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Who is the NBA's best 6th man?
As Brett Edwards points out in his article in I too think that Manu Ginobili is far and away the best player in the league not to be a part of his team's starting lineup.

As you can see HERE although Ginobili has been coming off the bench this season, he has improved his stats in every single aspect from his past 4 seasons in the NBA.
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Manu without a doubt, however he has started alot of game, so some could say he is not really a 6th man. Barbosa is 2nd, but James Posey could be 3rd....
Ginobili hands down.
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Though really, it's Manu and then everyone else. The guy is a superstar, superb scorer and team player.

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