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David Robinson, Manu Ginobili buy minor league baseball team

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With questions about the teams future and talk of a new stadium circulating the local sports scene, the San Antonio Missions now have new ownership for the Double-A baseball team. A group of local San Antonio business executives, led by Spurs Hall of Famers David Robinson and Manu Ginobili, have officially taken over ownership of the Missions.
Source: Gabriel Romero @ San Antonio Express-News

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Mike Finger @mikefinger
Missions’ new ownership group includes Nolan Ryan, David Robinson, Manu Ginobili, Roger Clemens and Craig Biggio. The good news is if they want a downtown baseball stadium, which would be fun, they all have money.
That probably won’t stop them from asking you for some, though. – 11:41 AM
Nate Duncan @NateDuncanNBA
Spurs tried the ol’ Manu Ginobili fake zipper backdoor play, but Keldon Johnson couldn’t quite corral the pass. – 12:08 AM
Omari Sanfoka II @omarisankofa
Casey said Bey will play starters minutes despite coming off of the bench. “I know you all are old enough to remember Manu Ginobili, he had a great career off of the bench.” – 9:58 PM

More on this storyline

Jeff McDonald: In the past few weeks, Pop has compared Jakob Poeltl to both Tim Duncan and David Robinson and compared Tre Jones to both Avery Johnson and Manu Ginobili. Poeltl: “If that’s true, we’re going for the championship.” -via Twitter @JMcDonald_SAEN / November 1, 2022
Wiseman insists he never had any doubt, even as others did. He came into the NBA believing he had star potential and that has not changed. He frequently studies video of Hall of Fame big men Kevin Garnett, Tim Duncan, David Robinson and Dikembe Mutombo – with particular emphasis on KG. “I love his tenacity for the game,” Wiseman said. “The way he pushed himself on the court, like on the defensive end, where he was a monster. I’m trying to become that type of player. I’ve got to give myself some grace, take it one day at a time. But I’m going to get there.” -via NBC Sports / October 18, 2022
Manu Ginobili: Yesterday was POWERFUL! Thank you so much for the warmth and respect. -via Twitter @manuginobili / October 20, 2022
Mike Finger: Gregg Popovich on Manu Ginobili being honored at halftime for his HOF induction: “What has he done for us lately? Nothing.” -via Twitter @mikefinger / October 20, 2022

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