Tim Duncan speaks about his Hall of Fame election


San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan will make it to the NBA Hall of Fame.

The Big Fundamental received the big news on Saturday and told Spurs reporters why it was so “special.”

Tim Duncan becomes the third Spurs player in franchise history to be elected to the Hall of Fame, joining David Robinson and George Gervin.

Duncan will soon be joined by the Spurs brothers Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili.

Duncan is undoubtedly the greatest player in the history of the Spurs franchise. In 1392 games with the team, Duncan averaged 19.0 points, 10.8 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.2 blocks while shooting 50.6% on the field. He won five titles, two MVP in the regular season and three MVP in the final.

Timmy is currently an assistant coach in San Antonio. He actually coached a game earlier this 2019-20 season when Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich was absent from the team.

Of course, the Spurs also won the match.

Duncan is arguably the best power striker in NBA history. San Antonio fans have been fortunate to have him in town for his entire Hall of Fame career.

It should be fun to hear Duncan speak when he is inducted. The former superstar doesn’t show it all the time, but he’s actually a pretty funny guy.

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