Duncan mutters, "I'm starting to miss basketball."
Duncan mutters, “I’m starting to miss basketball.”
Texas-based supermarket H-E-B recently released a cereal that pays tribute to Tim Duncan, who had a wonderful jersey retirement last December. The cereal’s called “Slam Duncan O’s,” a name that’s such a dad joke that it fits with Duncan’s...Show More Summary
The San Antonio-area grocery continues its comical Spurs promotions
The Spurs legend remains a wonderful commercial actor
The sophomore is putting up stats college basketball hasn't seen since Blake Griffin, Tim Duncan
Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald doesn’t know when he will retire, but he knows that it will be a low-key moment when he does. Fitzgerald said Thursday that he won’t go on an extended retirement tour full of accolades, gifts and ceremonies like the ones we’ve seen from Kobe Bryant, Derek Jeter and David Ortiz…
On Sunday, the San Antonio Spurs officially ended an era by retiring Tim Duncan's No. 21 jersey. Duncan, who retired in July, was the last player remaining from the 1997 draft class, and easily the best, as he'll go down as one of the best big men to play the game. Show More Summary
The ceremony featured Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and coach Gregg Popovich, among others.
The San Antonio Spurs honored Tim Duncan as much for his selflessness as for the five NBA championships he brought to the city, retiring his jersey during an emotional ceremony that left him and Gregg Popovich fighting back tears
LaMarcus Aldridge had 22 points and the San Antonio Spurs paid tribute to Tim Duncan on his jersey retirement night with a fundamental performance in a 113-100 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans
The Spurs retired Tim Duncan’s No. 21 last night in a muted, charming ceremony, proving that you can still celebrate a guy’s legacy even if that guy’s central myth is his complete absence of flash, ego, or pomp. That image of DuncanShow More Summary
Tim Duncan's jersey retirement with the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday night was filled with stories and anecdotes about Duncan's leadership during his legendary 19-year career. Duncan's long-time teammate Manu Ginobili shared a particularly great story about how Duncan cheered him up after the Spurs lost a playoff game. Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs retired Tim Duncan‘s no. 21 on Sunday in an emotional ceremony following the team’s 113-100 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans. Duncan retired last season having established himself as one of the greatest power forwards to ever play the game. In 19 NBA seasons—all with the Spurs—Duncan won four championships, two […]
Tim Duncan thought of his longtime coach as more a father figure than just a guy who made sure he was doing the right thing on the (...)
Good morning. We have that and more in Monday’s NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let’s basketball. THE HORNETS ARE GOOD: Paul Flannery’s Sunday Shootaround focused in on the Hornets, who had a rough patch before correcting matters vs. the Hawks on Saturday. Show More Summary
SAN ANTONIO -- Gregg Popovich arrived at Tim Duncan’s jersey retirement ceremony well prepared. In his suit coat pocket were several tissues, folded neatly, just in case. The San Antonio Spurs coach nearly needed them when he expressed...Show More Summary
Before retiring Tim Duncan’s No. 21, the San Antonio Spurs paid tribute to their longtime teammate by playing the game as he did.
LaMarcus Aldridge scored 22 points and the San Antonio Spurs paid tribute to Tim Duncan on his jersey retirement night with a fundamentally strong performance Sunday in a 113-100 win over the New Orleans Pelicans in San Antonio. The Spurs won their fourth in a row overall and fourth straight at...
One of the greatest to ever play the sport was honored on Sunday