No you do not have to adjust your computer settings. What you are seeing is correct. It seems San Antonio Spurs' Manu Ginobili figured out a way to clone himself. Which should bode well for the team seeing they can rotate between the two to have one fresh and ready to go come time for the playoff push. Perhaps this explains why Manu seems rejuvenated each and every season.
Check out this funny photo Manu sent out over his Twitter. I guess he had to have a conversation with someone so it might as well be with himself.
@DavidSalazar Harden asked too much money that Presti can afford. The only way they can sign him those kind of money was trading Perkins for capspace, which they should do that IMO. However, they just could agree on the term of contract and the Rockets just come in and offer multiple 1st round picks, along with Jeremy Lamb, hard to ignore that. All in all, they have some chemistry stuff to be make up but I don't see the Thunder sliding. If Lamb can perform like he did in Summer league, they won't miss Harden so much, Martin will probably be a trade asset in the near future. The Rockets are still a lottery team though.
@DavidSalazar In short term, its highly likely OKC got worse..in the longer term, they could be even better than they were w/ Harden.
@DavidSalazar that is crazy to me. not only did they give up their manu, but they brought in the only defender worse then steve nash in kevin martin. this move makes no basketball sense, only $$$$$. the rockets got a little better, still IMO not playoff caliber and with the stack of bigs maybe they waive somebody. they have several guys who would be a decent fit in the spurs as a back up.