Translated Manu is telling Marco that he will see him soon and to bring him some tortellini.
Belinelli has looked up to Ginobili for a long time dating back to his days in Italy. The combination of the two off the bench will be intriguing to see this coming year. Belinelli, who comes from a defensive minded Chicago Bulls team, should fit right in with his ability to space the floor. He’s known for his shooting ability, but showed some toughness this past year for the first time on the defensive end.
Watching a little Belinelli at EU basket, I was pleasantly surprised at his passing off the pick-n-roll. If you squint you're eyes, Marco looks like an old Manu making cross court passes for open 3s. Notice, I said an old Manu. A young Manu there is no comparison.
WOW.... I CANT WAIT TO SEE THE SPURS BENCH THIS SEASO...IT WAS SO INTERESTING
DUNCAN, JEFF, LEONARD, GREEN, PARKER
FIRST TIME IN NBA HISTORY...SPURS INTERNATIONAL BENCH
TIAGO, DIAW, MARCO, GINOBILI, DE COLO
I'm just stoked to have an Italian on the team. Backpacking through Bologna this summer before we signed him, I was shocked to see how many college kids (huge college town) were rocking Belinelli Chicago jerseys. It'll be rad to see those same kids potentially throw on some silver and black.
I do think Beli will help take some pressure off of Gino. And I agree with minus that the backcourt will be dynamic bunch.
@SCOLFIELD1421 You have lofty hopes for Pendy that's for sure.