Found May 08, 2013 on Football Extra Points:
Picture courtesy of Bleacher Report Let me start out by saying if you did not watch the game on Monday evening, you missed one of the greatest single handed performances as well as a teams will to never quit! Down by 1 with 3.9 seconds left Manu Ginobili drained the final three pointer of the game, and showed once again why teams love to hate him. After struggling most of the night shooting 5-20. Ginobili took the inbound pass at the top of the left key after a defensive breakdown by the warriors, and he made them pay, he finished with 16 points off the bench.  It was typical coach Pop, the trust he has in his team is amazing to see. However it wasn’t Manu who dazzled in San Antonio, rather it was the young hot shooter S.Curry, the electric guard went off for 44 points while shooting 18 of 35, and 6 of 14 from deep. It wasn’t the points he scored, but the way he scored. It was during his 22 point 3rd quarter in which curry seemed determined to break th...
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