According to ESPN’s Ric Bucher, Manu Ginobili and the San Antonio Spurs have agreed to a deal. The deal is to be worth $38.9 million for three years.
However, it is reported the deal could fall through.
The San Antonio Spurs and guard Manu Ginobili have agreed to a three-year extension worth $38.9 million, a league source confirmed Wednesday.
The deal is the maximum the Spurs are allowed to offer Ginobili under the current collective bargaining agreement, based on Ginobili’s current salary and age (32).
The contract will not be completed before Ginobili and the team return to San Antonio from their current road trip and the possibility remains the deal could fall apart. Whatever concerns the Spurs might have about Ginobili’s injury issues over the last few seasons, though, have been allayed by his performance the last two months.