San Antonion Spurs power forward Tim Duncan announced Monday that he is retiring after spending all 19 of his seasons with the team. A five-time NBA championship winner, Duncan, 40, won the Most Valuable Player award twice in his career and the Finals MVP award three times. The Spurs had a .710 winning percentage during Duncan’s tenure—the best 19-year stretch in NBA history and better than any NFL, NHL, and MLB team over the last 19 years.
Tim Duncan retires as all-time Spurs leader in:
· Points: 26,496
· Rebounds: 15,091
· Blocks: 3,020
· Games: 1,392 pic.twitter.com/kaFHcvs0C4
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