(Inspired by Caleb Saenz)
The men wearing the blood-stained white uniforms escaped a dangerous battle that left the marks of 1,000 wounds - none of them fatal. The battalion will continue to march along led by their fearless and battle-tested leader....General Timothy Theodore Duncan. Their work is far from done as the next enemy boasts a young warrior, Lieutenant Lillard, who some believe fights with the disposition of a soldier far beyond his years. Do not worry, though, as General Duncan has conquered the victims of far greater battles; but he still suspends an appropriate fear over his shoulder just as a reminder that he and his squadron are vulnerable.
He's a quiet leader, some say, but his following know he need not say much. He fights not with the intent of force, but with the intelligence of a scholar and the precision of a marksman. His troops know that when the enemy approaches, he'll be ready and they will be willing to spill their blood for him as he would for them. Equipped with only a pair of disheveled sneakers, a timeworn basketball, and a clear conscience...he marches on...followed by those who have fought next to him. It's the quiet ones you should fear most.
Go Spurs Go!