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Topic - Tim Duncan
Duncan has decided to exercise the option on his contract for 2014-15 and will return next season, a person with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Monday.
An early look at top 20 NBA free agents reveals there may not many that fit with the Wizards - besides Marcin Gortat and Trevor Ariza.
Winners and losers from the championship round and around the NBA.
Duncan's eventual retirement — whether it's next week, next summer, or after the next championship — probably won't end of what's been a 15-year run at or near the top for the San Antonio Spurs. San Antonio appears to be positioned to keep rolling along.
The Spurs finished off a dominant run to their fifth NBA championship, ending the Heat's two-year title reign with a 104-87 victory that wrapped up the series in five games.
The Spurs defeated the Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
A capsule look at the NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat, which begin Thursday night (with playoff stats):
Over the last 10 seasons, only one NBA player has been part of more wins than LeBron James.
San Antonio will host Game 1 on Thursday night and will try to avenge last year's heartbreaking loss. San Antonio led Miami 3-2 before losing Game 6 in overtime, then dropping Game 7.
The San Antonio Spurs are back in the NBA Finals thanks to a 112-107 overtime win over Oklahoma City on Saturday night in Game 6.
From Tony Parker's ankle to potential history for LeBron James and Tim Duncan, we highlight aspects of the desired Spurs-Heat NBA Finals matchup that's nearly one year in the wanting.
The San Antonio Spurs are back in the NBA Finals, beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 112-107 in overtime on Saturday night in Game 6 to set up a rematch with the Miami Heat.
Russell Westbrook was ordinary. Serge Ibaka was ineffective.
The San Antonio Spurs have seen this nightmare before.
San Antonio forced Oklahoma City to make adjustments after blowout wins in Games 1 and 2.
"It really wasn't that bad," Duncan said. "It just scared me more than anything."
"It felt like we played a month ago," Duncan said. "It was just good to get out there and get some of that rust off, kind of get back in the flow of things. Our shooters didn't shoot great, you could see that, but we played well all around the defensive end and we got it done."