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There isn't much San Antonio Spurs' Manu Ginobili hasn't done to "wow" fans in the stands. From clutch shots, ridiculous dunks to bullet passes, Manu has done much to dazzle on the court during his time in the NBA.
Well let's just add another brilliant moment from Manu from last night's Spurs' win over the 76ers.
During the third quarter, Manu found a streaking Tiago Splitter for an easy bucket and an "and 1" but with a spectacular bounce-pass between the legs of Thaddeus Young.
Check it out.
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For most of the year, San Antonio Spurs fans can say they've seen many sightings of the old Tim Duncan. Last night, it was Manu Ginobili showing flashes for one game at least.. GInobili had an awesome between the legs pass in the 3rd quarter, but before that in the 1st quarter of the game he set the tone for the Spurs with an exciting dunk that we haven't seen from him in years.
There's some good news for San Antonio Spurs 2012 NBA draftee guard Marcus Denmon and his road to recovery from foot surgery.
As you may recall, Denmon broke his right foot in the opening game for French team Chalon-Elan. He underwent surgery to repair his broken right foot where a metal rod was placed in his foot to strengthen it and to avoid further injury.
San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills knows his role with the team quite well.
After leading Team Australia at the 2012 Olympics (and leading all Olympic players in scoring at 21.2 points per game), Mills knew he may not be pouring in those kinds of numbers for the Spurs, but understood he would have a role coming off the bench.
In a nutshell, try to do what he did for Team...
Former San Antonio Spurs power forward Malik Rose was one of the most respected players on the team with his hustle and energy on both ends of the floor.
Now a Philadelphia 76ers' commentator for their games, Rose still keeps tabs on his former team and teammates who are on their final run for the franchise's fifth championship.
On what's the most important issue...
Philadelphia 76ers' center Andrew Bynum told reporters that he will resume basketball activities soon. In an interview, Bynum was asked if he had already started basketball activities, such as shooting. His response:"Not yet, but that's coming real soon. The next couple of days here I should be, you know, up to running and stand-still shots."However, he has started...
The Philadelphia 76ers recalled rookie forward Arnett Moultrie from their NBA Development League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce, on Sunday. They also waived rookie guard Maalik Wayns. The 6-10 Moultrie was the 27th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by Miami. He was traded to Philadelphia on draft night in exchange for the draft rights to Justin Hamilton and a protected...
The San Antonio Spurs and the Philadelphia 76ers got the new year off at the AT&T Center with an East meets West showdown.
The Spurs took the lead early on and never let go. Though the 76ers made a small second quarter push, the Spurs just were doing a little of everything in statistical categories to maintain their lead.
Stat Leader: Manu Ginobili...
Andrew Bynum says he expects to ramp up activity and begin running and shooting drills “in the next couple of days.” Although there is still no timeline for a return, Bynum insists he will play this season, “I know I’ll be back.”
Bynum added that doctors recently told him that “whatever is going on with the cartilage will grind itself up and I should be back out here...
The San Antonio Spurs (27-9) defeated the Philadelphia 76ers (15-20) tonight in San Antonio extending their home-winning streak to 10 games in a row.
The Spurs had six players in double-figures and were led by Tony Parker's 20 points, five assists, and two rebound night. Tim Duncan finished with 16 points, Tiago Splitter with 12, Danny Green with 13, Manu Ginobili finished...
The 76ers have recalled rookie forward Arnett Moultrie.
The matchup of the night between the San Antonio Spurs and Philadelphia 76ers will be between Tony Parker and Jrue Holiday.
This will be the first matchup of the season between the two teams. Both men have similar games and will look to outplay each other in the same areas.
Holiday, like Parker, prefers to get in the paint and also do his damage from mid range (56% from restricted...
With 19 wins separating the San Antonio Spurs (27-9) and the New Orleans Hornets (8-25), it should be an easy win from a fan's standpoint.
From a player's standpoint, Tim Duncan knows better and his San Antonio Spurs aren't going to think underestimate the Hornets.
Their coach, Monty Williams, comes from the Spurs' organization and was influenced by Duncan...
The San Antonio Spurs appeared to solve their recent road struggles with back-to-back wins away from home, but a lopsided loss to finish their most recent trip could be cause for concern.
San Antonio, though, should be primed to bounce back Monday night when it visits the New Orleans Hornets, who have lost seven straight home games.
While they've won 10 straight at home, the...
The San Antonio Spurs had been rolling before coming up short their last time out due in part to a lack of energy.
The Philadelphia 76ers could be faced with a similar issue Saturday night as they conclude a season-high eight-game road trip.
Seeking a 10th straight home win, the Spurs try to get back on track against a 76ers team surely dreading another visit to San Antonio.
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When the Philadelphia 76ers (15-18) take on the Oklahoma
City Thunder (24-7) tonight in
Chesapeake Energy Arena, they’ll certainly have their hands full. Not only do
the Thunder post an All-Star combo of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, but
as a team, OKC also owns the best winning percentage in the entire league
The Sixers come...