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View Poll Results: Where do you rank Duncan all time?

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  • 4th

    9 26.47%
  • 5th

    13 38.24%
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  • 7th

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  1. #1
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    Tim Duncan's legacy

    Where's it at now? Most of claimed that he's been the best PF of all time for a while now, but is he now a top 5 player of all time after this?

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    #1.) MJ
    #2.) KAJ
    #3.) Magic
    #4.) Tim Duncan

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    Isn't there a thread on this already? Could be wrong.


    Free As Seagull.

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    I voted 5th but yea, only 3 players that are for sure better than him are Jordan, Kareem and Magic. I'd say 4th.

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    just behind the Three unsurmountable guys Magic, Jordan and Kareem.

    He is 4th right now for me over Bird , wilt, Robertson, Russell.

    definetly ahead of the Kobes, Lebrons, shaqs, hakeems.
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    I had him in that 5-8 range since last finals.

    1. Jordan
    2. Kareem
    3. Johnson
    4. Duncan
    5. Wilt
    6. Shaq
    7. Lebron
    8. Kobe
    9. Bird
    10. Hakeem

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    This finals win, IMO, eliminates any chance for LeBron to surpass him in terms of impact of a team.
    Duncan did it early in his career, during his prime, and during his twilight.
    LeBron is already an alltime great but 5 rings for Duncan (including 2 against LeBron) has Timmy embedded above him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnicksorBust View Post
    #1.) MJ
    #2.) KAJ
    #3.) Magic
    #4.) Tim Duncan
    Yup, that's how I have it now. Swap Magic for KAJ though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raps08-09 Champ View Post
    I had him in that 5-8 range since last finals.

    1. Jordan
    2. Kareem
    3. Johnson
    4. Duncan
    5. Wilt
    6. Shaq
    7. Lebron
    8. Kobe
    9. Bird
    10. Hakeem
    I agree with your list except for having Lebron in the top ten already.

    1. Jordan
    2. Magic
    3. Kareem
    4. Duncan
    5. Wilt
    6. Shaq
    7. Kobe
    8. Bird
    9. Hakeem
    10. Russell

    Lebron is somewhere between 11-15 IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers + Giants View Post
    I voted 5th but yea, only 3 players that are for sure better than him are Jordan, Kareem and Magic. I'd say 4th.
    Agreed.

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    I voted fifth by mistake. I meant to pick fourth.

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    Duncan is in the top 5 for me.

    This pretty much ends the debate between who's better with Kobe and Duncan. I have him at around 4.


    On Russel Westbrook's Chances at Defensive Player of the Year:

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    I think he has a good case. He's the only guy who can hold Durant to under 30 points a game.


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    Quote Originally Posted by amos1er View Post
    I agree with your list except for having Lebron in the top ten already.

    1. Jordan
    2. Magic
    3. Kareem
    4. Duncan
    5. Wilt
    6. Shaq
    7. Kobe
    8. Bird
    9. Hakeem
    10. Russell

    Lebron is somewhere between 11-15 IMO.
    Talent wise, he's pretty much top 5. Accolade wise, he's not as strong as the rest (outside of Hakeem).

    Either way, Lebron will be top 5 when he retires. I have him going 5 MVP, 4 titles, 3 finals lost, 4 FMVP.

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    Weird to see how much just 2 years have done to change peiple's opinions this much in this forum. IIRC, he was ranked 9th in the top 50 we did here a couple years back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amos1er View Post
    I agree with your list except for having Lebron in the top ten already.

    1. Jordan
    2. Magic
    3. Kareem
    4. Duncan
    5. Wilt
    6. Shaq
    7. Kobe
    8. Bird
    9. Hakeem
    10. Russell

    Lebron is somewhere between 11-15 IMO.
    Good List. I might swap Hakeem/Wilt and possibly Shaq and Kobe, but that's me. I do think LBJ is going to jump a lot of players on this list, but that'll be later lol


    On Russel Westbrook's Chances at Defensive Player of the Year:

    Quote Originally Posted by Money_23 View Post
    I think he has a good case. He's the only guy who can hold Durant to under 30 points a game.


    Quote Originally Posted by P&GRealist View Post
    Sometimes, perception isn't reality.

    But Tittays are forever.

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