Keidel: Spurs Will Continue To ContendThe Thunder rolled over the Spurs, again. But San Antonio's future remains bright, with or without Duncan, Ginobili and Parker.
Duncan Competing Against Thunder & Father TimeSan Antonio forward Tim Duncan turned 40 years old last month, and the basketball world marveled at his accomplishments. He played a significant role in helping the Spurs have their best regular season ever.
Tim Duncan Promises To Be "On The Court"Tim Duncan is returning to San Antonio for a 19th season. He told the San Antonio Express-News that "I'll be on the court next year." Many people expected him to return.
Duncan After Finals: 'I Thought About Calling It A Career'Mark Cuban was hoping Tim Duncan would ride off into the sunset with his 5th ring. According to Duncan, it almost happened.
Report: Duncan Back For Spurs In 2014-15Duncan turned 38 in April and won his fifth championship with the Spurs in June. That led to some speculation that he could retire after 17 seasons in the league.
Spurs Could Stick Around Even Without DuncanDuncan's eventual retirement -- whether it's next week, next summer, or after the next championship -- probably won't end what's been a 15-year run at or near the top for the Spurs.
Duncan Doesn't Think About His LegacySan Antonio's 104-87 win over the Heat in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night gave Tim Duncan his fifth title, all with the Spurs.
5 Under-Appreciated Players In The NBAWho are the most under-appreciated players in the NBA today? HE