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Tim Duncan's best post-ups Part 2

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In the 17th installment of the "best of" series we'll look at The Big Fundamental do work in the post.

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If you missed Part 1 you can find it here.

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The Spurs opened the second leg of their Rodeo Road Trip at the Clippers. Tim came out hungry, putting up 19 points, 13 boards and 7 assists. The Spurs were short handed, missing Kawhi and Tony Parker, and Tim steadied the offense, often going at DeAndre Jordan. Tim ended up 4-8 against DJ for the game and the Spurs got a little help from Patty Mills in the second half to get a nice win at the Staples Center.

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A couple of months earlier he used a couple of fakes to get DJ into the air before gently scoring off the glass. Nice moves.

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And Tim faking Kris Humphries into the air and getting his jumper to fall.

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Tim goes to work against Greg Monroe, Rodney Stuckey brings help and pokes the ball away from Timmy, but Duncan regains control of the ball and gets a tough leaner to drop.

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Duncan gets the best of Kevin Seraphin on this possession with a little hesitation before going under Seraphin's arm to get the score.

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Ajinca in on receiving end of Timmy's face-up banker.

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Stay tuned for the next installment and here are links to the previous entries if you missed them the first time around.

Best of Cory Joseph.

Best of Aron Baynes.

Boris Diaw's best playoff passes.

Best of Matt Bonner.

Manu's best playoff assists.

Tony Parker's best scoring plays vs. Dallas and Portland.







Tim Duncan's best playoff scores. Here is Part 2.

Tiago Splitter's best assists. Here is Part 2.

Jeff Ayres' best scores of the season.

Marco Belinelli's best cuts of the season. Part 2 is here.