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Tim Duncan Is Coming Back

Veteran forward Tim Duncan confirmed Thursday that he will return to the San Antonio Spurs for his 19th season. “Finally had a chance to talk with [Spurs coach Gregg Popovich],” Duncan told the San Antonio Express-News on Thursday. “I’ll be on the court next year.” Last season the former two-time Most Valuable Player and three-time NBA Finals MVP 13.9 points, 3.0 assists...
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Tim Duncan: 'I'll be back' for 19th season with Spurs

SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Tim Duncan is returning to San Antonio for a 19th season with the Spurs. Duncan tells the San Antonio Express-News that "I'll be on the court next year." Until Duncan made his announcement Thursday, there was speculation that he could call it a career after the Spurs lost to the Los Angeles Clippers in a thrilling seven-game series in the first round of the playoffs...
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Spurs' Tim Duncan tells paper: 'I'll be back on the court'

SAN ANTONIO (AP) Tim Duncan is returning to San Antonio for a 19th season with the Spurs. Duncan tells the San Antonio Express-News that ''I'll be on the court next year.'' Until Duncan made his announcement Thursday, there was speculation that he could call it a career after the Spurs lost to the Los Angeles Clippers in a thrilling seven-game series in the first round of the playoffs...
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Tim Duncan: 'I'll be back' for 19th season with Spurs

SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Tim Duncan is returning to San Antonio for a 19th season with the Spurs. Duncan tells the San Antonio Express-News that "I'll be on the court next year." Until Duncan made his announcement Thursday, there was speculation that he could call it a career after the Spurs lost to the Los Angeles Clippers in a thrilling seven-game series in the first round of the playoffs...
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Tim Duncan officially returning to Spurs for another season

Tim Duncan on Thursday officially announced that he will be returning to the San Antonio Spurs for another season. The 39-year-old told Kolten Parker of the San Antonio Express-News that his decision to return for a 19th NBA season was solidified when he sat down with Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich on Wednesday. “I’ll be...Read More
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Tim Duncan: I'll Be On the Court Next Year.

The wait is over for fans of the San Antonio Spurs. They finally got word of what the future entails for their longtime superstar, The Big Fundamental, Tim Duncan. Will he come back for another year or will he be calling it a day? Well--as it turns out the man is coming back! After sitting down with Gregg Popovich on Wednesday he told the local press in San Antonio Thursday that...
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Tim Duncan to Return to the Spurs in 2015-16

This can’t be considered too surprising. There might have been talk of Tim Duncan potentially hanging it up after his San Antonio Spurs were eliminated early on during the playoffs, but those talks since gave way to the potential that Duncan and company are looking for at least one more run at the prize. Straight from Tim Duncan: "I'll be on the court next year" … story coming...
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Duncan says he will return to Spurs for 19th season

The San Antonio Spurs are still awaiting word from free-agent power forward LaMarcus Aldridge, but their franchise cornerstone is coming back. Tim Duncan will return for a 19th season, hoping for a shot at a sixth NBA championship. "Finally had a chance to talk with [head coach Gregg Popovich] I'll be on court next year," Duncan told the San Antonio Express-News. Duncan, 39, helped...
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Duncan says he will return to Spurs for 19th season

The San Antonio Spurs are still awaiting word from free-agent power forward LaMarcus Aldridge, but their franchise cornerstone is coming back. Tim Duncan will return for a 19th season, hoping for a shot at a sixth NBA championship. "Finally had a chance to talk with [head coach Gregg Popovich] I'll be on court next year," Duncan told the San Antonio Express-News. The 15-time NBA...
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Tim Duncan is officially coming back next season

What was long expected to happen is finally official: Tim Duncan is returning for the 2015-16 season.The San Antonio Spurs can exhale knowing one of their best and most valuable players will continue to anchor their defense for at least one more season, according to San Antonio Express-News reporter Mike Monroe.Being that Duncan reportedly sat in on LaMarcus Aldridge's recruiting...
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Duncan to re-sign with Spurs, continue playing career

San Antonio Spurs free agent forward Tim Duncan will suit up for a 19th NBA season with the Spurs, as he told Mike Monroe of the San Antonio Express News that he will indeed continue his playing career in the 2015-16 season. Straight from Tim Duncan: “I’ll be on the court next year” … story […]
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Tim Duncan: ‘I’ll be on the court next year’

Soobum Im-USA TODAY SportsTim Duncan is returning for his 19th NBA season. The San Antonio Spurs big man told Spurs Nation that he will be playing next season. Recruiting trip for Aldridge produced for #Spurs: Per Tim Duncan … ‘Finally had a chance to talk with Pop; I’ll be on court next year.’ — Mike Monroe (@Monroe_SA) July 2, 2015 The 39-year-old averaged 13.9 points...
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Tim Duncan Confirms He'll Play In 15-16

Tim Duncan has confirmed he will not retire this season and will continue with his playing career. Duncan is an unrestricted free agent and has been involved in the Spurs' free agent pitches. Duncan and Gregg Popovich had a chance to speak about next season's plans. "Finally had a chance to talk with Pop; I'll be on the court next year," said Duncan.
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Did the San Antonio Spurs Already Win NBA Free Agency?

