Manu Ginobili & Gary Neal

Emanuel David Manu Ginóbili (born 28 July 1977) is an Argentine professional basketball player. Gary Neal (born October 3, 1984) is an American professional basketball player with the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA). 5.0/5

Manu Ginobili Gary Neal Tony Parker Tim Duncan Danny Green Stephen Jackson Matt Bonner Boris Diaw Tiago Splitter Kawhi Leonard San Antonio San Antonio Spurs Cory Joseph Nando De Colo Western Conference Gregg Popovich Jeff Mcdonald Oklahoma City Steven Jackson

With Splitter locked up, sources say Spurs’ next moves are re-signing Manu Ginobili & Gary Neal. -Cole
I'm going to be doing a recap of each day in Free Agency for the Spurs Day 1: -Spurs show interest in Monta Ellis -Spurs show interest in Greg Oden. Oden lists the Spurs as 1 of 6 possible landing spots -Spurs express interest in Andre Kirilenko -Blazers are interested in Gary Neal -Spurs show interest in Zaza Pachulia -Spurs and Suns begin negotiations of a Marcin Gortat for Splitter/Diaw and a 1st round pick -Spurs express interest in John Lucas III -Sources say Manu Ginobili and the Spurs will wait a few days to begin negotiations. There is no rush. -Rockets express interest in Manu Ginobili -Cole
Heyyy Spurs fans! Question: Do you think this is a plausible off-season scenario? Manu Ginobili is let go; not necessarily because the Spurs don't want him, but because they can't afford to pay both him and Tiago Splitter for next year. Manu is aging, he's getting a little more volatile in his play, and Splitter is very up and coming. Also, as much as I would like to see the core of the Spurs (Tim, Manu, Tony) stay together, I just find that it might be harder to do this off-season, especially compared to the rest of their careers. NOT SAYING I WOULD LIKE THIS TO HAPPEN. I just see it as a decision that could be made by the Spurs' front office over the summer. In fact, it could be one of the top 3 or 4 ways that the off-season goes for them. Manu is unfortunately releasable. Danny Green is fresh and consistent, Gary Neal can provide spark, and the guard prospects in this year's draft are DEEP (which can only mean the Spurs will take as much advantage as they possibly can with the 29th pick in this year's ...
Odds & Ends: Spurs, Heat, Cavs, Eliyahu, White For as compelling as the Finals were, it's a shame that we almost certainly won't see the Heat and Spurs clash again next season without at least a few changes to their rosters. Jeff Mcdonald of the San Antonio Express-News tackles a half dozen key questions for the Spurs amid uncertainty for soon-to-be free agents Manu Ginobili, Tiago Splitter and Gary Neal. In a separate piece, McDonald examines the prospects each Spurs player has of sticking around. I examined the offseason ahead for the Heat earlier today, and Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel follows with a look at what it will cost to keep each player on the Miami roster. The only constant in the NBA is change, and here's the latest on the league's comings and goings: As expected, the Cavaliers met with both Nerlens Noel and Alex Len this week, as Bob Finnan of The News-Herald confirms amongst his league roundup. Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal, who argues that Otto Porter should g ...
Breaking down the NBA Finals teams. San Antonio Spurs Tim Duncan - The best power forward to ever play the game. Fundamentals are off the charts. 1 year left sadly Tony Parker - The best at switching speeds up n down the floor. Underated by many for absolutely no reason. Tear drops everywhere. 1-3 yrs left. Manu Ginobili - many call him a flopper, ugly bball style that works, and anybody would love to have a player like that on their team. Maybe 1 yr left. Kawhi Leonard - budding star just learning the offensive game, defensive stalwart, and the perfect Spur. Danny Green - Streaky shooter from downtown, pretty good d, and stumbles majorly during pressure. Tiago Splitter - soft euro player who can make a basket once in awhile. He makes Pau look great. Gary Neal - nails wide open jump shots Cory Joseph - young mediocre backup pg still learning the game Matt Bonner - big guy w three point shot just like Matt Bullard from the Rockets back in the 90s.
Manu Ginobili's in foul trouble with 2 early first quarter fouls. Gary Neal replaces him. Big blow to the
HATS Off and "RESPECT" to the San Antonio Spurs, Greg Popovich, The Great Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, upstarts Kawhi Leonard, Danny Green, Gary Neal, Toago Splitter, Boris Diaw who showed once again that they are one of the "Classiest" and Professional Organizations in "ALL" of Sports.. It was painful to see a team with such Heart lose but they can always hang their heads High... They left is ALL out there on the Court and you can only Respect the Performance(s) that they gave us.
