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The San Antonio Spurs have the honor is having two of the NBA's beat big men ever to grace the NBA hardwood -- David Robinson and Tim Duncan.
The two led the franchise to two of the four NBA titles (1999 and 2003) and are considered one of the NBA's best ever frontcourt tandems.
Yet the two also share something in common: they never got the proper recognition throughout their NBA careers.
Countless times both players were never given the national exposure they deserved while other players grabbed the headlines for either all the wrong reasons or just because they made a few dazzling plays.
Robinson voiced his thoughts on the fact TD doesn't get the attention he deserves and made a good point using New York Knicks' Jeremy Lin.
Just read a recent SI and David Robinson mentioned Jeremy Lin when Dan Patrick asked him where Tim Duncan ranks among power forwards. "At No. 1," Robinson said. "His statistics will hold up against anybody’s. Two things ...
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I have heard talk lately debating Tim Duncan or Kobe Bryant as the best player of their generation.
I have been pleasantly surprised to hear some analysts say Duncan, to which I agree.
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Kobe can do things we thought we’d never see after His Airness retired. Kobe makes those tough fadeaways and those deep threes late in the...
The winner of Game 5 in an NBA playoff series usually wins the series 83% of the time. If that's true, then the San Antonio Spurs' season is going to come to an end sooner than later.
Tonight, the Spurs lost a heartbreaking Game 5 in San Antonio to the Oklahoma City Thunder (108-103) as the series shifts to OKC for Game 6 as the Thunder are now up 3-2 in the Western Conference...
The question of who will have a better legacy of out Tim Duncan or Kobe Bryant might sound absurd to some in favor of either one of these future hall of farmers. They have both been with their team throughout their entire career and have been the face of their organizations as well. In this situation stats leadership, and the ability to make their teammates better may be some...
They are regarding as two of the greatest power forwards to ever grace the NBA hardwood - San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan and Utah Jazz Karl Malone. Both have dominated the position for years and TD continues to do so until today.
But what if they could have played together? How would two of the greatest power forwards ever co-exsit? Well according to "The Mailman,"...
When an elite team like San Antonio stumbles, everyone has a theory. Here’s Gregg Doyle:
Do something, Gregg Popovich. Same goes for you, Tim Duncan. Do something. Anything. Do more than what you guys did as the Western Conference finals shifted to Oklahoma City, and I’m not just talking geographically.
This series is now knotted at two games each and the Spurs remain in possession...
The somewhat popular notion that the truth of my recent Heat-Spurs, dysfunctional-childhood-upbringing column can be determined on a game-to-game basis speaks to the level of delusion pervasive throughout America.
If the Spurs lose to Oklahoma City and never qualify for the playoffs again during the Tim Duncan era and the Heat go on to win the next 15 NBA titles, it would in no...
-Pregame: Since people seem to love predictions, I’ll go ahead and make one: Spurs by six. I think Tim Duncan and Tony Parker are both going to bounce back strong from weak performances in game three. Parker will be more disciplined with the ball, and Duncan will assert himself on the block. Oklahoma City was excellent last game, but I think the Spurs will come out with...
Linsanity flooded the sports world this past NBA season as Jeremy Lin brought a fresh of breath air to the New York Knicks franchise. At the top of the Knicks’ off-season questions; will they be able to re-sign Lin and build off their strong play late in the year?
New York Knicks (36-30 last year)
2011-12 Season Summary:
It was a tale of two halves for the Knicks this past season...
NEW YORK—It looks like the magical mystery tour that was the New York Knicks 2011-2012 season will get a chance to repeat itself.
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I usually do my scouting reports prior to each game and look at areas where the San Antonio Spurs need improvement and areas where they need to continue to exploit mismatches against their opponents.
But after Monday’s “heartbreaking” (said by Tim Duncan) loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, I think this series has been analyzed to death on my end and our team here at Project...
Although, Jeremy Lin’s future with the New York Knicks is still 100% certain as he will have to be re-signed with the franchise (more about this HERE ) it seems New York’s head coach, Mike Woodson, is 100% confident that Lin will be back and has already made declarations when he appeared on the Michael [...]
Knicks head coach Mike Woodson joined The Michael Kay show yesterday for the first time since receiving his contract extension. Woodson covered switching agents, Jeremy Lin, and Phil Jackson- see what he had to say:
With all due respect to you, we’re you surprised that the Knicks didn’t pick up the phone and feel out Phil Jackson to see if he wanted to come here?
Provided Jeremy Lin remains in New York, Knicks head coach Mike Woodson said yesterday on the Michael Kay Show on ESPN Radio that the Asian-American phenomenon would be the starting point guard entering the 2012-2013 season. The strong endorsement by … Continue reading →