Confirmation of arrival Emanuel Ginobili to the NBA Hall of Fame delivered more repercussions and it was the American league itself that on its social networks released a video in which basketball figures and coaches praised the former shooting guard of San Antonio Spursa franchise with which he obtained four rings, beyond his achievements with the Argentine national team.
The material posted by the NBA points to the classic move made by the Bahiense, the Eurostep, which is a simulation in which the attacking player puts his body to one side and defines to the other. From the left sector to the right, from the right to the left or from the center to either of the two directions. The key to the play is the efficiency of whoever carries the ball and Manu that was a registered trademark of Manu.
Most of those who spoke made that point from the 44-year-old former basketball player. Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks), stated that “when I think of Manu Ginóbili I think of greatness and more importantly, the Eurostep”.
As long as Draymond Green (Golden State Warriors) noted that “it’s like he was moving down, but he was also moving both ways to the same side and had a lot of little tricks.”
“The way he attacks the rim, his speed, his strength, the ability to change directions so quickly and those finishes with both hands, it’s impeccable,” he stressed. Kelly Olynyk (MiamiHeats). While Klay Thompson (Golden State Warriors) pointed out that “his ability to cut, play with talent and style.
For Blake Griffin (Detroit Pistons), Manu “really changed the way basketball is played today. Now you see several players do it every game in three or four opportunities.
For its part, J. B. Bickerstaff (Coach Memphis Grizzlies), indicated that “preparing a player like James Harden, who has dominated that play, obviously he had an impact on a player like that, who became one of the best players in the league.”
Quin Snyder (Coach of the Utah Jazz) maintained that “everyone who makes that play now, knows that historically they got it from Manu Ginobili, it’s probably one of the best plays next to Kareem’s hook. Manu’s Eurostep is there with him”.
Someone who knows Manu very well since he was his coach at Spurs, Gregg Popovichindicated that “you never knew exactly what was going to be or where the ball would go or what play it could make, but 9 out of 10, whatever he did, it helped win basketball games.”.
These are some of the tributes that Ginóbili will receive for having achieved another milestone in his sports campaign. He is one of the best in NBA history and also shone in the Argentine team and among his achievements stand out the gold medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics, the bronze medal in Beijing in 2008 and the world runner-up in Indianapolis 2002. .
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“He changed the game mode”: NBA figures praised Ginobili, after his induction into the Hall of Fame