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AT&T CENTER--The crowd already on their feet, Tim Duncan and Blake Griffin took to the air on a collision course late in the fourth quarter that sent both crashing to the ground. It was, up until a few minutes later, the loudest ovation the AT&T Center has offered all season.
It was a rare demonstrative night from Duncan. In the moment the 36-year old Duncan challenged the NBA’s highest flyer at the apex of his height--delivering a clean, but hard foul--he showed the competitive fire he still has within. A few minutes later he would let that fire out.
Trailing by one after an inbounds foul granted Chris Paul a go-ahead free throw, the Spurs found Duncan coming off a pindown screen from Kawhi Leonarrd. Duncan curled and faked the Clippers’ Willie Green in the air, drawing contact as he sank the game’s final basket.
With the ball settling into the net, Duncan gave a rare celebratory yell, tugging on his jersey and strutted down the other end of the c...
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Is there anything Tim Duncan can't do? I love his approach to the game, instead of running around like a mad man, Timmy calmly walks to the opposite end of the floor to gather his thoughts because he knows he has to go sink an important free throw to put the icing on the cake. I know John Schumann wrote a great piece explaining why these aren't the same Spurs we have seen...
San Antonio Spurs power forward Tim Duncan’s resurrection this season has gone a bit unnoticed.
The past few seasons, Duncan started to look like father time had gotten a hold of him, but this season he’s looked like the player of old, averaging 17.6 points per game, 10 rebounds while shooting 50 percent from the field and made his 14th All-Star Game appearance.
In a game last...
Tim Duncan had a season-high 34 points, including a game-winning three-point play with 2.2 seconds left, and the San Antonio Spurs outlasted the Los Angeles Clippers, 104-102, on Friday night.
Duncan also had 11 rebounds for San Antonio (55-17), which won its seventh straight at home. Tony Parker added 24 points and eight assists and Tiago Splitter had 14 points.
36-year-old, Tim Duncan, added another spectacular performance to his impressive season Friday, scoring a season-high 34 points, pulling down 11 boards, and hitting the game-winning shot to lead the Spurs to a 104-102 home victory over the Clippers. The win increased San Antonio’s lead over the Thunder for first place in the Western Conference to 2.5 games.
The ‘Tim Duncan is boring’ narrative might be a popular one as of late, but boring Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Los Angeles Clippers Friday night with his and-1 game-winner. With just 7 seconds remaining in the game, Danny Green gets the inbounds from Kawhi Leonard – who immediately sets a [...]The post Tim Duncan’s And-1 Game Winner Beats The Clippers...
The San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Clippers fought it out last night in San Antonio but in the end, the Spurs came out on top 104-102 to even the regular season series at two games a piece.
And carrying the Spurs to the win was none other than Tim Duncan who finished with an eye-opening stat line -- 34 points, 11 boards, 10-10 from free throw line, 12-19 from the floor, and...
Tim Duncan had 23 points and 14 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs escaped with a 100-99 win over Denver on Wednesday night when Nuggets veteran guard Andre Miller missed a short jumper at the buzzer.
Danny Green added 20 points and Tony Parker had 18 points and 11 assists for the Spurs, who remained 1 1/2 games ahead of Oklahoma City in the race for the top spot in the Western...
Tim Duncan had a season-high 34 points, including a game-winning
three-point play with 2.2 seconds left, and the San Antonio Spurs
outlasted the Los Angeles Clippers 104-102 on Friday night.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Tim Duncan had a season-high 34 points, including a game-winning three-point play with 2.2 seconds left, and the San Antonio Spurs outlasted the Los Angeles Clippers 104-102 on Friday night.
Duncan also had 11 rebounds for San Antonio (55-17), which won its seventh straight at home. Tony Parker added 24 points and eight assists and Tiago Splitter had 14 points...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Tim Duncan had 23 points and 14 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs escaped with a 100-99 win over Denver on Wednesday night when Nuggets veteran guard Andre Miller missed a short jumper at the buzzer.
Danny Green added 20 points and Tony Parker had 18 points and 11 assists for the Spurs, who remained 1 games ahead of Oklahoma City in the race for the top spot...
The lawsuit filed by a fan seeking unidentified damages from the San Antonio Spurs for sending home starters Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and Danny Green prior to November’s nationally televised game against the Heat has been voluntarily dismissed.
According to The Miami Herald:
A notice recently filed by attorney Larry McGuinness in Miami-Dade Circuit Court says all...
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