It has been officially announced that a multi-year contract extension between guard Manu Ginolbi and the San Antonio Spurs has been signed, but no details or information has been released regarding the signed extension agreement. The details were not released as per club policy terms that are within the contract.
The 32-year-old Argentina Native has been with the Spurs for eight seasons. He was first picked in 1999 by the Spurs as number 57. In 2008, he was named NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year and has helped the Spurs make their way to the victories of three NBA titles. He was also named All-Star in both 2005 and then three years later, he was the Sixth Man but the very first South American to earn All-NBA honors when being selected for the Third Team.
He is currently averaging between 16 and 17 points with almost 4 rebounds and almost 5 assists within all 72 games this season. These numbers are very close to his entire career stats that consist of 550 games. He has made 801 successful 3 pointers out of 2, 125 attempted shots. This is where he ranks first in all-time playoff leaders of the San Antonio Spurs where he has 170 3 pointers out of the 447 attempted. In all-time stats, he comes in fifth with steals at 834 and seventh with club annals with a little more than 8, 200 points.
Ginolbi and Bill Bradley are the only two players that have won a Championship in the Euroleague, a gold medal in the Olympics as well as an NBA Title. Ginolbi obviously has a quite impressive resume and the Coach of the San Antonio Spurs feels like Manu Ginolbi is one of the best players in the world and he is happy to have him as part of his team.
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