Tim Duncan, five-time champion, two-time MVP, three-time Finals MVP and 15-time All-Star announced his retirement after a nearly two decades in the NBA.
The San Antonio Spurs announced that Tim Duncan will be joining the coaching staff as an assistant to Gregg Popovich. The two won five titles together over Duncan’s 19-year career. SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta assess whether the Spurs owe their success to the player ...read more
After three seasons away from the NBA, the Spurs announced on Monday that legend and future Hall of Famer Tim Duncan will return to the team as an assistant coach. ...read more
The San Antonio Spurs re-signed forward Tim Duncan Thursday to a two-year deal with a player option for the second season. TNT's David Aldridge reports the first year of the contract is worth $5 million. ...read more
NBA rankings have generated a lot of conversation of late. To that point, ESPN ranked Tim Duncan ahead of Shaquille O'Neal. But which legendary big man was actually better? Well, there's a case for each. I talked to SI's Ben Pickman and "The Fantasy Exec" Corey Parson to get ...read more
On Tuesday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated senior writer Chris Mannix discusses Tim Duncan's clutch performance against the Hawks and if he is the best power forward of all-time. ...read more