Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker have been playing together for the San Antonio Spurs longer than they have been married to their current wives, so it only some sense that they have developed a strong relationship that sometimes manifests in the weirdest of ways.

Just take for example their oddly synchronized sequence of reactions while sitting on the bench during last Thursday’s 100-89 road loss to the Utah Jazz.

Ginobili would later know that people on Twitter went nuts at the sight of him and Parker’s seemingly choreographed bench theatrics. The Argentinian baller then confirmed they actually have practiced it for years.

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Ginobili and Parker have won four NBA titles, played a ton of games alongside each other, and won a number of individual honors over their decorated basketball careers, but we could be seeing their last remaining games playing for the same team. With Tim Duncan now enjoying retirement, Ginobili and Parker are the only active remnants of the Spurs’ first NBA title in this millennium.

Ginobili signed a two-year contract with the Spurs last summer, while Parker is on the last season of a three-year deal. Who knows, the two might walk away from the NBA together, too.