6. Manu Ginobli, San Antonio Spurs
Going into his 15th season in the NBA, Manu Ginobli is the player with the longest tenure on this list. There isn’t much that he hasn’t accomplished at this point in his career. The shooting guard for the San Antonio Spurs is a two time all-star, has won the 6th Man of the Year Award and more importantly four NBA titles. He is one of only two players, along with Bill Bradley, to have won a Euroleague title, an NBA championship, and an Olympic gold medal. With Ginobili leading the charge, Argentina won its first ever Olympic gold medal in basketball. Why be on the lookout for him this year? Aside from seeing a hall of fame player, it will likely be his last season. His peers from the championship years are starting to retire, the Spurs are undergoing a youth movement and those 39 year-old legs that don’t bounce back the way they used to. Hopefully he will give us one more season of trick passes faking out the likes of NBA stars like Kevin Durant and Dwight Howard. Still gotta love that between the legs pass he can pull off like no other.