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 4th place to 7th in the Western Conference, Manu is still upbeat:
Manu on the #Spurs slide: "Halfway through the season we were aiming for the third spot. Now we are aiming for the playoffs. A lot of things changed. But tomorrow, I will wake up and be optimistic, work out and try to recover for the next game."— Tom Orsborn (@tom_orsborn) March 4, 2018
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!
GO SPURS GO!
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