Manu Ginobili has announced his return at San Antonio Spurs on Monday.
According to SA Current, Ginobili does not have a definite timeline when he is ready to make the announcement. Leonard is coming off a season in which he earned National Basteball Association Defensive Player of the Year honors and will be one of the main focal points in the present and future. In 2014-15, he averaged a career-best 23.4 points per game and 10.2 rebounds.
The veteran all-star left Indiana Pacers to look for a team that has a stronger chance of wining an National Basteball Association championship. West turned his back on a $12 million deal with the Indiana Pacers to join the summer renaissance in San Antonio.
Ginobili and West follow LaMarcus Aldridge, the biggest free agent get of 2015, and add to an already potent Spurs rotation featuring five-time National Basteball Association champion Tim Duncan and ex- MVP candidate Tony Parker.
The 34-year-old is a two-time All-Star and averaged 11.7 points last season in 66 games.
All of these deals that the San Antonio Spurs have pulled off have made them the NBA’s most feared team.
The power forward had many suitors, but chose to go with the Texas team.
The depth the two provide to the Spurs, who shelled out $215 million on Aldridge, Leonard and Green will be invaluable. The three-year contract is worth $11.7 million. Aldridge has worn No. 12 throughout his entire nine-year National Basteball Association career.
The 27-year-old Bjelica was a second-round draft pick of the Wolves in 2010. Viewership topped the previous mark of 26.5 million set when Germany beat Argentina in last year’s men’s World Cup final. He also noted that without a new arena, the National Basteball Association may move the team.
He said he will miss ex- teammates like Tiago Splitter who agreed to deals with other National Basteball Association teams, but is optimistic about the season ahead. Details of the deal were not available.