Manu Ginobili SG  #20

Full Name: Emanuel Ginobili

Current Team: San Antonio Spurs

Born: Jul 28, 1977 (38 years old)

Birthplace: Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aires (Argentina)

Nationality: Argentina

Height: 6-6 (198cm)     Weight: 205 (93kg)

Hand: Left




Current NBA Status: Under Contract (San Antonio Spurs)

Free Agent: PO-2016; UFA-2017

Current Agent: Herb Rudoy, Luciano Capicchioni

Draft Entry: 1999 NBA Draft

Drafted: Round 2, Pick 28, San Antonio Spurs

Pre-Draft Team: Viola Reggio Calabria (Italy)

Manu Ginobili News

Manu Ginobili To Meet With Popovich, Duncan In Coming Weeks
Manu Ginobili will take his time in deciding his future and whether or not he will continue his NBA career.

RealGM Staff Report

Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili Not Ready To Make Decision On Future
Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili have yet to make a decision about whether they will continue their careers next season or retire.

Michael C. Wright/ESPN

Manu Ginobili To Play In 2016 Olympics For Argentina At 38
Manu Ginobili made the decision this week to play in yet another Olympics.

Michael C. Wright/ESPN

Manu Ginobili Out At Least Four Weeks After Testicular Surgery
Manu Ginobili was injured in Wednesday's game when he took a knee to the groin from Ryan Anderson.

Michael C. Wright/ESPN

Manu Ginobili Out Two Games With Hip Tightness
In nine games this season, Manu Ginobili is averaging 11.7 points, 3.3 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.3 steals.

Manu Ginobili's New Deal Worth $5.75M Over Two Seasons
Manu Ginobili signed a two-year, $5.75 million deal with a player option included for Year 2.

Marc Stein/ESPN

Manu Ginobili Re-Signing With Spurs On Two-Year, $5.7M Deal
Manu Ginobili has reached agreement on a two-year, $5.7 million contract to return to the franchise, league sources told RealGM.

Shams Charania/RealGM

Manu Ginobili Returns For Next Season With Spurs
Manu Ginobili announced Monday that he will return to play in the NBA next season.

RealGM Staff Report

Spurs Turn Attention To Bringing Back Manu Ginobili
Manu Ginobili has been considering retirement since the end of the Spurs' season.

Marc Stein/ESPN

Manu Ginobili Will Be Patient In Making Decision On 15-16
Manu Ginobili will wait at least a month to make his decision on whether to continue his playing career.

Dan McCarney/San Antonio Express-News

Danny Green Hopes To Return To Spurs With Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili
Danny Green will become a free agent in July along with Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili.

Mike Monroe/San Antonio Express-News

Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili Undecided On Possible Retirement
Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili said they would not be rushing into a decision regarding their respective futures.

Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports

Manu Ginobili Expects To Retire By 2016
Manu Ginobili does not expect to continue playing beyond the 15-16 season.

Diego Morini/Canchallena

Spurs Won't Give Manu Ginobili Permission To Play In World Cup
Manu Ginobili had a highly productive season as the Spurs attempt to extend his career.

Paul Garcia/Project Spurs

Ginobili Has Stress Fracture In Right Leg
Manu Ginobili was diagnosed with the early stages of a stress fracture in his exit physical with the Spurs.

Adrian Wojnarowski/Yahoo! Sports

Ginobili Plans To Continue Career At Least One More Season
Manu Ginobili will turn 37 this July and has been with the San Antonio Spurs since 2002.

Jeff Garcia/Project Spurs

Ginobili Expects To Return In 14-15
Manu Ginobili is averaging 12.5 points (on 46.8% shooting), 4.4 assists and 23.0 minutes per game this season.

Sam Amick/USA Today

Manu Ginobili To Return To Spurs After All-Star Break
Barring a setback, Manu Ginobili could return immediately after the break.

Jeff McDonald/San Antonio Express-News

Manu Ginobili Out 3-4 Weeks With Strained Hamstring
Manu Ginobili will miss three to four week with a strained left hamstring.

RealGM Staff Report

Ginobili Initially 'Angry' When Spurs Traded George Hill For Leonard
Manu Ginobili was upset when the Spurs decided to trade George Hill to the Indiana Pacers for Kawhi Leonard.

Jeff Garcia/Project Spurs

Ginobili Frequently Thought About Retirement At End Of Regular Season
Manu Ginobili decided to postpone retirement and re-sign with the Spurs this offseason.

Dan McCarney/San Antonio Express-News

Manu Ginobili Motivated By Spurs' Commitment To Core
Manu Ginobii is motivated by the Spurs' commitment to bringing back the core of he, Tony Parker and Tim Duncan.

Mike Monroe/San Antonio Express-News

Buford: Ginobili Made 'Significant Sacrifice' To Re-Sign With Spurs
Manu Ginobili took a pay cut to remain with the Spurs.

Paul Garcia/Project Spurs

Ginobili Agrees To Two-Year, $14M Deal With Spurs
Manu Ginobili has agreed to re-sign with the Spurs for two seasons.

RealGM Staff Report

Manu Ginobili Doesn't Plan To Retire
Manu Ginobili wants to play at least one more season and wants it to be with the Spurs.

Jeff McDonald/San Antonio Express-News

Ginobili Could Miss Start Of Playoffs
Manu Ginobili could miss up to a month with a strained hamstring, putting his status for the start of the playoffs in question.

Associated Press

Ginobili To Miss 10-14 Days With Strained Hamstring
Manu Ginobili will miss the next 10-14 days with a Grade 1 strain of his left hamstring.

Mike Monroe/San Antonio Express-News

Ginobili Will Not Play For Argentina At 2013 FIBA Championship
Manu Ginobili will skip the 2013 FIBA Americas Championship.


Ginobili To Miss Regular Season Opener With Back Spasms
Manu Ginobili will miss the Spurs' regular season opener on Wednesday against the Hornets with back spasms.

Mike Monroe/San Antonio Express-News

Ginoibili May Play For Argentina In 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup
Manu Ginobili may continue playing for Argentina.


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