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Spurs forward Tim Duncan is reportedly strongly considering retiring after 19 seasons in the NBA.
The greatest power forward in history, Duncan won five NBA Champions, three NBA Finals MVP awards, two NBA MVP awards and went onto set multiple records.
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One of the NBA’s all-time icons – San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan – is leaning strongly toward retirement, a decision that would end an illustrious 19-season NBA career, league sources told The Vertical.
Duncan has left team officials, close associates and friends with a strong belief he’s preparing to make an announcement in the near future on his departure, sources said.
The Spurs have been aggressively pursuing center Pau Gasol in free agency.
Duncan recently elected to exercise the $5.6 million player option on his 2016-17 contract – a payment the Spurs could still make to Duncan regardless of whether he plays or retires.