Duncan continues to take younger players to school. The post SLAM Top 50: Tim Duncan, no. 25 appeared first on SLAMonline.
The end of the San Antonio Spurs dynasty may not be as close some people believe. It is widely believed that future Hall of Famer Tim Duncan will only play one or two more years. It has also been speculated that head coach Gregg Popovich...Show More Summary
Basketball is a young man's game, but the rules have never seemed to apply to Tim Duncan. Though incoming rookies on the San Antonio Spurs might be tempted to ask him what it was like to invent fire, then wonder how difficult it wasShow More Summary
Everyone's favorite NBA impersonator is back. Brandon Armstrong has already impersonated, among others, the San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan (here), the Oklahoma City Thunder's Russell Westbrook (here ) and the Los Angeles Lakers ' Kobe Bryant (here ). Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs pulled off the coup of the offseason when they snared free agent forward LaMarcus Aldridge, and Tim Duncan doesn’t anticipate having any troubles getting LMA to The post Tim Duncan on LaMarcus Aldridge: ‘I’m Going to Ride His Coattails’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Here is an interesting little profile of Tim Duncan’s main off-court interest: the car shop and nine customized cars that he owns. [Bleacher Report] Read more...
It takes less than a minute after Tim Duncan pulls up to the entrance of his car customization business in San Antonio, BlackJack Speed Shop, to realize that this isn't the same mild-mannered Tim Duncan in a Spurs uniform. Stepping out...Show More Summary
Brandon Armstrong has become a social media star under the username BdotAdot5 over the last few months thanks to his hilarious impersonation of NBA stars—from Russel Westbrook and James Harden, to Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant, to JaVale McGee and Nick Young. Hell, he even did a pretty good one of NBA referee Joey Crawford. […]
Charles Barkley guested on Friday’s edition of the Dan Patrick Show for a mammoth 22 minute interview. The interview was wide-ranging, covering the late Darryl Dawkins, the relationship between Shaq and Kobe, and Tim Duncan, among many other topics. Show More Summary
All along, it was clear that San Antonio was the ideal landing spot for LaMarcus Aldridge during free agency this summer. But it took some creative convincing from the Spurs’ The post LaMarcus Aldridge: ‘I’m Not Trying to Be Tim Duncan’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Forget Gregg Popovich and Tim Duncan. It was 38-year-old assistant Ime Udoka who played the biggest role in netting San Antonio the top free agent of the offseason. After LaMarcus Aldridge signed his four-year, $80 million contract with...Show More Summary
So we’ve already established that Tim Duncan is super generous by NBA standards. But, as it turns out, his friendliness extends to his opponents. Duncan won the Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year Award on Wednesday, a distinction that recognizes preeminent leaders, serial selflessness and phenomenal mentors And, from a San Antonio Spurs perspective, it’s easy […]
This just in: Tim Duncan commands huge respect among his NBA peers. Okay, maybe that’s not front-page news, but it is telling that the Spurs big man was named the NBA’s best teammate in a process where players could not vote for their own teammates. The NBA announced Wednesday that Duncan won the Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the […]
NBA players have selected the San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan as the recipient of the 2014-15 Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year Award. The award recognizes the player deemed the best teammate based on selfless play, on- and off-court leadership as a mentor and role model to other NBA players, and commitment and dedication to team.
He may not be the League’s most exciting player, but guys love playing alongside Tim Duncan and his peers recognize the positive effect the big fella has on his teams—“The The post Tim Duncan Named the 2014-15 Teammate of the Year appeared first on SLAMonline.
Over the past few seasons, San Antonio Spurs veteran Tim Duncan has repeatedly taken small contracts in order to help his team save cap space and pursue other players around the league. This off-season, the Big Fundamental chopped his salary in half and took a $5 million pay cut. Show More Summary
There was no fear of Spurs coach Gregg Popovich leaving the team while Tim Duncan is still out there hitting bank-shots, but what about when The Big Fundamental hangs up his sneakers? Danny Green feels new additions to the roster will keep Pop on the sideline for seasons to come. Which is good news for [...]
@BdotAdot5, the man who graced us with that balls-out homage to Russell Westbrook, has been hard at work pumping out more impressions of NBA players. His work as James Harden and Tim Duncan are highly recommended, but his latest entry may be his best: Read more...
The San Antonio Spurs may look radically different on the court next season, but head coach Gregg Popovich knows there will always be one constant: Tim Duncan and his “same The post Gregg Popovich Expecting “Same Boring Game” from Tim Duncan appeared first on SLAMonline.
On Saturday, San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said on SiriusXM NBA Radio that Tim Duncan will play the “same boring game” in 2015-16. Here’s the full quote: Same boring game. He’s going to come to the game, he’s going to score X number of points and X number of rebounds. Show More Summary