Toby
Sick ass career, Halla famer, no doubt about it. Dude brought it every contest. Ginobli had too many clutch plays in big games to count
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LX
Feels a bit like someone died.

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LKeet6
"And Ginobili, even though he was often coming off the bench, has a resume of postseason production like almost no one else in NBA history. Only two players have more than 800 rebounds, 800 assists and 300 three-pointers in their playoff careers – Ginobili and LeBron James."

Legend. Will be nice for another non-American player to get into the HOF- and I say that purely from an angle of the game being more and more international...
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Ball Don't Lie
A truly sad day for basketball. Hopefully Luka can infuse some of what made Ginobili so good into the league moving forward. He's going to be a tough guy to replace in terms of watchability. He was probably in my top 5 of all time in terms of players whose highlights I'd always try and seek out and watch. His IQ and unique game was a joy. 
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Northern Neighbour
Ginobli wasn't blessed with great athleticism, but always seemed a step ahead of everyone on the court. He's probably the craftiest player since Bird. But the biggest thing I'll remember about him is that he sacrificed personal stats for the betterment of the team. Carmelo Anthony should take a page out of Manu's book and realize that he can still help the team as the 6th man.

Finally, ESPN did a great piece on Manu. It is well worth the read.

http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/23841819/manu-ginobili-san-antonio-spurs-career-defined-20-moments-nba
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Ball Don't Lie
http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/17262551/manu-ginobili-built-legacy-love-team-storied-career

Lowe on Ginobili
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