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Should Manu Ginobili retire?

The San Antonio Spurs couldn't overcome the Golden State Warriors in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, and Manu Ginobili's future in the NBA is in question. The 40-year-old Argentinian has slashed and shot his way into NBA fans' hearts with his hard play. After all he's accomplished, walking away from the game is the logical next step. Still, with the Spurs consistently competing in the NBA Playoffs, it would be crazy to walk away without giving it another shot. What do you think? 🏀

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After being a key player in five NBA Championship runs, Ginobili has nothing left to give to the game. He's already arguably the best Latino to ever play in the league, winning an NBA title, a EuroLeague Championship, and an Olympic gold medal. 

Ginobili's success boosted South America's presence in the league and he's widely respected in the world for his basketball acumen. Any rookie would be happy to have the career the 40-year-old guard has had. Time to hit the ole dusty trail. 

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No one is ready to see Ginobili go. Not even his opponents. Steve Kerr told him to come back next year after eliminating him from the 2018 NBA Playoffs. His passion for the game is hard to top and he plays like every game is his last. His body-contorting finishes remain some of the most exciting plays in the NBA. Fans aren't done with Ginobili yet. He needs to come back!

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Should Manu Ginobili retire?
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#GoodByeManu
#OneMoreYearManu