Found July 27, 2013 on Project Spurs:
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The NBA and FIBA are currently holding its "Basketball Without Borders" event out in South America and San Antonio Spurs' Manu Ginobili is part of the event. The event's goal is to broaden the sport of basketball and Manu is doing his part to ensure the sport is reaching the masses. So much so, he put on his coaching hat and showed the participants the finer points of basketball. Check out video of Manu instructing the players. It makes you wonder if he has a future in coaching after his playing days are over. He seems to know what he is doing in the video.
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