The 2015 free-agency period has watershed potential for the San Antonio Spurs franchise. Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili are rumored to be returning, per San Antonio's KENS 5, and the contracts they demand will likely set the tone for the...Show More Summary
After the San Antonio Spurs' early exit from the 2015 NBA playoffs, speculation swelled regarding a potential roster reshuffle. With 39-year-old Tim Duncan and 37-year-old Manu Ginobili both having finished the final year of their respective...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs front office must soon decide the futures of nine free agents, six of whom are unrestricted, while three are of the restricted variety. Kawhi Leonard (RFA), Tim Duncan (UFA), Manu Ginobili (UFA) and Danny GreenShow More Summary
Even with some players traditionally thought of as power forwards actually qualifying as combo forwards ( Draymond Green, Tobias Harris) or combo bigs (Anthony Davis, Tim Duncan, Chris Bosh, Pau Gasol and many more), this was still a...Show More Summary
Organizations have been completely altered by the events of the NBA draft lottery; think of the New York Knicks' landing Patrick Ewing, or the San Antonio Spurs' bringing aboard Tim Duncan. In the NBA, one player can change a franchise...Show More Summary
With the lottery on approach, the 2015 NBA draft class doesn't feature a LeBron James or Tim Duncan teams will fight over once the pingpong balls settle. And that's all right. Prospects such as James and Duncan are anomalies, the can't-miss...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs were knocked out in the first round of the playoffs, eliminating the chance for them to repeat as champions. While their back-to-back title dreams may be gone, it appears as though Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan won't be. Show More Summary
For those who love him most, there will never be a good time for Tim Duncan to retire. He's inextricably linked to all the awesome, cliched, model-franchise stuff that makes the San Antonio Spurs so undeniably compelling. Should theShow More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs can extend the longevity of one of the greatest dynasties in professional basketball by signing Portland Trail Blazers All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge this summer. With core members such as Tim Duncan, Manu GinobiliShow More Summary
Tim Duncan retire? After 18 seasons? Can it be so? Not according to one of Duncan’s former teammates. According to CBS Sports, the Fundamental, as Duncan is known, will be back for his 19th season. Their source? Duncan’s friend and former teammate, Antonio Daniels. Show More Summary
The Spurs’ offseason looks to be off to a rousing start.
Tim Duncan has some heavy questions to ask himself this offseason. Should he retire? Can he physically sustain another NBA season? Should he eat this funnel cake and ride the Tilt-A-Whirl until it's painted in belly batter? Duncan will...Show More Summary
Proof he's attempted to have fun at least once! Hi. This is a photo of Tim Duncan indoor skydiving recently in Vegas. Happy Friday! (via @treykerby + @reviewjournal) pic.twitter.com/rnyn2Ggk6i — Tom Haberstroh (@tomhaberstroh) May 8,...Show More Summary
Tim Duncan was in a tank top telling his drunken teammate to "shut the fuck up" after a night of drinking their sorrows away.
LA Clippers superstar forward Blake Griffin is tearing up the NBA postseason, registering three triple-doubles so far and putting up historic numbers. Blake Griffin is averaging 24.4 PTS, 13.3 REB, The post Blake Griffin Asked Tim Duncan How to Become a Leader and Winner appeared first on SLAMonline.
Tim Duncan carries drunk teammate after game 7 loss, bishop charged with fatal DUI defrocked, and drunk teens taunt crocodile.
The San Antonio Spurs could be more active in free agency than ever before, since the 2015 offseason currently holds a handful of unanswerable questions. Will Tim Duncan and (or) Manu Ginobili retire? Will Kawhi Leonard officially ink...Show More Summary
Outlier of a season, or end of a generation of stars?
Sales pitches are part and parcel of the NBA offseason. Most of the time, they're used to recruit and retain free agents. In some cases, a la Kevin Love and LeBron James in 2014, they're a means to push blockbuster trades through. This...Show More Summary
In what will go down as one of the busiest sports weekends in history, one of basketball's best -- Tim Duncan -- may have played his final game.