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In a report by Alex Johnson of the Epoch Times, apparently Manu Ginobili saw a flying object in Los Angeles and, no, he isn't referring to Blake Griffin.
From the report:
Manu Ginobili, the high-flying shooting guard for the San Antonio Spurs, said that he saw a high-flyer of another kind: an unidentified flying object (UFO).
While his team was in Los Angeles on Dec. 1, the Argentinian said he saw something strange in the sky.
"I'm not sure," Ginobili said, according to station KSAT. "There's an Air Force base northwest of where we were. It was supposed to be some space shuttle landing. The good thing is, I'm not the only one who saw it. That's what really got me [saying], 'OK, I'm not totally crazy.'"
"It was a pretty strange flight pattern. I thought it was falling, not landing. That's it, it's not a big deal. It's not [like I said], 'It's a extra-terrestrial life in Santa Monica.' I didn't care. I saw something weird."
On Friday, celebrity gossip website TMZ posted a picture of Manu and another person looking up at the sky at a strange light over the horizon.
On his Facebook page, Ginobili said the UFO may have been “a kind of spacecraft which is called X-37B and was supposed to land in the area between December 3 and 6. According to various media, it landed on Dec. 3,” according to TMZ.