Tim Duncan retires

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» Mon Jul 11, 2016 7:04 pm
After 19 seasons Tim Duncan has retired. He is the greatest PF ever and a top ten player ever to me. Would have been fitting if he won another one or two more championships. He won five championships, none back to back and two MVPs back to back.

A great player who was never arrogant and was soft spoken. Congrats to Tim Duncan on a great career and maybe one day he can be hired by the Warriors to mentor some of the bigs.

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» Tue Jul 12, 2016 12:22 pm
NBA TV was playing some of his most memorable games this morning.

His stat line on 2003 NBA Finals was ridiculous. This was a 6 game series!

pts: 24.2
rbs: 17.0
ast: 5.3
blk: 5.3
st: 1

Almost a quadruple double on game 6: 21 pts, 20 boards, 10 assists, 8blocks

Dude will be missed. Never got enough credit.

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» Sat Oct 21, 2017 7:07 am
I dont really have much to say, but what a career. I like that he and Kobe retired in the same year, but while Kobe had the year-long goodbye party, Tim Duncan doesnt even have a press conference. If you look up consummate professional in the dictionary, they should just put Duncans picture next to it. Now onto the bigger question - does Pop stick around? Does this start the Spurs downward slope?

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