Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Thursday, 30 May 2013

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Manu recently purchased 900 NBA basketballs which he FedExed to poor kids living in Argentina.

SAN ANTONIO - Manu Ginobili is widely considered to be one of the most popular San Antonio Spurs players in the history of the storied NBA franchise.

Ginobili, who was born and raised in Argentina, was recently interviewed by Buckaroo Kazoo with The Turnstile Review.

Kazoo asked Manu what he likes best about living in the United States. He smiled and said that he loves the fact that there are lots of really good restaurants all over the place.

When asked to name some of his favorites, the Argentinian round baller smiled and replied that he likes eating at The Pompous Pizza Parlor, The Lips of The Dastardly Dragon Diner, The Silly Sardine Seafood Restaurant, and at The Enchanted Enchilada.

Ginobili said that he loves to go out to eat with Coach Gregg Popovich because the coach always insists on paying the tab.

Kazoo asked Manu about the rumors circulating throughout San Antonio that he may consider running for president of Argentina.

Ginobili grinned and said that he has been approached by half a dozen high ranking politicos from Argentina who have said that they want to back him in the quest to be El Presidente.

SIDENOTE: Manu has said that he may consider a presidential run after he retires from basketball.

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