003 draft but was with just the 45th overall pick in the second round. Bonner went...
Back in March, San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili became presumably the first NBA player to ever host an “Ask Me Anything” session on Reddit. Someone else may have done it before him, but I read that he was the first on a Spurs message board and this is a crash course on Internet laziness, so bingo bango – conclusions!As with all AMA sessions, Ginobili proved it was him...
Spurs guard Manu Ginobili is 36 years of age, and next season would be his 12th. Ginobili will be a free agent this summer, and when asked by Rachel Nichols, said he wasn’t sure if he’d return next season.
Having battled injuries the past few seasons, and his game clearly not the same as it was years ago, Ginobili was asked if he might hang it up and retire?
“I don’t know...
Spurs SG Manu Ginobli had this impressive pass through the legs of Heat guard Norris Cole during Thursday’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals. This play was insane even if it wasn’t Ginobili’s intention to throw the pass through a running defender’s legs.
In this year’s edition of the NBA Finals, two former Gators have the chance to win their second championship ring while Miami’s Udonis Haslem’s is looking for his third. Here’s a breakdown of two UF shooting greats in Matt Bonner of San Antonio and Mike Miller of the Heat and the different paths they took to get to this point in their illustrious careers.
Old? Yes, the Spurs definitely are that. Too old? They don’t think so.
As Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili drag their mid-30s bodies into an NBA Finals matchup with LeBron James and the Heat, much of the story has revolve around the Spurs players’ ages. Duncan is 37. Ginobili is 35. Tony Parker just turned 31 less than a month ago, although he feels older because he came into the...
Sports Illustrated's most recent cover features Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and Tim Duncan as The Biggest 3. The Heat can't be thrilled.
It’s that time of year again as basketball fans around the globe are preparing for the saga known as the NBA Finals. This past season the Miami Heat seemed to take the next step to becoming the next great Dynasty after “The Streak”, and we saw yet another dominating season by the best player in the world. This has raised the question, “what does it take to beat the Heat?”...
Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night between the Spurs and Heat provided many exciting plays in what was a thrilling finish, but perhaps the best one was almost completely missed.
The incredible play came early in the second quarter when Spurs guard Manu Ginobili delivered a pass to a cutting Tony Parker. That obviously doesn’t sound very exciting, but wait until you actually...
As much as it might seem that the San Antonio Spurs are not aging, Father Time eventually gets everybody. Tim Duncan and Tony Parker still going strong, but Manu Ginobili has been slowing down over the past few years, with numerous injuries piling up. Ginobili was asked last night after the game whether or not [...]
Stephen Jackson is a sensitive soul, and just a year ago he admitted that Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was the only coach in the NBA who could “handle” him. The 35-year-old “Captain Jack” is known for his clutch shots and rangy defense, but he has burned bridges throughout the league in his 13-year career.
Last season, Jackson seemed to have rediscovered the home he never should...
MIAMI (AP) -- Manu Ginobili said before the NBA Finals started that Kawhi Leonard was San Antonio's only hope of containing LeBron James.
The awesome responsibility of defending the world's best player didn't faze the second-year swingman in the least.
Leonard was the point man in San Antonio's defense of James, who scored a playoff-low 18 points in the Spurs'...