Tony Parker,Tim Duncan,Manu Ginobili, Kawhi Leonard, Tiago Splitter,Danny Green,Matt Bonner,Gary Neal and the rest of Spurs heck of a game my hat goes off to yall you gave Miami a run for its money. NBA Champs Miami Heat
"Spurs is a humble and a classy organization that deserves a lot of RESPECT... They developed and drafted their key role players, like Danny Green (journey man and 2009 46th pick of 2009 draft;made 25 three pointers; new nba record) Gary Neal (Undrafted;spent three years overseas; scored 24 points in game 3), Boris Diaw (Almost left the NBA) , Matt Bonner (45th pick), Tony Parker (28th pick, 2001), Manu Ginobili (57th pick overall, 1999), Kawhi Leonard (15th overall) ... Only Tim Duncan in the current Roster and TMAC are 10th pick above." No Superstars, No need to combine just fundamental play... This team deserves a lot of respect...
San Antonio – The avalanche started the way they often do, with a groaning and a rumbling and a sense of foreboding from somewhere deep within. Then comes the time to outrun it and that rarely works. When the Spurs were finished rolling down the mountainside, it would have taken an emergency beacon to find the Heat after a 113-77 thumping that gives San Antonio a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals. Well, the consensus opinion was that the Spurs would need their Big Three to show up in order to regain their equilibrium. Gary Neal Gary Neal hit six 3-pointers and finished with 24 points in the Spurs’ Game 3 rout. What they got instead were big 3s, 16 of them, in fact, which set a new Finals record. Rather than get carried by the veteran strength and experience of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, they rode a wave of 3-pointers by Danny Green and Gary Neal. This is the way the Spurs play these days, no longer the pound-it-down-low to Duncan team that throttled a younger LeBron James in their last trip t ...
While Spurs' beat writer, Jeff Mcdonald was on the plane to Miami today, none other than Stephen Jackson was on the SAME plane. Jeff got a chance to catch up with him. (this is a must read). Jackson was asked if he has any regrets. His response: “Nope,” he said. “Got my money.” He said he hasn't watched a single game, and that he spent some time in Jamaica, and has had numerous pedicures. Jackson also revealed who he was talking about when he said "I would never say a player is better than me when I know their (sic) not. Not for no one. on Instagram. Danny Green and Manu Ginobili. Jackson said, the release "was best for me so I wouldn't go crazy.” I love this part. Jackson also said, "I wouldn't want me on the team, either". Jackson says he still keeps in touch with Gary Neal, Tim Duncan, and Kawhi Leonard.
RESERVES: Ray Allen, Chris Andersen, Cole, Shane Battier, Mike Miller and Joel Anthony vs. Manu Ginobili, Gary Neal, Matt Bonner, Boris Diaw, Cory Joseph and DeJuan Blair. If Allen and the rest of the wing players are making their 3-pointers, and Andersen continues shooting like he did in his nearly perfect East finals against Indiana, this is a far better bench than the Heat
Good article on the back up point guard position. After reading this tell me what you think $$Louie210$$ Mills seems to be stuck as the third point guard in the San Antonio Spurs' rotation, but when he has played this season he's brought much needed qualities to the backup slot to Tony Parker. The Spurs have two other players who can play the position and who are earning more minutes over Mills in Gary Neal and Nando De Colo. Both men have a different game compared to Mills and they also mix well with the team, but here's to making the case for Patrick Mills to be the backup PG to Tony Parker. Speed - His quickness and speed rivals Parker's. In the open court, he's a lethal weapon and open a lot of the time. You put him in with Manu Ginobili, Boris Diaw, and Stephen Jackson as the second unit, that's a versatile group that can shoot the 3 and pass the ball while looking to run every posession. He also fits with the rest of the players on the team. If Coach Popovich wanted to go with a small backcourt, Par ...
Kawhi Leonard will be off the court for at least 8 games due to tendinitis on his left knee, Gary Neal will missed his second straight game due to a finger cut on his right hand, so NO Leonard and NO Neal tonight .I guess it is time for Nando De Colo and Cory Joseph to step up I expect a Manu Ginobili or Stephen Jackson starting tonight.we have an awesome team and an awesome bench we got this GO SPURS GO
Spurs pull out a nail-biter up @ the Rose Garden in Portland 112-109. Tim Duncan, plagued by the stomach flu, battled through and just missed another double-double, putting in 22 points, 9 rebounds, 3 blocks, but the star of the night was the fearless Gary Neal off the bench. With Tony Parker also suffering from the flu, Neal put the scoring load on his back and torched Portland for 27 points. Super-sub Manu Ginobili had his best game of the year with 17 points off the bench. 6-1 record to lead the Western Conference.
Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, Stephen Jackson and Gary Neal all scored in double-figures for San Antonio.
Spurs beat Hawks 101-99 Posted Oct 10 2012 11:35PM San Antonio (AP) Nando De Colo hit a 3-pointer with 0.6 seconds remaining to give the San Antonio Spurs a 101-99 victory over the Atlanta Hawks in a preseason game Wednesday night. Josh Powell scored 14 points and Gary Neal added 12 to lead the Spurs, who played a lineup of mostly reserves and training camp hopefuls. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich decided to rest a number of players, including Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. Center Eddy Curry got his first start of the preseason and finished with 11 points and eight rebounds, while De Colo added nine points and nine assists.
Manu Ginobili and Gary Neal score 11 points each and the Spurs defeat Montepaschi Siena in their preseason opener.
Question now becomes, will Nando De Colo still strike a deal with the SAS has Manu Ginobili, Green, and Gary Neal at 2-guard
Spurs rally to beat Clippers, win series Tim Duncan scored 21 points, Tony Parker added 17 and the San Antonio Spurs rallied in the final minutes to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 102-99 on Sunday night, closing out the series 4-0 and advancing to the Western Conference finals. The Spurs extended their winning streak to 18 games and their playoff record to 8-0, tying the third-best postseason streak in franchise history. Danny Green and Gary Neal added 14 points each, and Manu Ginobili and Thiago Splitter had 11 each for the Spurs. San Antonio could find out as soon as Monday night who it will play next. Oklahoma City leads the Lakers 3-1 in their series, with Game 5 on Monday. Chris Paul had 23 points and 11 assists, Blake Griffin added 21 points, and Eric Bledsoe had 17 for the Clippers, who blew a six-point lead in the fourth quarter. Both nursing injuries, Griffin and Paul combined to score 21 of the Clippers' 28 points in the third quarter when they took their first lead of the game. In the fourth, Bl ...
It's Gameday! The San Antonio Spurs taking on the LA Clippers tonight at the AT&T Center. It's time for the Spurs organization to Beat LA (again)! Click below to listen to what Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, Gary Neal, and Coach Pop have to say about tonights' matchup. Click 'Like' if you want to see the Spurs Beat LA!!!
Manu Ginobili, Gary Neal, and Danny Green get loose for Game 2 vs. the Utah Jazz
San Antonio guards Tony Parker and Gary Neal and forwards Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan out Thursday
News Alarm: Tim Duncan (FC - SA) Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Gary Neal are out Wednesday. (
With 2:38 left in 1st qt, all Spurs starters are on the bench. Gary Neal, Manu Ginobili, Stephen Jackson, Matt Bonner and Tiago Splitter in.
For all the SPURS FANS! Spurs go top in West with 10th consecutive win Reuters - 11 hrs ago (Reuters) - The San Antonio Spurs blew past the New Orleans Hornets 128-103 to claim the Western Conference lead with their 10th consecutive victory on Friday. The win moved the Spurs (39-14) percentage points ahead of Oklahoma City (40-15) after the Thunder lost their third in a row, a 103-98 setback to the Indiana Pacers. Tim Duncan, making eight of nine field goal attempts, led the Spurs with 19 points in 20 minutes while Eric Gordon top-scored with 31 for New Orleans, who at 14-41 have the worst record in the Western Conference. "That Spurs team is about as complete as I've seen," Hornets coach Monty Williams told reporters. "We couldn't have guarded a bike tonight if we were riding it." San Antonio's bench played a big role in the Spurs reaching a season high in points for the first half (72) and the game. Manu Ginobili and Patty Mills each scored 14 points with Stephen Jackson and Gary Neal adding 13 apiece a ...
Gary Neal in for Manu Ginobili with 11:09 left. That likely means all of the Spurs Big Three are done for the night. Tim 19 points, Manu 14.
Just saw Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, Matt Bonner, and Gary Neal at fralos!
Manu Ginobili, Steven Jackson, Gary Neal, Matt *** .. Don't you mean, Bonner, Travis? I really don't think you mean ***
Manu Ginobili, Steven Jackson, Gary Neal, Matt *** Boris Diaw, Tiago Splitter! Tell me a more impact-full bench better than that! SPURS!
Gary Neal, Manu Ginobili, Stephen Jackson, Boris Diaw, Tiago Splitter. The Spurs' reserves. What team can say they have a bench like that?
Manu Ginobili wrestles the ball from Isaiah Thomas and Gary Neal grabs the loose ball for the floater.
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