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Manu Ginobili talks interest in 76ers before sticking with Spurs

For Manu Ginobili, the Philadelphia 76ers were much more than a leverage piece for more money. It seems odd to think Ginobili might have signed with the rebuilding 76ers as opposed to sticking with the San Antonio Spurs, but it almost happened—which maybe isn’t that surprising considering this is the summer where Kevin Durant joined the Golden State Warriors and Dwyane Wade...
Via The Sports Daily
July 22, 2016  |  Discuss

NBA Rumors: Spurs Sign Manu Ginobili To One-Year, $14 Million Contract

The San Antonio Spurs lost franchise icon Tim Duncan to retirement earlier this week, but one member of their old guard isn’t going anywhere. Manu Ginobili is returning on a one-year deal. The team made an official announcement, but the terms were not released. Vertical Sources: Manu Ginobili has signed a one-year, $14 million deal to return to the San Antonio Spurs. — Shams...
Via NESN.com
July 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Manu Ginobili returns to Spurs on one-year, $14 million deal

The San Antonio Spurs may have lost Tim Duncan to retirement this offseason, but they’ve been able to retain veteran shooting guard Manu Ginobili, after the two reached an agreement on a one-year deal. According to Shams Charania of The Vertical, the deal is reportedly for $14 million. That will be the most Ginobili has made since the 2012-13 season, where he made $14.1 million...
Via The Comeback
July 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: 76ers made Spurs triple their offer to Manu Ginobili

The San Antonio Spurs re-signed Manu Ginobili on Thursday to a one-year, $14 million deal, ensuring that one of their franchise cornerstones would remain with the team. But apparently San Antonio was forced to bring Ginobili back at a price greater than they would have liked. A report last week said that Ginobili had received a serious and lucrative offer from another team: ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Tim Duncan's lasting impact beyond 'The Big Fundamental'

July is the time of year resigned for the future.  The NBA’s draft was less than 30 days ago; free agency has shuffled the league’s deck and the Summer League is in full swing. The future is fun because it’s an abstraction. It’s perpetually a step ahead with infinite endurance. You can chase the next moment, the next trade, the next idea, the next season – but tomorrow...
Via Yardbarker
July 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Manu Ginobili confirms return to Spurs for 2016-17 season

Manu Ginobili will be back in black next season. The veteran shooting guard announced on social media Thursday that he will be returning to the San Antonio Spurs for a 15th season. Happy to tell you guys that I'll be coming back to the Spurs for another season. #backhome — Manu Ginobili (@manuginobili) July 7, 2016 Ginobili’s agent, Herb Rudoy, says he hopes to have a...
Via The Sports Daily
July 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Manu Ginobili announces he will return for another season

Manu Ginobili has made his decision on retirement. The decision: it can wait. The 38-year-old guard took to Twitter on Sunday morning to announce that he intends to play in the NBA in the 2016-17 season. Nuevo post en https://t.co/4cbkB8hjIP. Esta vez con alguna novedad importante y la lista habitual. Espero les guste. — Manu Ginobili (@manuginobili) July 3, 2016 The translation...
Via College Spun
July 03, 2016  |  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
May 03, 2016  |  Discuss

Manu Ginobili: ‘I don’t know if there’s a way’ to beat Warriors

The 2015-16 Golden State Warriors are a wrecking crew of legendary proportions, and San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili has yet to figure out the blueprint to beat the Dubs. In a self-written column for Argentinian newspaper La Nacion (h/t Pounding the Rock), Ginobili said “it really doesn’t seem possible” to stop Golden State, and San Antonio found that out the hard way...
Via Sportsnaut
February 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Manu Ginobili to miss at least a month after undergoing testicle surgery

Sometimes you hear about a sports injury — a blister maybe or even a broken finger — and think to yourself, “That doesn’t sound so bad.” Other times, as with Manu Ginobili’s latest injury, it’s the opposite. Ginobili will miss at least a month after undergoing surgery Thursday for a testicle injury he suffered Wednesday night. The injury was initially reported as...
Via The Comeback
February 04, 2016  |  Discuss
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