Salt Lake City is one of the hardest places to play in the league, especially due to the Jazz fans that fill up Energy Solutions Arena, where the San Antonio Spurs will play the Jazz for Game 3 on Saturday.
Spurs guard Tony Parker calls it one of the top five toughest cities to play in and Tim Duncan says he loves the atmosphere, but Manu Ginobili has dealt with cities and fans on a different level in the Euroleague.
Ginobili told News4WOAI that he's never felt like he's been in danger in Salt Lake City the way he has been overseas when batteries and other objects have been hurled at him.
At this point in the series, the only use for batteries would be to resuscitate the Jazz and keep them from flatlining for the rest of the series.
Some of the Bricks that Enes Kanter might throw your way Manu could cause some damage. Fair warning to you Spur players out on the court with him at the same time. I might rather take an elbow from Meta World Peace than have one of those Kanter concrete missiles come my way. Be afraid Spurs, be very afraid.