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Reminder: Duncan, Ginobili, and Parker are the only remaining active players with four or more championship rings

Sometimes it is good to remember the obvious things in life. Thank you redditor pclark90210 for pointing out something we could all stand to remember: There are no active players who have more rings than Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, or Tony Parker. With Kobe Bryant's retirement, the Spurs' "Big Three" sit solely atop that list. Timmy leads the way with five, while Tony and Manu both...
Via Pounding the Rock
15 hours ago

Manu Ginobili: "There's a possibility of playing one more year"

In Manu's regular article for La Nacion, he wraps up the year, looks forward to the summer, and talks about making his decision about next season. What follows is a translation of a column written by Manu Ginobili for La Nación, which first appeared online on May 17 *   *   *   *   * I haven't talked or met with anyone yet. It just ended. What I'm concerned about right now...
Via Pounding the Rock
1 day ago

San Antonio Spurs: Future of Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan unknown?

The San Antonio Spurs lost the series to Oklahoma City Thunder with grace in round two of the NBA playoffs on May 12, 2016. They lost in game six 113- 99 in a best of seven series in Oklahoma. San Antonio Spurs fans are left wondering if Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili will be back in silver and black or if they’ll retire. A look at the comments made by both Ginobili and Duncan offer...
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili haven’t made decisions on retirement yet

After the Spurs’ once promising season came to a crashing halt last night in Oklahoma City, speculation naturally turned to the future of some of their old stars, namely Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. After less than stellar performances against the Thunder, many are wondering if time is up for two of the men that became the backbone of the Spurs dominance. Duncan was terse. ...
Via The Comeback
13 days ago  |  Discuss

San Antonio Spurs Manu Ginobili: International man of prestige

Manu Ginobili, Tim Duncan, and Tony Parker have passed the torch, so to speak, to the next big three, LaMarcus Aldridge, Kawhi Leonard, and Danny Green. They are not scoring the same as they used to, and this is especially true of Ginobili. Sharing the offensive load and playing fewer minutes is a big reason Manu Ginobili’s stats have gone down. A look at this international player...
19 days ago  |  Discuss

NBA players, Twitter react to Dion Waiters elbowing Manu Ginobili

The ending to Monday’s encounter between the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs was wild and created one of the biggest Twitter storms—and rounds of officiating bashing—in recent memory. For those unfamiliar, Kevin Durant and the Thunder got stomped in Game 1, 124-92. Oklahoma City took Monday’s contest, though, 98-97 after an odd non-call went down when anyone and...
Via The Sports Daily
23 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Billy Donovan plays dumb about SAS-OKC final play

If postgame press conferences were a game of poker, the chips would have been pushed all-in on Billy Donovan because the OKC Thunder head coach was so clearly bluffing with one of his answers. All anyone could talk about after the Oklahoma City Thunder escaped with a 98-97 victory over the San Antonio Spurs was the incredibly wild ending, which included Dion Waiters pushing Manu...
Via Larry Brown Sports
24 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Manu Ginobili talks about Dion Waiters’ shove on inbounds play

NBA fans watched Dion Waiters get away with an obvious elbow on Manu Ginobili in the waning seconds of Tuesday’s Thunder-Spurs game, and we really have to wonder why no call was made with an official standing right there. Ginobili, however, is taking the high road, and is already moving on to Game 3. When asked about the controversial ending, he didn’t say the bad call cost...
Via The Sports Daily
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Dion Waters elbows Manu Ginobili in crazy ending to game

Monday’s Thunder-Spurs game featured a controversial ending that was marked by a poor no-call. The Thunder had the ball on the side, leading 98-97, with 13 seconds remaining. They, for some reason, had Dion Waters inbound the ball, and he’s probably the last person you want handling the ball with the game on the line. Waters struggled to get the ball in, and then, in a desperation...
Via The Sports Daily
24 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Controversial ending to Spurs-Thunder game

The ending of Monday night's Spurs-Thunder playoff game ended in controversy as referees seemed to miss a few calls on the final possession of the game. Oklahoma City's Dion Waiters was looking to inbound the ball with the Thunder up 98-97 and 13.5 seconds left in Game 2 of the Western Conferense semifinals series. Struggling to find someone to pass to, he pushed defender Manu Ginobili...
Via Larry Brown Sports
24 days ago  |  Discuss

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