Manu Ginóbili

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Emanuel "Manu" David Ginóbili (English: , Spanish: [ˈmanu ʃiˈnoβili]; born 28 July 1977) is an Argentine-Italian former professional basketball player. Over a 23-season professional career, he became one of only two players (along with Bill Bradley) to have won a EuroLeague title, an NBA championship, and an Olympic gold medal. A four-time NBA champion, Ginóbili was a member of the San Antonio Spurs for his entire NBA career. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Manu Ginóbili has received more than 4,021,563 page views. His biography is available in 44 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 42 in 2019). Manu Ginóbili is the 73rd most popular basketball player (down from 50th in 2019), the 235th most popular biography from Argentina (up from 239th in 2019) and the most popular Argentinean Basketball Player.

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Among basketball players, Manu Ginóbili ranks 73 out of 1,264. Before him are Pau Gasol, Kevin Durant, Nikos Galis, Bill Sharman, Elvin Hayes, and Willis Reed. After him are Aleksandar Đorđević, Walt Frazier, Jerry Lucas, George Gervin, Modestas Paulauskas, and Bogdan Tanjević.

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Among people born in 1977, Manu Ginóbili ranks 49Before him are James Wan, Fabio Grosso, Nick Heidfeld, Willy Sagnol, Christian Abbiati, and Chiwetel Ejiofor. After him are Ludacris, Massimo Ambrosini, Marek Jankulovski, Denílson de Oliveira Araújo, Arash, and Matt Bomer.

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Among people born in Argentina, Manu Ginóbili ranks 235 out of 900. Before him are Rodolfo Orlandini (1905), Juan Carlos Aramburu (1912), Bernabé Ferreyra (1909), José María Guido (1910), Horacio Elizondo (1963), and Néstor Rossi (1925). After him are Pascual Pérez (1926), Juan Pablo Sorín (1976), Manuel Ferreira (1905), Francisco Olazar (1885), Olga Orozco (1920), and Marga López (1924).


Among basketball players born in Argentina, Manu Ginóbili ranks 1After him are Luis Scola (1980), Fabricio Oberto (1975), Carlos Delfino (1982), Andrés Nocioni (1979), Pablo Prigioni (1977), Rubén Wolkowyski (1973), Walter Herrmann (1979), Facundo Campazzo (1991), Juan Ignacio Sánchez (1977), Nicolás Laprovíttola (1990), and Leonardo Gutiérrez (1978).

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