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David Robinson turns 49 today.
After Tim Duncan won his fifth NBA Championship earlier this month, many felt the 14-time all-star, two-time MVP and three-time Finals MVP could possibly call it quits.
On tonight's 'Late Show,' Tim Duncan tells David Letterman that he still has another good year in him, much to Spurs fans' delight.
The 2013-2014 NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs made you believe.
The San Antonio Spurs are your 2014 NBA Champions, so check out commissioner Adam Silver performing his first championship ceremony as he hands over the Larry O'Brien Trophy to Spurs owner Peter Holt, general manager R.
Sunday was Father's Day, not to mention the day the Spurs captured the 2014 NBA Finals.
It got a little dusty after Game 5 finally ended with the Spurs winning in a third straight blowout over the Heat, 107-87.
The 38-year-old leader of a Spurs team that's one win away from five titles spread over three different decades reached a pair of significant playoff milestones during San Antonio's dominating 107-86 win in Game 4 Thursday night.
The marquee names of the epic 2014 NBA Finals are LeBron James, Tim Duncan, Dwyane Wade, Tony Parker, Chris Bosh, and Manu Ginobili.
We all know Tim Duncan is an all-time great, but to truly show just how amazing he’s been over the course of his illustrious 17-year career, ABC displayed a ridiculous statistic during Game 2 on Sunday night.
Tim Duncan punched in a classic Duncan performance in Game 2 of the NBA Finals despite falling to the Heat 98-96.
With his team mounting a long first-half comeback from 11 points down, Chris Bosh turned back the clock for an exclamation point.
Over halfway through the first quarter of Game 2 of the NBA Finals, LeBron James was scoreless.
The 2014 NBA Finals finally tipped off on Thursday between the San Antonio Spurs and the visiting Miami Heat.
Join us tomorrow night for the festivities.