"Second Chance" - Bill Schoening & Friends album.
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Bill surrounded by his stats man, Walter Stoops and the radio network engineer, Eddie Morris.
It was a subtle move that you might not have caught until you saw the replay. Spurs guard Manu Ginobili, in the fourth quarter of game one of the western conference finals, starts a drive from the right wing.
As he's approaching the paint he fakes a pass to the right corner and Thunder forward Kevin Durant drifts out to cover a corner three but the ball is still in the hands of Ginobili, who completes the drive with a layup, drawing a foul from Russell Westbrook.
It's the type of play we have come to expect from Ginobili in crunch time of a playoff game. I like to call it "Manu Voodoo". Ginobili's crafty move typified the Spurs play down the stretch in the 101-98 victory.
If the Spurs are to knock off a very hungry and athletic Thunder team, they will need Manu to continue have his impact on the game. It might not be 26 points like he scored in game one, but perhaps a deflected pass or steal or a long lead pass to an open teammate on a fastbreak.
Ginobili is often called the Spurs' "X" factor, and there's a reason for that. He consistently produces plays at both ends of the floor that make it tougher for the opposing team. Ginobili's contributions in the conference finals will be an important factor in determining which team represpents the West in the NBA finals.