Ginobili still doesn't know if he'll retire
Manu Ginobili's future is just one of several question marks the San Antonio Spurs need an answer for this summer. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like there will be one anytime soon.
Here's what the Hall of Fame shooting guard recently had to say about his future, per San Antonio Express-News reporter Dan McCarney:
"Ginobili has returned home to Argentina, where he continues to ponder his future as his 38th birthday looms on July 28. 'Waiting. In a few weeks I see how I feel, how strange, how much I look like a former player,' he said recently while taking in a game between Argentina and Mexico in the FIBA Americas U-16 tournament. And…that was pretty much it. So even after more than a month has passed since the Spurs were eliminated in the first round, Ginobili is still undecided about whether or not he wants to return for what would be his 14th season."
Ginobili will be 38 years old next season, and was ineffective during San Antonio's brief postseason run. He averaged a career-low 18.7 minutes per game in the playoffs and shot just 34.9 percent from the floor.
Going off that performance alone, it's likely Ginobili hangs up his sneakers for good this summer.
(h/t: San Antonio Express-News)
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