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San Antonio Spurs power forward Tim Duncan has always handled his private life in the same quiet classy manner that we’ve always seen from him on the court.
So it may be a surprise to some to find out that Duncan and his wife Amy may be getting a divorce. According to the San Antonio Express-News, a divorce case filed in San Antonio two months ago bears only the initials of the husband and wife, but seems to suggest that it’s the Spurs star and his wife.
There are no names used in the case, but the initials A.S.D. vs. T.T.D. Tim Duncan’s middle name is Theodore. A request was reportedly filed last week asking that a legal discovery be postponed until after the Spurs last playoff game.
The newspaper also verified paperwork that says the couple married around July 21, 2001. Tim and Amy Duncan were married in July of 2001.
Documents also says they have two children together, and those birthday date coincide with the dates listed on the divorce filing.
Tim and Amy Duncan reportedly ...
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Tim Duncan is reportedly going through divorce proceedings with his wife Amy.
Court papers filed last week include a request that legal discovery in the case be postponed until after the Spurs' last playoff game.
The Duncans met at Wake Forest when Tim was on the basketball team and Amy was a cheerleader.
Amy initiated the divorce proceedings on March 27.
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San Antonio Spurs All-Star Tim Duncan is getting divorced.
Amy Duncan apparently filed for divorce in March according to court documents obtained by the San Antonio Express-News. Spurs spokesman Tom James confirmed Saturday that Duncan and his wife are divorcing.
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