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Stephen Jackson takes his music as seriously as his NBA career. In fact, if the highly-entertaining interview he gave recently is any indication he probably cares about rapping more than playing basketball. That’s why he had no problem flat-out denying Tim Duncan when Duncan asked if he could rap on his new album. “I asked him if I could rap a little on his album, and he told me no, straight out,” Duncan said according to Spurs Nation. “I was very offended. He’s never even heard me rap. He doesn’t know what I could do.” Jackson and Duncan are teammates now, yet Jackson allowed Kevin Durant of the Western Conference rival Thunder to appear on a track. Clearly this is simply about music, and S-Jax is not willing to find out if Duncan has what it takes to earn respect in the rap game. I’m not going to lie, I can’t imagine Timmy would be a good rapper either. That being said, wouldn’t you at least make an exception for a teammate? Apparently Jackson swears off jump shots in the offseaso...
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Stephen Jackson's new mixtape features a few NBA players, such as LeBron and Kevin Durant, but one player who wasn't allowed to make a cameo was Jackson's teammate.
In the coming weeks, San Antonio forward Stephen Jackson is expected to drop his new rap album called, "Jack of All Trades".The album will feature S-Jax and famous rappers, The Game and Jim Jones. What the album won't contain is any rapping from Spurs big man, Tim Duncan.According to the Twitter feed of Jeff McDonald with the San-Antonio Express News, Duncan seemed...
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Who says 36-year old Tim Duncan can't get it done on the hardwood anymore? Duncan posterized Oklahoma City's Serge Ibaka during the second quarter of the Spurs-Thunder game on Thursday night. Duncan has provided many jams such as this over the course of his career and he doesn't look like he's going to be closing up shop anytime soon either.
San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan threw down a one-handed poster dunk over Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka in the second quarter of Thursday night's NBA game at the AT&T Center.
Duncan led the Spurs with 20 points and 8 rebounds to lead them to a 86-84 win over the Thunder.
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Some would say that Tim Duncan was never a theatrical Wham-Bam-Thank-You-Maam dunker, but the advanced aged San Antionio Spurs star shows younger Oklahoma City Thunder player, Serge Ibaka, that he still has moves on Thursday night.The post Tim Duncan Dunks On Serge Ibaka (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Last night San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan grabbed eight rebounds in a 86-84 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. With those eight boards, Duncan passed Charles Barkley on the NBA's career rebounding list.
Barkley finished his career with 12,546 boards and Duncan now has 12,552 boards moving TD into 17th place. In 16th place is Bob Pettit with 12,849 rebounds. TD will need...
In my interview with Spurs Stephen Jackson, he mentioned that he and Thunder star Kevin Durant had collaborated on a song for his new album, “Jack of All Trades.” The song is called “Lonely at the top,” take a listen and if you are so inclined to add it to your music library, it’s [...]
NEW ORLEANS – If Tim Duncan is the gold standard by which all other NBA power forwards are measured, the San Antonio Spurs' future Hall of Famer gushed over what he saw across the court Wednesday night in New Orleans Hornets' rookie Anthony Davis, the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft. Duncan scored 24 points, including nine of San Antonio's final 12 points, and grabbed...
It’s not often that I have to check a roster to figure out exactly who was involved in a Poster of the Day. It’s not often that I have to check a roster for any reason, really. That being said, I must admit… I had no idea who Hornet #8 was when I first watched the following video.
Ah yes, Roger Mason! Remember that season he spent with the Spurs, the one where he hit...
Since there was only one game on the NBA schedule yesterday, the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs featured our dunk of the night.
Watch as San Antonio forward Tim Duncan lowers the boom on Thunder forward Serge Ibaka:
In addition to Tony Parker hitting that buzzer beater on Thursday night to lift the Spurs over the Thunder, Tim Duncan reminded you why he is still one of the best power forwards in basketball. Duncan may be a 15-year NBA vet but he can still get up. Check out his dunk on Serge [...]
Molding themselves after the Spurs has worked out well for the Thunder. Small markets. Committed and largely hands-off owners. Humble yet dominant superstars.
Yet, Oklahoma City took a turn on the road to being San Antonio.
OKC opens its season Thursday night in the Alamo City in a rematch of the most recent Western Conference finals, and judging by the Lakers' opener, and...
The San Antonio Spurs (1-0) will face the Oklahoma City Thunder (0-0) tonight in San Antonio for the Spurs home-opener. The Spurs are coming off a narrow 99-95 win over New Orleans last night thanks to huge efforts from Tim Duncan and Tony Parker.
But tonight's game will be a rematch of last season's Western Conference Finals where the Thunder rattled off four games in...
The San Antonio Spurs won a nail-biter against the Oklahoma City Thunder last night 86-84 thanks to a game-winning shot by Tony Parker.
The entire game was filled with many highlight-worthy plays but none were bigger than Tim Duncan smashing one down on shot-blocker extraordinaire Thunder's Serge Ibaka, blocking scoring machine Kevin Durant and Parker's game winner...