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10 Best Memes James Harden Blocked by Manu Ginobili

Posted on 10 May, 2017, by in NBA

Some wondered why he didn’t retire. Others thought he simply stunk up the place during the series. The final result, the final play and the memes tell a different story: Manu Ginobili was the hero for the San Antonio Spurs when they needed him the most, in this case to block James Harden. More

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Manu Ginobili Speaking About Tony Parker Marks Another Step in the Re-Inventing of the San Antonio Spurs

Posted on 5 May, 2017, by in NBA

Since joining the San Antonio Spurs Spurs, Manu Ginobili has been in 205 playoff games. Every single one of them occurred with Tony Parker playing as well. With the French point guard down for the rest of the postseason (and who knows for how much longer), it feels that another piece of the dynasty is falling apart. More

10 Oldest NBA Players Heading Into the 2015-2016 Season

Posted on 15 Oct, 2015, by in Featured, NBA

Our annual rundown of the 10 oldest NBA players heading into the new season (2015-2016 this time) includes two players from the San Antonio Spurs (Tim Duncan & Manu Ginobili), two from the Los Angeles Clippers (Pablo Prigioni and Paul Pierce) and two from the Minnesota Timberwolves (Kevin Garnett & Andre Miller). Chris Andersen, Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Terry and Vince Carter complete the list of the league’s most elderly men. More

NBA Rumors: San Antonio Spurs Plans Hinge on Manu Ginobili Retiring, Tim Duncan Re-Signing

Posted on 21 Jun, 2015, by in NBA

Saying goodbye to legendary players is difficult, but if the San Antonio Spurs want a shot at adding quality players this offseason, which means max-level free agents, Manu Ginobili can’t be a part of their plans, hoping he retires instead of re-sign. More

NBA Rumors – San Antonio Spurs Waiting for Tim Duncan & Manu Ginobili Retirement Decision

Posted on 14 Jun, 2015, by in NBA

It’s the same thing almost every summer for the past five seasons: The San Antonio Spurs waiting on Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili to tell them whether they’re retiring or not. More

San Antonio Spurs – Hoping Tim Duncan Stays & Manu Ginobili Retires

Posted on 3 May, 2015, by in Featured, NBA

The San Antonio Spurs have failed to defend their NBA title for a fifth time, and are heading into an offseason with most of their players unsigned, mostly waiting to hear the decision made by Tim Duncan, Gregg Popovich and Manu Ginobili regarding their pending retirements. More

NBA Rumors – San Antonio Spurs Prepared for Manu Ginobili Retirement

Posted on 8 Apr, 2015, by in NBA

It seems like every season is the last for Manu Ginobili, but the San Antonio Spurs legend might actually be more serious than before when talking about retiring at the end of this season. More

San Antonio Spurs – Tim Duncan Needs to Say ‘Thank You Omer Asik’

Posted on 1 Jan, 2015, by in NBA

In games between the San Antonio Spurs and the New Orleans Pelicans, the focus is often on Anthony Davis and Tim Duncan, but in the latest installment, won by the defending NBA champions 95-93, it was about Omer Asik having a terrible bit of luck that lost the game for his team. More

San Antonio Spurs – Champions Don’t Lose on Season Opener

Posted on 29 Oct, 2014, by in NBA

Despite facing stubborn opposition from the Dallas Mavericks, the San Antonio Spurs wouldn’t let that sour their first game of the 2014-2015 NBA season, beating their in-state rivals 101-100 thanks to a big fourth quarter and overall game from Tony Parker, getting plenty of help from Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan. More

San Antonio Spurs, Repeat Champions – It’s Now or Never

Posted on 26 Oct, 2014, by in NBA

Five time NBA champions, but never back to back. The San Antonio Spurs enter the 2014-2015 season as the defending title holders, as the growing, evolving and improving core around Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, orchestrated by Gregg Popovich, will try to finally accomplish the one thing that’s avoided the most successful NBA franchise in the last 15 years. More