The San Antonio Spurs today announced that they have re-signed forward Matt Bonner. Bonner has spent the past eight seasons in San Antonio, the longest tenured player with the Silver and Black outside of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili. The 6-10 forward has appeared in 530 games with the Spurs, averaging 5.9 points [...]
It is not surprising that Jeter speaks admiringly of Duncan, because the two understated stars have much in common, including five championships.
The list of NBA superstars with a no-trade clause in their deals consists of Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Dirk Nowitzki, Kevin Garnett. The most recent additions are Carmelo Anthony, and […] The post Report: Dwyane Wade Has a No-Trade Clause in Miami Heat Contract appeared first on SLAMonline.
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A lot has changed over the past decade, and it's very apparent when you get your hands on images from the Internet back in the day. Last month, we got a glimpse at some old-school Internet images from when Tim Duncan won his first championship. Show More Summary
Apparently, Dirk Nowitzki saw what worked so well for Tim Duncan and the NBA champion Spurs, and decided to give his club a nearly identical hometown discount. Nowitzki can only hope the Mavericks use the leftover cash as wisely as San Antonio did. The German power forward, who has only played for Dallas since being […]
Since the draft lottery was instituted in 1985, three players selected with a top-four pick have won a title with the team that selected them—David Robinson, Tim Duncan and Darko Milicic. So yes, NBA free agency is a bigger deal than...Show More Summary
Spurs general manager R.C. Buford attempted to trade up in the NBA draft to acquire Andrew Wiggins or Jabari Parker.
NBA Champion Tim Duncan spoke to David Letterman about retirement and life after basketball, and he also gave the Spurs-iest answer to how much traveling NBA players have to do. Check […] The post Tim Duncan Makes Appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
First Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, in a move that some regarded as ridiculing LeBron James, counted out the five NBA championships that San Antonio has won at the city's celebration of the Finals victory. Now a billboard announces to city motorists that free-agent LeBron may be the king, but stay-put Tim has more bling. Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs player said "I felt I could still do play more," while over on ABC Roseanne Barr told Jimmy Kimmel that people are surprised that she's slim now. read more
When certain other big-name big men are opting out, Tim Duncan is opting in. Duncan plans to return for his 18th NBA season with the San Antonio Spurs and, after they demolished the Miami Heat in winning the NBA title, why on earth wouldn’t he? By anyone else’s standards, reaching the age of 38 with […]
AlotofpeopleassumedthatwhentheSanAntonioSpurshandilydefeatedtheMiamiHeatintheNBAFinalsearlierthismonththatTimDuncanwouldprobablycallitquits.Afterall,fiveNBAChampionships,threeNBAFinalsMVPs,twoleagueMVPsand14tripstotheNBAAll-StarGameShow More Summary
With news that LeBron James will reportedly opt out of his contract with the Miami Heat and Tim Duncan opting in to stay another year with the Spurs, a San Antonio billboard is declaring that Duncan's loyalty is greater than LeBron's royalty. Show More Summary
Tim Duncan is in the business of turning questions demanding subjective answers into matters of fact. Is the San Antonio Spurs star the greatest power forward in NBA history? Yes. Is he the greatest player of his generation, usurping...Show More Summary
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LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Tim Duncan and Carmelo Anthony may be dominating the NBA now, but there will be a time when the next generation takes the torch. Given the amount of talent available in the 2014 draft, there is a very good...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs know exactly how to keep a good thing going. They haven't simply found a way to survive with an aging core; they've arguably improved with time. When results are this sweet —15 consecutive 50-win seasons, five world titles since 1999 —then the recipe should not be questioned. Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs today announced that forward Tim Duncan has exercised his player option for the 2014-15 NBA season. The 6-11 Duncan was selected by San Antonio with the first pick in the 1997 NBA Draft. In his 17 seasons, Duncan has led the Silver and Black to 11 division titles and the playoffs every [...]