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The San Antonio Spurs are a tough out at home. While we can look at their record at home as being among the NBA’s best the last few years, we could also simply look at last night’s thrashing of the Miami Heat, in what was one of the most lopsided games in the history of the NBA Finals. One of the big reasons it is so difficult for opponents to find success in Texas is the dedicated fan base, definitely one of the most rabid in the NBA. There is one fan who is particularly infatuated with Manu Ginobili, and went so far as to shave Manu’s face into the back of his head.


Let’s try to get a closer look at Manu’s fuzzy mug:


That’s a bit much for my liking, but better than getting a tattoo of another dude's face on your body. But the barber is definitely a great artist to put that together.

We will just stick with wearing a jersey at the game.

Photo via @HerringWSJ

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