Found November 26, 2012 on
We have seem it all from San Antonio Spurs' Manu Ginobili throughout his NBA career. From clutch shots, fancy passing to all out passion on the court, it might be safe to say anytime Manu is on the court, something spectacular is bound to happen.
And that's exactly what happen in yesterday's Spurs-Raptors game.
Check out Manu being Manu with this phenomenal play which included some dribbling between a player's legs and a wild shot that somehow made it's way to the buck for the "and 1."
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Our picks for Monday night’s NBA top plays:
Carmelo Anthony beats the shot clock by .7 seconds with this off the backboard 3 pointer:
Russell Westbrook sees an opening…you can guess what happens next:
Manu Ginobili steals, half spin, ball fake, layup:
Tyson Chandler’s nasty putback:
Andre Iguodala floats one up for JaVale McGee who someone gets it to go in, and-1: