Dwyane Wade is staying with the Miami Heat and Tim Duncan will return to the San Antonio Spurs.
Tim Duncan is returning to San Antonio for a 19th season with the Spurs.
Tim Duncan isn't ready to retire just yet.
The seemingly ageless wonder that is Tim Duncan is coming back for his 19th NBA season, confirming Thursday afternoon that he’ll be back to try and help the San Antonio The post Tim Duncan Will Return: ‘I’ll Be on the Court Next Year’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Tim Duncan is heading back for another year with the San Antonio Spurs. The veteran big man told the San Antonio Express that (...)
The waiting game on Tim Duncan’s status is over, according to Mike Monroe of the San Antonio Express-News: Straight from Tim Duncan: "I'll be on the court next year" … story coming soon on http://t.co/LMDPrVQ6z4 — Mike Monroe (@Monroe_SA) July 2, 2015 Duncan, who turned 39 in April, will be back for the 19th season […]
The Spurs' legend has decided to postpone retirement. Future Hall of Famer Tim Duncan will stick around for at least one more season, he told the San Antonio Express News' Mike Monroe. The biggest question for Duncan the last two season...Show More Summary
Kawhi Leonard and the Spurs have agreed on the framework of a five-year contract worth more than $90 million. With Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili set to return at discounted The post Spurs To Sign Kawhi Leonard To 5-Year, $90 Million Max Extension appeared first on SLAMonline.
Report: Spurs will keep Kawhi Leonard The San Antonio Spurs are built around their famous “big three” of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, but Kawhi Leonard has been just as important as all of them for several seasons now. And it appears he’s sticking around for Duncan and Ginobili to try to squeeze out [...]
The San Antonio Spurs have enjoyed nearly two decades of unprecedented success centered around a superstar who never left. Kawhi Leonard, the rightful heir to Tim Duncan's throne, is apparently ready to do the same. Leonard and the Spurs...Show More Summary
The NBA draft may be behind us, but the excitement is only beginning. On July 1, the NBA calendar year will reset with the start of free agency, and there are plenty of big names in the mix this summer. From LeBron James to Paul Pierce, plenty of star power could be available on this year's free-agent market. Show More Summary
The Spurs are expecting Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili to return next season at reduced salaries. The generous discounts should allow San Antonio to re-sign Kawhi Leonard and pursue LaMarcus The post Report: Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili To Return at Reduced Salaries appeared first on SLAMonline.
LaMarcus Aldridge rumors could soon revolve around Tim Duncan. Rumors indicate that to get Aldridge to sign with the San Antonio Spurs, Duncan is willing to give the franchise a “hometown discount” to make sure it happens. A report from...Show More Summary
It's going to be a busy offseason for the Spurs. The San Antonio Spurs believe Tim Duncan will return for the 2015-16 season, according to Marc Stein of ESPN, and they hope to have cap room to sign free agent LaMarcus Aldridge, who is...Show More Summary
On this day 18 years ago, the San Antonio Spurs selected one of the NBA's all-time greats with the first pick of the 1997 draft. Tim Duncan, a soft-spoken senior out of Wake Forest, would go on to rack up five championships, three NBA Finals MVP awards, two regular-season MVPs and 15 All-Star nods in San Antonio. Show More Summary
The 2014-15 NBA season is over, but it was an amazing year in terms of both team and individual accomplishments. Whether it was career milestones by the likes of Tim Duncan, Dirk Nowitzki and Kobe Bryant, shattering season records as...Show More Summary
Tim Duncan is an unrestricted free agent, but it would be a massive shock if he signs with anybody other than the San Antonio Spurs. The biggest surprise may be the relatively small sum Duncan receives in order to stay in San Antonio. Continue...Show More Summary
15-time All-Star basketball champion Tim Duncan isn’t mighty worried about allegedly losing $25 million. However, he is suing his financial advisor. Duncan’s former financial adviser Charles Banks is being sued over multiple faulty investments that allegedly made him rich, but weren’t profitable to his client five-time NBA champion Tim Duncan. Show More Summary
Kerr and Duncan won titles together in San Antonio as players in 1999 and 2003.
Tim Duncan may be back for a 19th season at power forward for the San Antonio Spurs. That decision is yet to be made, but one of the factors in his return will not be the $25 million he claims he lost to a financial adviser. Duncan, 39, a five-time NBA champion and 15-time […]