An examination of the changes in Tim Duncan's game over the three decades his career spanned.
Big Fun is in the Hall of Fame and I have the small-market blues.
In the mid 2000s, the Spurs pivoted from a one-man show to ensemble, with Duncan remaining dominant while making room for two other All-Stars to produce.
Between 2000 and 2004, there was little Duncan couldn’t (and didn’t) do as the lone Spurs superstar.
The first part of a series examining each phase of Big Fun’s career.
Big Fun majored on fundamentals, but which fundamental he used evolved over his 19-year career.