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    Tim Duncan is a beast

    Putting up 31/18/6/2/5 is easily MVP status and at his age only enhances the pure awesomeness. He's only the third player to post that kind of stat line past the age of 30. He's consistently shown that if given the minutes he can go to beast mode. He will surely be missed when he retires, but we still get a good 2-3 years until that happens. Anyone that's able to talk down about this guy is purely just jealous.

    Would you vote him MVP if he continues to put up numbers, making him a 3 time winner?
    Quote of the playoffs "Penetration always leads to something good"

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    if he put up those numbers every night well yes, but come on now man, Timmy is the greatest PF of all time but that father age guy loses to nobody..

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    No MVP, but that's an amazing stat line regardless of age. He's simply the best pure PF ever.
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    No....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CavsYanksDuke View Post
    No MVP, but that's an amazing stat line regardless of age. He's simply the best pure PF ever.
    I would argue he's not a pure PF, more of a hybrid big man capable of playing both the 4/5 efficiently and effectively, offensively and defensively.

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    One of the better centers of all time.
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    One of my most favorite players of all time.

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    one of the best
    New Jersey Devils/Brooklyn Nets/New York Yankees/New York Jets

    12/7/12 R.I.P Off-topic-forum amigo.

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    Legend

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    He wouldn't get voted MVP, although he should be at the very least in the discussion. The fact that he has done this with the tough schedule they've had is impressive. If he's able to maintain this level of play, I don't see how he's not in the top 10.

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    "Tim Duncan is still a beast" would have been the more appropriate title.

    Amazing year. Pretty remarkable what he's doing.
    [IMG]hi[/IMG]

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    Dude is unbelievable. Enjoy it while you can. Best PF of all time.

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    Popovich played Duncan 40 MINUTES last night - he wanted that win bad! But...FAIL - Nuggies won!

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    Quote Originally Posted by setman2000 View Post
    Popovich played Duncan 40 MINUTES last night - he wanted that win bad! But...FAIL - Nuggies won!
    Of course you want to win, that's the objective every night.

    And he played so many minutes because he didn't play a lot last night, and they don't play again till Friday, so he wanted him to get a good run. Not to mention the fact he was just dominant on both ends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdspurman View Post
    Of course you want to win, that's the objective every night.

    And he played so many minutes because he didn't play a lot last night, and they don't play again till Friday, so he wanted him to get a good run. Not to mention the fact he was just dominant on both ends.
    Not for the Spurs, they would gladly lose a few games to rest their stars, but whenever they play Duncan 40 minutes, you know they want it bad.


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