Andrew Monaco said it best as the Spurs corazón continues to play some of the best ball we’ve seen

Manu Ginobili, refusing to go gentle into that good night, had some killer plays in his 24 minutes culminating in 12 points, 6 assists, 4 rebounds, and a nifty steal from Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. One of his baskets was particularly acrobatic:

Although the good guys dropped the lead late in the 4th quarter for the second game in a row causing the Spurs to drop from 7th place to 7th in the Western Conference, Manu is still upbeat:

It’s always darkest before the dawn. Today is a new day and the Spurs are preparing to host the Memphis Grizzlies tomorrow at the AT&T Center. Can’t wait to see what manu does next!


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