Tim Duncan had one of the best NBA Finals performances in league history when the Spurs defeated the Nets in 2003.
It was recently unearthed that TIm Duncan had a bit of shocking stance concerning Michael Jordan quite early in his NBA career.
Tim Duncan finished his career as one of the best players ever to play in the NBA. He did not start playing basketball until high school.
Nearly 20 years after Duncan decided to return to the Spurs in free agency, Rivers knows exactly where Orlando lost their chance to snag him.
When you think of former San Antonio Spurs big man Tim Duncan, certain words probably spring to mind. Maybe you associate him with winning; alternatively, you could remember his famous bank shot as either boring or fundamentally sound. In all likelihood, however, you probably wouldn’t call him scared. Even Tim Duncan is human, though. In …
Tim Duncan made a lot of money throughout his career One incident happened in which he lost over $20 million but that did not affect him.
The 2013 NBA Finals gave Tim Duncan one of the most frustrating moments in his career. It also could’ve changed the legacies of all involved.
Following the announcement of the 2020 Hall of Fame class, Smith believes that Duncan had a better career than Bryant.
The 2002-03 won the NBA title, but a paintball incident during the preseason almost derailed the team before the season even started.
In 2007, NBA referee Joey Crawford ejected Tim Duncan for laughing. The NBA fined Duncan but suspended Crawford and ordered him to see a psychiatrist.
Tim Duncan earned his way into the Basketball Hall of Fame. Basketball, however, was never his first choice. It only became an option after tragedy struck his family.
Spurs big man Tim Duncan might have played boring basketball, but that helped him gain a mental edge over his opponents.
Tim Duncan is going to be in the Hall of Fame. Over the course of his legendary career, Duncan made a ton of money with the San Antonio Spurs.
Tim Duncan was a dominant force for the Spurs who still took the time to teach his opponents how to beat him during NBA games.
Kobe Bryant headlines a phenomenal 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Class that features Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan.
Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan are both legendary NBA stars who won five titles and spent their entire career with one team. So who was better?
Former San Antonio Spurs star Tim Duncan records his first win as head coach after filling in for Gregg Popovich.
Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan battled night in and night out. But Duncan did not let Garnett’s trash talk phase him at all.
Steve Kerr played with Hall of Fame players Michael Jordan and Tim Duncan, which were drastically different experiences.
NBA players who participate in multiple sports saw longer careers and better averages than those who focused only on basketball.
Tim Duncan trash-talked opponents but not in the abrasive way of some NBA players. Pistons star Blake Griffin recently explained why.
Relationships between players and coaches can be cantankerous yet special. Here are a few of the best coach-athlete duos in sports history.
Basketball isn’t just about athleticism; you need intelligence to succeed at the highest level. These are the smartest NBA players ever.
Who can match a career the length of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s? A handful of NBA greats come close and a few exceed his record.
Tim Duncan is returning to the San Antonio Spurs, this time as an assistant coach under Head Coach Gregg Popovich.
There have been a lot of great players in the NBA, and we have the best player that has worn the uniform of each NBA franchise.
There are great three-point shooters, passers, rebounders, and defenders. Among them, there are the shot blockers who protect the rim like few others can.
As basketball fans, we often simplify the meaning of greatness to a collection of these 5 names. These are the greatest players of all time by position.
An elite ‘Big Man’ is the ultimate cornerstone of any franchise, and Hall-of-Fame NBA big men have anchored many great dynasties. Here are the top 10.
In the NBA, it’s common for fans to associate franchises with their all-time best players. Imagine if NBA team logos were configured the same way.
An NBA power forward is the ultimate goon, and he lays down the law for his teammates. These are the 10 best power forwards of all time.
With the NBA announcing the starting lineups for the 2017 All-Star game, we took a look back at the 25 worst NBA All-Star selections of all time.
The San Antonio Spurs have been one of the best sports franchises in modern history, and it all began with one bad year in the late ’90s.
After 19 seasons of excellence, Tim Duncan retired from the NBA. Here’s a look at the 7 greatest performances of his Hall of Fame career.
LeBron James can use the 2016 NBA Playoffs to move up the list of top postseason scorers in history. Here’s a look at the 5 greatest of all time.
For every Jahlil Okafor and Karl-Anthony Towns, there’s a Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett. Here’s a look at the five oldest active players in the NBA.
Not every player makes it to the Hall of Fame, but true greatness can be recognized before someone hangs it up.
With San Antonio’s win over the Miami Heat last night, Kawhi Leonard became one of the 5 youngest players to win Finals MVP.
It’s never too early to look at the best teams in the league, even if the 2015 NBA season won’t start until the fall.
Take this quiz to see if you can match 10 current NBA stars with their middle names. Good luck!