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A Plan for the Knicks’ Future? Look to the Spurs’ Past

By the fourth quarter on Tuesday night, Manu Ginobili was a 40-year-old Argentine rock star gyrating on stage at Madison Square Garden.

He had injected life into a moribund San Antonio Spurs offense with his constant, if inelegant, motion. In one display of unorthodoxy that was extravagant even for him, he aimed a lob pass to LaMarcus Aldridge from 23 feet and watched it drop through the hoop.

“It went so clean that nobody saw it,” the still Jack-be-nimble Ginobili said of how al

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