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The Sixers Were Apparently a Lot Closer to Signing Manu Ginobili than We Thought

The Sixers Were Apparently a Lot Closer to Signing Manu Ginobili than We Thought

Manu turned own a 2-year deal in the summer of 2016, but how close was he to accepting it? Back in the summer of 2016, the Sixers had reportedly offered Manu Ginobili a two-year, $30 million deal to leave San Antonio for the first time. Manu said no, but the Spurs were forced to hand out a little extra cash to keep Manu, and that was that. Today, Brett Brown’s newest appearance on Adrian Wojnarowski’s The Woj Pod went live, and it turns out the Sixers were a lot closer on Manu than we thought. Brown told Woj that he felt like he had a little “lipstick on his collar,” going after...

Parker’s initial impact on Spurs will be an emotional one, Ginobili says

SAN ANTONIO – Spurs guard Manu Ginobili believes the initial impact of point guard Tony Parker’s return to action will be an emotional one. Parker is set to play against the Dallas Mavericks on Monday night in his first game since he tore his left quadriceps tendon in the Western Conference semifinals last May. “Whatever

Eagle sighting a big deal for Spurs’ Ginobili, family

SAN ANTONIO – Spurs guard Manu Ginobili followed up Friday night’s thrilling 104-101 come-from-behind win over Oklahoma City with another thrill of sorts. While visiting friends at a ranch in Comfort on Sunday, Ginobili and his three sons and wife spotted an eagle, a nature sighting he called “amazing.” “I was thrilled, and my kids

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