PORTLAND, OR – APRIL 27: Steve Blake #5 and LaMarcus Aldridge #12 of the Portland Trail Blazers after the win against the Memphis Grizzlies in Game Four of the Western Conference Quarterfinals during the 2015 NBA Playoffs on April 27, 2015 at the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon. (Mandatory credit: Photo by Sam Forencich/NBAE via Getty Images) R.C. Buford, the general manager of...
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Report: Mills was part of Spurs’ meeting with Aldridge

According to Buck Harvey of the San Antonio Express News, Spurs point guard Patty Mills was also part of the Spurs’ free agent meeting with LaMarcus Aldridge Wednesday morning in Los Angeles, along with Gregg Popovich, R.C. Buford, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard. As Harvey notes, Mills being a former teammate of Aldridge […]
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Popovich won't call free agents at midnight, he'll be in bed

When the clock strikes midnight on the East Coast, as the date shifts from Tuesday, June 30, to Wednesday, July 1, madness will commence. The phones of players, agents, coaches and front-office types alike will start ringing with contract offers and sales pitches intended to entice the crop of 2015 free agents. But according to Buck Harvey of the San Antonio Express-News, LaMarcus...
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Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Gregg Popovich will recruit LaMarcus Aldridge to Spurs

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsTim Duncan, Tony Parker and Gregg Popovich will meet with Portland Trail Blazers free agent LaMarcus Aldridge on Wednesday morning in Los Angeles to recruit the big man to the San Antonio Spurs, reports Yahoo Sports. Duncan’s willingness to join in the meeting shows he will likely play one more season.  He and Manu Ginobili are among several...
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Report: Pop, Duncan, Parker will pitch Aldridge on joining the Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs are pulling out all the stops for their free agency meeting with LaMarcus Aldridge. On July 1st, Gregg Popovich, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker will reportedly meet the All-Star forward in Los Angeles to pitch him on joining one of the most successful organizations in professional sports. This obviously signals that Duncan won't be retiring after all, which is...
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Tim Duncan to help Spurs pitch LaMarcus Aldridge

The San Antonio Spurs are prepared to put a full-court recruiting press on soon-to-be free agent LaMarcus Aldridge when the market opens up on Wednesday. According to Yahoo Sports NBA insider Marc Spears, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker are expected to join Gregg Popovich in a meeting with the Portland Blazers star in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Spurs coach Gregg Popovic, forward...
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Popovich, Duncan, Parker To Attend Spurs' Meeting With Aldridge

LaMarcus Aldridge will meet with the San Antonio Spurs on July 1 in Los Angeles. Gregg Popovich, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker will be amongst the Spurs' contingent to meet with Aldridge. Duncan has yet to formally announce his plans for the 15-16 season and is also a free agent. Aldridge is widely expected to leave the Portland Trail Blazers this offseason.
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Report: Spurs think Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili will return in 2016

When the San Antonio Spurs decided to draft and stash their 26th overall pick in Thursday night's draft, it sent a clear message that they have every intention of opening up as much cap space as they can this summer. Why do they want to open up cap space? Well, maybe they need to re-sign Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. This according to ESPN's Marc Stein:"The San Antonio Spurs are...
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Spurs Expect Tim Duncan To Play In 15-16

The San Antonio Spurs expect Tim Duncan to return for the 15-16 season. Duncan and Manu Ginobili have yet to make formal declarations. The Spurs are expected to pursue LaMarcus Aldridge on a max contract while also working with Kawhi Leonard on a new contract. The Spurs are expected to trade away Tiago Splitter to create salary cap flexibility. The futures are less clear for Danny...
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Latest on Duncan, Ginobili, Splitter situations via Stein

In his latest report on the San Antonio Spurs Friday, ESPN.com’s Marc Stein had a number of topics pertaining to the San Antonio Spurs and what their future moves may look like, as the free agency date on July 1 approaches. On Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili, who are both debating whether or not to […]
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Duncan and Spurs could get creative in bringing back the big man

The San Antonio Spurs and Tim Duncan might have a “wink-wink” deal in place to bring the almost 20-year vet back and almost guarantee that Manu Ginobili comes back with him. It’s widely believed that Duncan would only come back if the team is seriously able to compete for another title. If he’s able to […]
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San Antonio Spurs can learn from Jurassic World

After viewing Jurassic World for the third time, there is juxtaposition between the film and the San Antonio Spurs. There is buried theme that both parties share. The Spurs are in the same boat as corporate is behind the scenes in Jurassic World. Both need to come to terms with innovation. The Jurassic theme park could not continue yielding success with revenue and crowd satisfaction...
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