UFO Hunter Manu Ginobili Continues His Quest for Answers Thanks to Tony Parker‘s messy split with Eva Longoria, the San Antonio Spurs have spent some time on sites like TMZ.com.

They’re back on TMZ. However, this time, it’s because of possible paranormal activity.

During a recent road trip to Los Angeles at the beginning of the month, Spurs guard Manu Ginobili was about to board the team bus when something in the sky caught his eye. In a video posted on TMZ.com, the Argentinian watches something fly across the sky in some disbelief and confusion.

Ginobili apparently was so intrigued that he did some research on it. According to his research, which he posted on his Facebook page, the unidentified flying object could have been “a kind of spacecraft which is called the X37-B.” Ginobili also said that through his research, he found reports that the spacecraft was supposed to be landing between Dec. 3 and Dec. 6. Of course, Ginobili’s “UFO sighting” took place on Dec. 1.

It’s not the first odd occurrence that the All-Star has been involved in. Last season, Ginobili knocked a bat that was flying around the AT&T Center out of midair. Adding to the intrigue of that one? It happened on Halloween.

Cue the music.


UFO Hunter Manu Ginobili Continues His Quest for Answers


“A lot of people didn’t think we were going to have such success, and the way things are panning out, it’s a great record to have. And on top of that, we’re winning, so it makes it that much better.”
–Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire on the team’s 15-9 record to begin the season


Yes, what does happen when their sweat freezes?

“Yeah, I totally agree. There’s a line between “macho” and stupid. It’s defined by;”if you get sick, it was STUPID.” Minus 40 is too cold to mess with, the danger will be: what happens when their sweat freezes?”


I’m going to go ahead and call this gem out of Sweden a goal-scorer’s goal.