Ginyard is here because he played for North Carolina. There's not a lot more to it than that. He is not an NBA calibre talent; his defensive ability is pretty good but not great, and his offense is limited to the uncontested drive, plus the occasional really really really really ridiculously high arcing jumpshot. And it's not a good high arcing jumpshot. A combination of local ties and the program he came from has gotten him here, yet it should go no further. He can make some money in Europe, however.