Top overall picks Shaquille O'Neal (1992), Tim Duncan (1997) and James (2003) earned a cumulative $716 million in playing salary during their careers.
Fact: LeBron James joins Shaquille O’Neal, Magic Johnson, Tim Duncan and Michael Jordan as the fifth player to win at least three NBA Finals MVP awards. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: B/R Insights Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Fact: LeBron James has tallied at least 30 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in seven NBA Finals games. That is more than Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley, Tim Duncan, Dwyane Wade and Karl Malone had combined in their NBA Finals careers. Bleacher...Show More Summary
The Cavaliers forward has no championship rings despite playing with Jason Kidd, Tim Duncan, Stephen Curry, Dirk Nowitzki and LeBron James.
Toronto Raptors center Bismack Biyombo grabbed a franchise-record 26 rebounds during Saturday's 99-84 Game 3 victory against the Cleveland Cavaliers, joining Hakeem Olajuwon (twice), Tim Duncan and Dwight Howard as the only players to...Show More Summary
Has Tim Duncan played his final game with the San Antonio Spurs? Gregg Popovich is definitely not telling.
Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green is not afraid to do some talking, but there is at least one player in the NBA whom he doesn't bother trying to mess with anymore. That would be San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan. In a diary...Show More Summary
His silence spoke volumes.
Kevin Durant is primed for a big summer as the most sought-after free agent in the NBA, but there’s business to be taken care of first after Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder eliminated the San Antonio Spurs last night in the second round of the NBA Playoffs to advance to the Western Conference Finals.... Show More Summary
With the San Antonio out of the playoffs following a shellacking by the Thunder, it suddenly seems like Tim Duncan could be on his way out, bringing a sea change to the league’s most consistent franchise.
Even a hater like me felt bad for Tim Duncan at that moment. It's unfortunate that Tim Duncan's most painful Game 6 moment resembled Melisandre's plight in the first episode of this season's Game of Thrones. In the episode's final scene, the red woman is alone in her room readying for bed. Show More Summary
Who can say if the Spurs’ elimination means Duncan’s quietly magnificent 19-year career is over. He said, “I’ll get to that after I get out of here and figure life out.”
Future Hall of Famers Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili, who have been the heart of many championship teams with the San Antonio Spurs, are undecided on their NBA playing futures after an unexpected early playoff exit.
The Spurs’ season is over, and it’s time to ask the question that it feels like we’ve been asking all our lives: What’s going to happen to Tim Duncan? Read more...
The San Antonio Spurs won a franchise-best 67 regular season games, compiling an NBA record-matching 40-1 record on their home floor, but their 2015-16 campaign came to a sudden and The post Tim Duncan to ‘Figure Life Out’ Before Making Decision on Retirement appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Spurs lose the same way they win. Their way of life will continue on even if the star atop the pyramid departs. OKLAHOMA CITY -- There was one play in the fourth quarter that could have summed up the night for Tim Duncan and the Spurs. Show More Summary
And did Oklahoma City show off the dynamic scoring it needs to beat Golden State in a best-of-seven series? If Thursday night's loss to Oklahoma City was Tim Duncan's final game in the NBA, it's one he would like to forget. The surefire...Show More Summary
Is this going to be the last visible memory of Tim Duncan on an NBA basketball court? Duncan getting blocked by Serge Ibaka and falling to the floor, leading to a Thunder dunk on the other end as the clock wound down, was a meaningless play in a game that was over by halftime, when […]
Good morning. We have that and more in Friday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. THE THUNDER ROLLS: Your Oklahoma City Thunder finished the job early in Game 6, smoking the Spurs in the second quarter and hanging on late to win 113-99 and clinch a spot in the Western Conference Finals. Show More Summary