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Tim Duncan, 14-time NBA All Star, three-time Finals MVP, two-time league MVP, is no doubt talented at basketball.
But who knew the Spurs star had the ability to photobomb someone who isn't even in the same building as him?
Duncan appears to have a reassuring hand on the shoulder of a fan donning his jersey while whispering sweet nothings into the man's ear for the illusion, but in reality he is off playing at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, completely unaware of what his image on television is being used for.
Was this a fortunate mistake? Or did this Spurs fan (and disappointed Lakers fan) merely create the moment with the power of DVR? Either way it may have happened, this particular long-distance photobombing is a work of art.
So, move over LeBron James. Move over Nick Saban.
Because, at least for now, Tim Duncan is the King of Photobombing- whether he likes it or not.
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The Spurs fan who distracted home viewers with all her screaming during Game 1 may have been identified. Is this the woman in question?
Leave it to Isaac to find (and hear) a screaming lady at the end of the San Antonio Spurs game last night.
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