The San Antonio Spurs will be well represented tomorrow night at the 60th NBA All-Star game with Manu Ginobili as a Western Conference reserve, Tim Duncan starting for the West and coach Gregg Popovich leading the West team.
While in Los Angeles, Ginobili, Duncan, DeJuan Blair, and Assistant Coach Mike Budenholzer weighed in on their amazing NBA-leading record at 46-10, Manu speaks on his MVP chances, the Spurs stealing the spotlight in Los Angeles, and more. Take a look.
Manu is the MVP of the spurs this season no doubt! And yes the 'Big Three' deserves their jerseys to be hanging on the rafters when the right time comes.
As I said before Duncan is the foundation of the team but Ginobili gets us over the hump. He may not be MVP caliber in terms of numbers, but his clutch and is the vocal leader of the Spurs right now.
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@LFJeremy I totally agree with waht you said dude. Those 3 guys truly deserved their jerseys to be on the Spurs' rafters when they retire but that will still be years from now.