Manu Ginobili had a great career, so much so, that the San Antonio Spurs retired his #20 jersey on Thursday night in San Antonio.
During his 16-year NBA career, all with the Spurs, he won four NBA titles; Ginobili and LeBron James are the only two players in NBA postseason history with at least 3,000 points and 300 three-pointers in the playoffs.
Ginobili is one of 10 players ever to appear in over 200 playoff games, he came off the bench 165 times and is the all-time leader in NBA postseason history as a reserve in points (2,014), assists (576), rebounds (635), steals (205), field goals made (630), three-pointers made (226) and free throws made (528).
Ginobili was a two-time All-Star (2005 and 2011). The 2008 NBA Sixth Man of the Year is the first sixth man, as well as the first South American, to earn All-NBA honors.
Ginobili is most definitely a Hall of Famer, but according to Skip Bayless, Ginobili is a top-30 all-time NBA player.
Listen to what Bayless had to say on FS1’s “Undisputed” on Friday: