The Big Fundamental


Tim Duncan is one of the last NBA players to have played when Michael Jordan was still on the Chicago Bulls. With his retirement, the San Antonio Spurs won’t be the same. His legacy comes second to only a handful, and can definitely make a case to be in “the conversation” for THE GREATEST (particularly at his position). 

In his 19 seasons in the NBA, Duncan has never missed the playoffs. He’s won 5 NBA Titles (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2014), 3-time NBA Finals MVP, 2-time league MVP, 15-time all star and is the master at shooting the ball off the glass. He’s definitely a top 10 player of all-time and can make a case for top 5 in my eyes.

Where do you rank Tim Duncan all-time?

How is his legacy compared to Kobe Bryant?

Compared to Shaq?

Will anybody that’s currently in the NBA be able to surpass his greatness at the Power Forward position?

How will you remember Tim Duncan now that his career is over?

JGOOD

8 thoughts on “The Big Fundamental

  1. How you measure Timmy’s greatness comes down to what kind of glory you’re after, especially when comparing him to Kobe. If you care more about success as a team then you’ll glorify Tim’s career a lot more than you would Kobe’s. If you care more about individual success, i think you’ll lean more towards Kobe. Either way he is a 5 time champ and no one will ever be able to take that from him the rest of his life.

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