NBA Free Agency 2013: Top 10 Shooting Guards and Potential Destinations

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10. Manu Ginobili (Unrestricted)

Jun 6, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; San Antonio Spurs shooting guard Manu Ginobili (20) passes the ball as Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade (3) defends the play during the third quarter of game one of the 2013 NBA Finals at the American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

San Antonio Spurs

Experience: 11 years

2012-13 season:

PPG: 11.8

AST: 4.6

REB: 3.4

FG%: 42.5%

OffRtg: 106.1

DefRtg: 98.3

Good old Manu. By almost any standard of measurement based on talent, Manu certainly wouldn’t be 10th on this list. But he’s ranked here because the Spurs are “boring” and no one likes to watch them on television in all likelihood, Manu isn’t taking his talents away from San Antonio this offseason. The cohesive bond between the pillars of the Spurs organization (Pop, Timmy, Parker, Manu) seems to be in place until at least one of them retires. So is your favorite team going to be making a run at the 35 year-old Argentinian? Probably not. Biggest question for Manu and San Antonio: does anyone retire if they win the Finals?

Potential Destination: San Antonio Spurs

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