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In a fine piece of investigative reporting, Manu Ginobili scored an interview with himself and reported that he is not likely to retire when his contract expires this summer.
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The Daily Yam: Even Though He Missed The Shot Afterward, Manu Ginobili’s Last-Second Ankle-Breaker Was Sublime
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you the top play from the night before, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, the Spurs came up short against the Warriors in OT despite a valiant effort — which pretty much sums up this late-game crossover by Ginobili.
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you the top play from the night before, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, Manu Ginobili squashed the upstart Warriors in double overtime with an icy three pointer.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our 2012-13 guide to the upcoming NBA season, in which we identify the reasons why your favorite team might have to start looking forward to 2013-2014 — and highlight at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: the San Antonio Spurs, where Pops, Tony, Timmy and Manu try and keep the nasty going as they again start another season as one of the favorites in the West.
After YouTube clips, social media, and a combination of Manu Ginobili, James Harden, and Shane Battier brought the issue of flopping to the forefront of the NBA for the past couple seasons, the league has finally taken official steps in an attempt to prevent the act. Unfortunately, the new penalties the league is instituting might cause more problems than they solve.
This is some rare stuff, folks. THE COVETED DOUBLE FLOP. In last night’s Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals — a game the Thunder should have won, but were outscored 39-27 in the fourth quarter — San Antonio’s Manu Ginobli (a legendary flopper) collided with Oklahoma City’s James Harden (an up-and-coming flopper) to create a flop so floptastic, it was rivaled only by the men’s locker room at your local YMCA after an old man rec league game in collective floppiness. San Antonio took Game 1, 101-98, and Game 2 is Tuesday night. [Black Sports Online]
Yeah, we’re looking at you, Tim Tebow. And A.J. Burnett. And most of you sitting at home. Ginobili was throwing smoke last night, lefty, and we’re surprised Matt Bonner’s hands weren’t burned to a crisp catching this one. Video after the jump.