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Tim Duncan

The stoic look on Tim Duncan’s face was never enough to mask his singular commitment to the goal of winning. The Big Fundamental, so aptly named, was just that: a steady, no-nonsense power forward whose trademark bank shot made it look like he was playing the game in slow motion from some other era. The perennial All-Star and two-time NBA Most Valuable Player spent his entire career with the San Antonio Spurs, where in only his second season he won the first of five NBA championships. Duncan was named Finals MVP that year leading his team in both scoring and rebounding. Duncan repeated the feat in 2003 and again in 2005. Duncan earned All-NBA First Team honors ten times in his career, and added eight slots on the All-Defensive First Team. A four-year player at Wake Forest, Duncan won the Naismith Award, Rupp Trophy, and Wooden Award his senior season and was a four-time NABC Defensive Player of the Year.

 

Enshrined

2020

Born

April 25, 1976 St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands

College

Wake Forest

Professional Career

San Antonio Spurs

Career Stats

2x NBA LEAGUE MVP
3x NBA FINALS MVP
10x ALL-NBA FIRST TEAM
15x NBA ALL-STAR SELECTION
1998 NBA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
5x NBA CHAMPION WITH THE
SAN ANTONIO SPURS