Aww, Manu Ginobili’s Bald Spot is All Grown Up Now

Have you ever watched Manu Ginobili during a Spurs game and had the urge to do this?U0eyE2P

Early in his career, Emmanuel “Manu” Ginobili was a clean cut kid from Argentina.

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Eventually, he grew his hair out. It was all over the place, much like his style of play.

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But when he cut it short in 2007, it was clear he was hiding something: a baby bald spot.

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The baby bald spot just wanted to shine…

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But Manu would hide it with hats…

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And his teammate, Tim Duncan, covered it up whenever he had a chance.

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But no matter what happened, the baby bald spot continued to grow…

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It grew stronger and stronger…

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And by 2010, it became a boisterous teenage bald spot.

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It was slowly finding strength. When others tried to cover it up, it persevered and found a way into the light.

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Soon, Ginobili’s bald spot was STRONG.

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Even his teammates couldn’t take their eyes off of it.

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And eventually, Ginobili became a PROUD bald spot dad. Here, Tim Duncan tries to cover it up once again…

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But Ginobili is having NONE of it. “Leave my bald spot alone, Timmy!”

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From then on, Ginobili and his bald spot went through tough times…

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And good times…


And they even won over the bald spot’s biggest hater, Tim Duncan.

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Ginobili’s teammates were inspired by the way he and his bald spot carried themselves.

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And now in 2015, Ginobili’s bald spot is all grown up and IMPOSSIBLE to miss.gino-full-on-495014904

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How time flies. Thank you, Manu. Thank you and your bald spot for taking us on this journey.


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Residente Tried Out For The Chicago Cubs And Javy Báez Was There To Coach Him


Residente Tried Out For The Chicago Cubs And Javy Báez Was There To Coach Him

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Residente and Javier “Javy” Báez playing baseball is the kind of sporting moment we needed.

MLB is rolling out an original series on YouTube and it will give you a chance to see some celebrities take to the field and try their stuff. “The Tryout” started May 18 and the first celebrity up to bat is Puerto Rican rap superstar René “Residente” Pérez Joglar. The show merges both baseball and entertainment in a new and fun way. The show is centered around baseball because, well, MLB, however, it does create special moments of the athletes and celebrities. There is an ease to their conversations that is akin to an interview but just feels like a conversation between friends.

Now, Residente was pretty confident in his abilities to play the game. After all, he has spent his life playing the sport because it is one of his favorite hobbies. Though he tried to temper everyone’s expectations, Residente did say that he would do decent at tryouts. It shouldn’t be a surprise that the “Atréve-Te-Te” singer played catch, caught some ground balls, and batted. Yet, the conversations they had about the best Latino baseball players and their beloved Puerto Rico are where the magic happened.

While warming up, Residente and Báez spoke about Hurricane Maria. It has been three years since the hurricane devastated the Caribbean island they both call home. Maria left millions of American citizens living in Puerto Rico without power, running water, and essential services for many months. When the hurricane happened, Báez and Residente knew that they had to do something.

Residente and Báez swapped stories about where they were during the hurricane and what they did in response. Residente was on tour in Chile and Argentina when the 2017 hurricane killed thousands of people. He immediately went into action and began collecting supplies the people of Puerto Rico needed and sent it all by military plane.

Báez had a similar reaction. The Chicago Cubs player was playing a game when the hurricane hit Puerto Rico. Báez wanted to do something so he was able to convince his manager to send some help. At first, Báez said his manager was concerned he was going to try to go to Puerto Rico but he told the manager that wasn’t possible so they collected supplies and sent them by plane to the people.

There are more episodes of “The Tryout” coming to YouTube soon.

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NFL Cancels International Games For 2020 Season Because Of The Same Thing Canceling Everything Else


NFL Cancels International Games For 2020 Season Because Of The Same Thing Canceling Everything Else

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The NFL has made some limited successes in breaking into an international audience. Part of that strategy has been playing games abroad. Mexico City and London have hosted several NFL games to bring the American sport to international crowds. However, like everything else we love, the NFL is canceling these games because COVID-19 is still a thing.

The NFL is canceling its London and Mexico City games for the 2020 season.

The NFL is canceling the games because of the uncertainty surrounding travel because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus has infected more than 1.2 million Americans and killed more than 77,000. The U.S. has the highest infection and death numbers in the world from the pandemic.

Officials for the NFL made the decision to move the games from abroad for the overall goal of stopping the spread of COVID-19.

“After considerable analysis, we believe the decision to play all our games domestically this season is the right one for our players, our clubs, and all our fans in the US, Mexico, and UK,” NFL executive vice president, chief strategy and growth officer Christopher Halpin said in a statement. “We greatly appreciate the support of our governmental and stadium partners in Mexico and the United Kingdom, who all agree with this decision, and we look forward to returning for games in both countries in the 2021 season.”

As some countries begin to ease some of their lockdown measures, the fear of a second wave is looming over the global community. Some countries have already seen some second spikes that they have fought to combat.

International fans of the sport are saddened by the news but understand.

The international games are the only chance for foreign fans to enjoy American football. With a few games a year, these fans really look forward to finally being able to don their favorite team’s jersey to cheer them on to victory.

“We also thank our incredible fans in those territories for their passionate support of the NFL,” Halpin said in a statement. “We will continue to serve them through our outstanding media partners and by being active supporters of both grassroots football and COVID-19 relief efforts in Mexico and the UK.”

Even American fans are sad that the teams are missing out on their international games.

If there is one thing that football fans love it is more football. The international games would play in the morning in the U.S. offering a full day of football before Saturday Night Foot. It is hard to overdo something that you love and football is something that people who love really love.

There was one thing of which all of the fans on social media agreed.

The Jaguars in an international game? For some fans, it was too much to understand. The Jacksonville team is not the most popular in the league and their season is calling for 16 away games this season.

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