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Happy birthday to Manu Ginobili

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El Corazon turns 44 today.

Memphis Grizzlies v San Antonio Spurs Photos by Chris Elise/NBAE via Getty Images

What do you give the man who gave so much of himself? Perhaps a job as assistant coach to the San Antonio Spurs?

What is your favorite Manu moment? (Hint: there are no wrong answers.)

The four-time NBA Champion, two-time NBA All-Star, 2008 NBA Sixth Man, 2001 EuroLeague Champion, two-time Italian Cup winner, three-time Italian League All-Star, Olympic Gold (2004) and Bronze (2008) basketball player retired in 2018 having played his entire NBA career in San Antonio.

On March 29, 2019, the Spurs retired No. 20.

So throw on your best numero viente and share the love.

Happy birthday, Manu. We hope to see you again soon from the sidelines.


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