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    Wednesday, November 3, 2010

    Manu Ginobili Nike Shoes 2010 The Closer

    Manu Ginobili is a very athletic and very hard working player and a rising superstar for the San Antonio Spurs. His team has won four NBA championships. Three of which came when he's already in the team.

    Manu is best known for his daredevil plays. He drives hard to the basket, and he goes for every lose balls even if it demands diving to the stands.

    Throughout his NBA career he has shown to us several European moves that only he can do. His moves have become the favorites of the Spurs fans.

    Here's his world famous Euro step:

    Here's his own version of the behind the back dribble:

    With his unique playing style he has caught the attention of a name brand of rubbershoes company, Nike. He received a Nike contract offer and he accepted it. He has a new shoes for year 2010. Its called the Closer player edition Manu Ginobili.

    Here's Manu wearing it in action:

    Here are the other pictures of the shoes:

    Here's a closer look at the shoes:

    It has a leather shell in front. It's a glossy one so be careful not to bump it to sharp edges it might be severely damaged. It also has the classic nike lace it up feature.

    It has a nike Elite sign on its tongue. It only shows that Manu is an elite athlete. It has a Nike swoosh sign on its sides.

    Manu Ginobili loves to do hard cuts for a free lay-up. He needs foot stability. The Closer has a lateral side-wall wrap-ups for superior foot stability and protection for ankle injuries. It also has great ankle supports in it.

    The back part of the shoes have the initials of Manu Ginobili.

    The price of the shoes costs 160 dollars, about 6,000 pesos in the Philippines.

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