If not for Vince Carter, Manu Ginobili would be the oldest man in the NBA. But age? Age is just a number.

Ginobili, who turns 40 later this summer, dialed back to his younger days Tuesday night, sparking the Spurs to a 110-107 overtime victory to take a 3-2 second-round series lead over the Houston Rockets.

He played more than 31 minutes in the game, scoring 12 points, seven rebounds and dishing out seven assists.

The best moment? Ginobili's "He did WHAT?" slam dunk through the lane over Houston's Ryan Anderson. It was Ginobili's first dunk in a game since late December, according to the NBA.

Ginobili also sent the game to overtime with a layup, and blocked James Harden's potential game-tying three-pointer as the final seconds ticked off the overtime clock.

Harden, by the way, was 9-years-old when the Spurs drafted Ginobili with the second-to-last pick of the 1999 NBA draft - or 34 picks after Devean George.

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