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Tim Duncan was asked if he may consider retiring following the San Antonio Spurs' disappointing Game 7 loss to the Miami Heat.
“Can’t believe you’re asking that question,” he said. “It’s been five, six years you’re saying we’re too old. I’m not going to answer that.”
Duncan was a First Team All-NBA selection and had a vintage performance in the NBA Finals.
Duncan's contract with the Spurs runs through 2015.
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The NBA has confirmed that the Spurs made an illegal substitution when Tim Duncan was allowed back into the game after Ray Allen's game-tying shot at the end of regulation.
Game 6 was over … and then, it wasn’t.
With the Miami Heat stealing victory from the jaws of defeat on Tuesday night, there will be a Game 7 in the NBA Finals. However, the fate of that game doesn’t seem to be very much in doubt.
After the Heat’s dramatic win, of course, the Spurs aren’t being given much of a chance to come back and triumph in the next game. It would seem...
"Missing a layup to tie the game. Unable to stop Dwyane and LeBron. For me, Game 7's gonna always haunt me." -Tim Duncan
Tim Duncan is putting the San Antonio Spurs Game 7 loss on his shoulders. Tim Duncan is the only person putting the Game 7 loss on his shoulders. The greatest player who will ever wear a Spurs jersey finished a revitalized season as the...
Tim Duncan had a near flawless start to Game 6. He made his first eight shots, pulled down rebounds in traffic, and completely abused Chris Bosh on the block. This propelled San Antonio to an early lead and also established their presence inside the paint. By halftime, he had 25 points and eight rebounds and it looked like he was on pace for another classic Duncan...
With the championship on the line, emotions are running at an all-time high in tonight’s Game 7 matchup. Spurs guard Tony Parker was smack dab in the middle of a threeway conversation with Miami’s LeBron James and referee Danny Crawford when teammate Tim Duncan kindly reminded Parker that his presence was needed in the Spurs huddle by dragging the San Antonio guard to the sidelines...
“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.”
― Shannon L. Alder
At 9pm Est tonight when the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs tip-off game seven of the 2013 NBA Finals. Everyone who is involved in tonight’s game, will see their legacy affected someway, somehow whether they like it or not...
The folks who run NMA World Edition really do have their collective fingers on the pulse of American sports, so it should come as no surprise that they have created one of their patented Taiwanese Animation Treatment videos for Game 7 of the NBA Finals. And, as they are wont to do, NMA managed to [...]The post Tim Duncan drives motorized cart in Game 7 Taiwanese Animation Treatment...
The San Antonio Spurs were within seconds of clinching the 2013 NBA title — what would’ve been the franchise’s fifth since they drafted Tim Duncan in 1997 – but then, they collapsed.
As far as collapses are concerned, it was a respectable one, but the pain hurts all the same. Now, the Miami Heat will take the court for Game 7 this Thursday with both momentum and the NBA...
In terms of classic GIF’s, this one of San Antonio Spurs Tim Duncan pulling Tony Parker away from LeBron James by his jersey is an instant classic.
Clearly, Tim is older brother here…
Tim pulls Tony Parker away from LeBron James [Yahoo Sports]
Aging legend Tim Duncan shared a moment with LeBron James after King James' Heat beat the Spurs in Game 7 for the 2013 NBA Championship.
MIAMI (AP) These NBA Finals were apparently about the kids.
Whether it was Tim Duncan spending a few minutes with his children at halftime of Game 5 of the series a scene captured by television cameras as the Spurs' forward sat on the floor resting up for the second half or Miami Heat star LeBron James celebrating one of his sons' birthdays in San Antonio last week, kids...
6:30 p.m.: After the Heat came from behind to defeat the Spurs in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, Miami head coach Erik Spoelstra told everyone to get ready for the best two words in sports: Game 7.
However, those two words looked in serious jeopardy after San Antonio took a 10-point lead into the fourth quarter and a 5-point lead with 23 seconds remaining in Game 6. But some late-game...
It’s the two best words in sports: Game 7.
Sports fans around the country are in for a treat tonight as the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs face off in a winner take all game for the NBA Championship.
After four consecutive blowouts in Games 2-5, Game 6 was one for the ages. It had everything you ever wanted in a finals game.
So after all the craziness that has been this year’s...
It was painful to watch as the San Antonio Spurs walked off the Heat home court in a Game 7 loss in the NBA Finals. It was the first time in the Spurs' history they lost in an NBA Finals.
The Spurs spoke about the loss and needless to say, the pain of losing in basketball's grandest stage was evident on their faces.
If you fell asleep before the end of this game last night, I feel bad for you. It was one of the best basketball games that has ever been played. The San Antonio Spurs came into Miami with the momentum from a solid victory in game 5 and they looked like they were well on their way to another championship. They outplayed the Heat for the first 3 quarters and all they had to do...