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The basketball of the NBA officially announced its new members of the Hall of Fame and one of them is Manu Ginobili; who was one of the stars of the hegemony of San Antonio Spurs throughout his career. In addition, he became the first Argentine to be immortalized in this sport and the second South American.
“Another of the things you never dream of when you start to bite the orange ball! Thank you to everyone who has accompanied me on this path.” Ginobili commented on his personal Twitter account.
The four-time NBA champion and assistant to two Star Gameswill be accompanied by the other stars of this sport, Tim Hardawaythe former head coach of the NBA George Karl and the head coach of West Virginia Bob Huggins.
Likewise, the achievements of the Argentine with San Antonio Spurs they were one of the main reasons for being considered an NBA immortal. However, his delivery on the court was also seen in each commitment to his national team; so much so that he got a gold medal in Athens 2004.
This acknowledgment was what was lacking for the person born in White Bay, since his own organization recognized his exalting career on the court by removing number 20 from the bibs of San Antonio Spurs.
This tribute took place in 2029 where the Argentine surname began to remain at the top of the AT&T Center. In fact, it is also next to Tony Parker and Tim Duncan; who formed a dream trident.
Finally, the act of exaltation will take place on September 10, where Ginobili You will be able to observe your pleasure that will last for all eternity in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame; it is located in Springfield, United States.
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