Review Category : Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan from the San Antonio Spurs finished Game 1 of the 2014 NBA Finals with 21 points and 10 rebounds while shooting 9-10 from the floor. Only three men in the history of the game have had 20+ points, 10+ rebounds and a field-goal percentage of 90 or higher in the NBA postseason. Those three men are Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain and now, Tim Duncan. The Big Fundamental is on his way to potentially winning his fifth NBA championship. After losing to the Miami Heat in the 2013 NBA Finals, Duncan is like a fine wine. He’s really bounced back and some can even say that he has become better in recent years. He’s 38 years old and he’s one of the oldest players in the league, yet he’s still able to impact the game on a big level. His determination to win another ring is something to appreciate. ...

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Here’s an amazing pass in Game 1 of the 2013 NBA Finals: Manu Ginobili continues to impress us with his craftiness. We know that Tony Parker and Tim Duncan garner all the attention on the San Antonio Spurs. But Manu Ginobili is the X-Factor for this veteran team. He’s silent and deadly. His clutch plays prove to us that he’s an integral part of Coach Popovich’s rotational set up in the playoffs. Here is something he did in Game 4 of the 2013 Western Conference Finals against the Memphis Grizzlies: The Argentinian has established himself as a reliable and versatile back court threat. It’s exciting to watch his up-tempo and aggressive style of play. ...

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Here is my starting lineup for the Miami Heat Center: Chris Bosh Power Forward: Rashard Lewis Small Forward: Lebron James Shooting Guard: Ray Allen Point Guard: Dwyane Wade Sixth man: Mike Miller Bench: Juwan Howard, Chris Andersen, Shane Battier, Udonis Haslem, Mario Chalmers, and Norris Cole Here is my starting lineup for the San Antonio Spurs: Center: Tim Duncan Power Forward: Boris Diaw Small Forward: Tracy Mcgrady Shooting Guard: Manu Ginobili Point Guard: Tony Parker Sixth Man: Kawhi Leonard Bench: Danny Green, Tiago Splitter, Matt Bonner, and Gary Neal The Front Court: The Frontcourt is interesting. Surprisingly the closest matchup in terms of talent is that the SF position with Tracy Mcgrady vs. Lebron James. In his prime at Orlando, Tmac was arguably as good as Lebron is right now. (Averaging 32, 6 and 6 with a PER of 30.2).Despite never getting out of the first round Mcgrady actually played ...

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