Even though Aschburner thinks Manu got away with a walk against the Bucks -- go watch this a couple of times Steve -- he honors Ginóbili for what he brings to the Spurs.
But this is the part of his piece that really resonated with me:
"Most Valuable Player awards generally go to star performers on top teams. But if a team is too much of a team—like one when near-equals fill roles and share responsibilities—then it gets hard to distinguish one valuable piece from another."
p.s. What is the story behind using the NASCAR site to host NBA videos?