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SAN ANTONIO – The reported demise of Manu Ginobili would seem to be overstated. Spurs’ head coach Gregg Popovich inserted his struggling star into the starting lineup, and the former Sixth-Man of the Year responded with his best performance in recent memory. Ginobili scored 24 points and dished 10 assists. Meanwhile, Danny Green’s three-point barrage [...]
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Manu Ginobili's impersonation of Gregg Popovich was pretty spot on, not to mention hilarious. But it's even more funny in slow motion, we've decided.
Manu Ginobili ran onto the floor as fans stood and screamed. He went to the bench, and they chanted his name. The sights and sounds of so many San Antonio spring nights were back Sunday night — and the real party might be just a few days away. Ginobili broke out of a slump in a big way with 24 points and 10 assists in his first start of the season, and the Spurs beat the Miami...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Manu Ginobili had seven points and four assists in a surprise start to spark the San Antonio Spurs to a 32-19 lead over the Miami Heat after one quarter in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night.
Tim Duncan added seven points and five rebounds for the Spurs, who entered their last home game of the series tied with the Heat at two games apiece.
Thank you, Gregg Popovich. Thank you for what has been a great NBA Finals, where you and Erik Spoelstra have coached an incredible series. Thank you also for Game 6 on Tuesday night, when outcoached yourself with some final-minutes substitution patterns that threatened to destroy Twitter.
But, Gregg Popovich, thank you most of all for your postgame news conference.
Popovich has never...
Win or lose Gregg Popovich can always be counted on for a very concise and uncomfortable postgame press conference. Not surprisingly, after the Spurs lost Game 6 of the NBA Finals to the Heat, Pop was back to his old tricks. You can enjoy the entire transcript courtesy of ASAP Sports and the videos which will make you feel weird.
Q. How did you guys lose the game, was it the turnovers...
AT&T CENTER--In the two days off following one of the worst playoff performances of his career, all Manu Ginobili could hear were a series of dire questions. What was wrong with his game? Did he have anything left in the tank? Was it time to retire? Ginobili admitted some lackluster performances this season allowed some doubts to creep in him mind. In his last appearance of the...
This might be one of the greatest responses to the question of “how do you get your team into a game 7″ in the history of sports. The delivery was absolutely perfect, nice work Gregg Popovich.
Manu Ginobili had 24 points and 10 assists in a surprise start to spark the San Antonio Spurs to a 114-104 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night, pushing the Spurs one victory away from their fifth championship.
Danny Green scored 24 points and broke Ray Allen's finals record for 3s in a series with 25. Tony Parker had 26 points for San Antonio...
Tonight, the NBA Finals makes its final turn for home in a critical Game Five faceoff in San Antonio between the Spurs and the Heat. The winner moves one win away from an NBA championship.
I have been contributing throughout the Finals for our friends over at Project Spurs, learning that Manu Ginobili is quite the divisive issue for the Spurs fan base.
My latest is contributing...
After allowing San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green to set a Finals record with 25 3-pointers in just five games, the Miami Heat and center Chris Bosh are not going to let the 25-year-old have his way in Game 6 Tuesday night. “He has a knack for shooting, but he
Did ESPN really debate this question on whether or not Gregg Popovich should sit his stars for Game 6? Seriously, they debated this?
The San Antonio Spurs lost a heartbreaker in Game 6 against the Miami Heat on Tuesday night, but they still have another chance to win an NBA title in Game 7 on Thursday night. If not for the stellar shooting of Danny Green throughout the series, LeBron James would already be living up to the [...]
One of the lingering questions from game six of the 2013 NBA Finals was the Spurs decision to not foul Ray Allen on his game-tying three point attempt before the end of regulation.
As you might figure, a reporter asked Gregg Popovich that question and Pop didn’t disappoint with a very “Pop-Like” answer:
Never Change, Gregg Popovich!
Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina
The truth is he never left you. Manu Ginobili has been here, waiting, for the right moment to put his stamp on this series. I am clueless as to why he waited until Game 5 to play with any sort of aggression, but his largest output in the Finals might have something to do with his only appearance in the starting lineup thus far. Playing more minutes alongside...