Manu Ginobli Announces Retirement

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    Manu Ginobli Announces Retirement

    Per ESPN.

    Hanging it up after 16 seasons.
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    Guy had a heckuva a career.

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    First ballot Hall of Famer.

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    He made a heck of a lot of winning plays in addition to popularizing the Euro step.

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    Manu was the man. Selfless player that probably could have averaged 20+ for a career as the main attraction.

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    Best play of all time is knocking the bat out of the air. Only Manu could have pulled off something like that. One of the craziest things I have seen in sports.

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    One of those players on one of those teams I didn’t truly appreciate until the end of their run. Gonna miss watching him and the Spurs as a whole as I’ve known them my whole life.

    The dunk he had on Yao might be the only time during their run where a Spurs player showed much, of any ego.

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