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Manu Ginobili turns back clock with putback dunk

The Argentinean and future Hall of Fame guard has been more explosive than almost every 40-year-old in the league's long history.


Kahron Spearman


The Argentinean and future Hall of Fame guard has been more explosive than almost every 40-year-old in the league's long history, finding his way onto highlight reels.

During the San Antonio Spurs 109-97 win over the Brooklyn Nets, Ginobili put back a rebound with two-hands and collected an and-1.'

This is a good time to get everybody playing, everybody feeling good. Get Kawhi and Tony (Parker) back to their usual selves, back to their rhythm, feeling good and I think we are accomplishing that. Slowly, because they haven't been back for so long, but they are really showing progress.

Manu Ginobili
Guard, San Antonio Spurs

Ginobili is averaging 8.8 points and 2.4 assists per game this season, in 20.1 minutes a contest. 

40 year old Manu Ginobili with the and-1 put back slam.

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