You've probably never heard of Brandon Armstrong, a pro basketball player turned Internet comedian You've definitely heard of NBA stars James Harden, Tim Duncan and Russell Westbrook It's when the little-known Armstrong does uncannily...Show More Summary
Brandon Armstrong, the guy who brought you that awesome and hilarious impersonation of Russell Westbrook, is back with a few more videos, starting with Tony Allen (Warning: it gets borderline NSFW): Tony Allen (@aa000G9) Be Like… feat. Show More Summary
Last week, the world was introduced to NBA impersonator Brandon Armstrong, who masterfully imitated Oklahoma City Thunder superstar (...)
Our basketball impressionist is back and better than ever. Today he tackled the yin to Russell Westbrook's yang: Tim Duncan.
The San Antonio Spurs didn't need Tim Duncan or any of the franchise's other reliable veterans to reel in a championship Monday. No, the Spurs' 2015 NBA Summer League championship points toward the future for the organization, as the...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs are champions again. This time, the league's exemplary franchise captured the Las Vegas Summer League championship with a 93-90 victory over the Phoenix Suns. It's not the NBA title Tim Duncan and Co. have become accustomed to, but it's a coronation nonetheless. This title also has an important detail attached to it. Show More Summary
For most of the last two decades, role players have complemented San Antonio Spurs power forward Tim Duncan. However, LaMarcus Aldridge and David West give the future Hall of Famer something he's never had: strong frontcourt depth. Without question, Duncan and David Robinson comprised the best power forward-center combo in franchise history. Show More Summary
By all accounts, the San Antonio Spurs completely owned the 2015 NBA offseason. R. C. Buford, Gregg Popovich and company allowed a few expendable players to walk; re-signed incumbent superstars Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Kawhi Leonard;...Show More Summary
Free agency is fun and all, but players are expected to move around when their time comes: It is part of the modern NBA. With a rare exception or two—Tim Duncan and Dirk Nowitzki come to mind—players, especially stars, just aren ’t likely...Show More Summary
Tim Duncan's Welcome Letter To LaMarc... Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs recently added much sought-after NBA free agent LaMarcus Aldridge to their roster after Aldridge chose the Spurs over a host of other teams. As the long-standing...Show More Summary
Reese Witherspoon. Tim Duncan. Senator Marco Rubio. Even wealthy people have made big money faux pas... that you could, too.
Celebrating Tim Duncan's longevity has become an annual journalistic tradition, a ritual that—much like Duncan himself—never gets old. His capacity for All-Star-caliber contributions becomes more startling by the year, at least among...Show More Summary
NBA coaches everywhere are probably really jealous of San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich right now after Tim Duncan literally left money on the table when negotiating his new deal. According to Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the 15-time all-star agreed to take a $5 million pay cut on Thursday to help his team land LaMarcus Aldridge and retain […]
Tim Duncan just made another huge sacrifice. The 39-year-old legend is one of the 15 greatest players of all time and is still an All-Star, yet he signed a contract for just over $5 million next season so the Spurs had enough cap space to get LaMarcus Aldridge. This quiz should put into perspective just how much Duncan sacrificed.
The San Antonio Spurs confirmed Thursday afternoon that franchise rock Tim Duncan will be back in 2015-16, for his nineteenth season in the NBA. Duncan’s deal, reportedly, is two-year pact The post Tim Duncan Signs 2-Year, $10 Million Deal With Spurs appeared first on SLAMonline.
As expected, Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs agreed to a contract that will keep him on the court through his 40th birthday. The Spurs announced Thursday the future Hall of Fame center inked a contract to return for his 19th season...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurstoday announced that they have re-signed forward Tim Duncan. Originally drafted by the Spurs as the first overall pick in 1997, Duncan has helped San Antonio reach the playoffs in 18-straight seasons and win five NBA championships. Since selecting Duncan, the Spurs have posted a 1,005-423 regular season record, giving the team a [...]
The San Antonio Spurs are building their strongest team of the Tim Duncan era, and almost everyone is taking paycuts to do it. Though Kawhi Leonard got his max contract, LaMarcus Aldridge took less money than he could get from Portland...Show More Summary
It's not the first time the big man has sacrificed to allow the Spurs to make additions. Tim Duncan has saved San Antonio money in the past by accepting a contract for less than his market value. On Thursday, he did it again. The Spurs'...Show More Summary
Manu Ginobili included a hashtag nodding to Tim Duncan in the tweet announcing his return to the San Antonio Spurs—mostly in jest. But once you get past the profound joy over the certainty of one more year with everyone's favorite basketball...Show More Summary