There were a lot of solid performances in NBA action last night. Ageless wonder Tim Duncan threw in 21 points, 16 rebounds, three assists, and two blocks in San Antonio’s thumping of Milwaukee. Kevin Love notched 26 points, 15 rebounds, and five assists for the second time in as many nights. And Russell Westbrook had […]
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Tim Duncan became the oldest player to score at least 20 points and grab 20 rebounds last night, as the San Antonio Spurs narrowly escaped a loss to the Atlanta Hawks thanks to a Duncan game-winner, but that's not enough to cement the Big Fundamental's legacy. Tim Duncan for many years has defied age and remained relevant well into his 30s. Show More Summary
Former Spurs assistant coach Mike Budenholzer suffers a familiar fate offered to Duncan's opponents. As you may have heard, Tim Duncan had a hell of a night on Monday. The 37-year-old big man recorded 23 points and 21 rebounds on 10-for-15 shooting against the Atlanta Hawks, far and away his best game of the year. Show More Summary
Two veterans coming through when their teams needed them the most.
Tim Duncan capped off a night to remember by nailing the game-winning shot in the San Antonio Spurs' 102-100 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Monday. With the contest tied, Timmy came off of a pin-down screen and caught the ball at the right elbow. Show More Summary
The November 30 Dunk of the Night comes to you courtesy of...Tim Duncan? Wait a minute, are you sure this isn't "Fundamentally Sound 10-Foot Bank Shot of the Night?" But there is old man Timmy, rattling the rim on a lob from fellow old codger Manu Ginobili. Show More Summary
There was a moment during Saturday night’s game between the San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets when something happened. It was shortly before the half. San Antonio had been down by as much as 23 points. Kevin McHale may have thought he was being cute by cutting in front of Tim Duncan right before a sidelines inbounds pass. Show More Summary
You could say that the San Antonio Spurs were quite the cutups during Saturday’s face-off against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Maybe it was a full moon outside, or maybe Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker were just in a good mood because of the score (they ended up beating the Cavs by 30 points). Whatever the reason, […]
It's not often that the San Antonio Spurs are seen messing around on the bench, so when it happens, enjoy it. As Tim Duncan went to sit down during Saturday's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Manu Ginobili quickly put a cup on the chair. Show More Summary
The disappearance of the back-to-the-basket big man is something that old men complain about in barbershops. These kids today, all they want to do is shoot the three and win dunk contests. Unlike some "old guy" beliefs—like they don't...Show More Summary
Wednesday's NBA action featured a shoving match between the Los Angeles Clippers and Oklahoma City Thunder, an out-of-nowhere return to Linsanity and a major milestone for the Utah Jazz. Plus, Tim Duncan turned in one of the worst performances...Show More Summary
Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs looked to instruct Michael Carter-Williams and the Philadelphia 76ers on the art of winning Monday night. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Tim Duncan won't play for the San Antonio Spurs against the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night because coach Gregg Popovich is giving the three-time NBA Finals MVP a rest.
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili. Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash and Dwight Howard. Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden. Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Brook Lopez, Joe Johnson and Deron Williams. Over the last few years, the "superteam" has become the trendy style of roster construction. Show More Summary
With the NBA season upon us, The Motley Fool looks at Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Tim Duncan to see which company most closely matches each of them.
This clash between Western Conference blue bloods may have lost a bit of luster with Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant both watching from the bench, but that didn't keep the San Antonio Spurs from making a push to keep their early season momentum alive. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com