Now that all is said and done, people will always remember how great Emanuel “Manu” Ginobili was, not only as a San Antonio
The Argentine came to the NBA as a
He didn’t enter the NBA until 2002, where he served as a backup to veteran guard Steve Smith. He was plagued by injuries early on and found it hard to adjust to the NBA style of play. But he would soon get back up on his feet to become a Rookie of the Month and get enlisted in the All-Rookie Second Team.
Since then, it has been a stable and memorable career for Manu, establishing himself as one of the all-time greats who never really gave a crap about high scoring averages and becoming MVP. Manu never had a self-centered agenda in the NBA. He played the way basketball should be played, as a team game to get to the top of the conference and win a championship.
But whenever he got the chance to be front and center, Manu always delivered, too.
One thing Manu Ginobili is known for is his world-famous
It would be truly not the same without Manu.