Ginobili goes on another epic run to preserve San Antonio’s playoff hopes Reviewed by Momizat on . Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer Close Joined ESPN in 2010 Previously covered Bears for ESPN.com Played college football at West Texas A&M Follow on Twit Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer Close Joined ESPN in 2010 Previously covered Bears for ESPN.com Played college football at West Texas A&M Follow on Twit Rating:
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Ginobili goes on another epic run to preserve San Antonio’s playoff hopes

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer Close Joined ESPN in 2010 Previously covered Bears for ESPN.com Played college football at West Texas A&M Follow on Twitter SAN ANTONIO — With Al-Farouq Aminu all over him in suffocate mode, Manu Ginobili peeked over his left shoulder at Rudy Gay. This decision would zip through Ginobili's thoughts as quickly as his next move. "I saw Rudy wide open next to me," Ginobili said, shaking his head. "I said, 'No.' I said, 'Not this time.' I go. I go because I was feeling really well." Ginobili drove past Aminu for a right-handed finger roll with 6 minutes, 3 seconds remaining in the game to cap a personal 8-0 run that helped lift the San Antonio Spurs to a 116-105

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