Today, the San Antonio Spurs kept Manu Ginobili on a one-year deal worth $14 mil, according to The Vertical. Ginobili seems to be entering his final season of his career. All great careers come to an end at some point and it is that time, but I think Ginobili can play for a couple of more years the way the league has changed.
Furthermore, the 38-year-old shooting guard will most likely continue to come off the bench and provide solid production for Head Coach Gregg Popovich. Last year, in 58 games, he averaged just under 20 minutes per game and scoring 9.6 points per game, which was his lowest since entering the league, plus he shot 39 percent behind the arc and 45 percent from the field.
Finally, the Eurostep master will look to add one more ring before he goes. In his career he has averaged 14 points per game, 1.9 steals per game, 5.4 assists per game and an even 45 percent from the field. The Spurs have a good enough team make a run.