Tim Duncan RUMORS & NEWS

  • Tim Duncan's former financial advisor gets 4 years in prison for wire fraud

    Sporting News "The man who defrauded Tim Duncan will pay for his dishonest crime. Charles Augustus Banks IV, the former financial advisor of the Spurs legend, was sentenced to four years in prison and ordered to pay $7.5 million in restitution to Duncan during a Wednesday court hearing in San Antonio, the..." June 29

  • Robert Horry: Hakeem Olajuwon was ’20 times better’ than Tim Duncan

    Larry Brown Sports "Hakeem Olajuwon and Tim Duncan are largely interchangeable in most rankings of the greatest big men to ever play the game, but one former player who was teammates with both of them certainly doesn’t think so. Seven-time NBA champion Robert Horry appeared on ESPN’s “The Jump” on Monday and said..." June 06

  • Gregg Popovich on Tim Duncan Practicing with Spurs: 'He Can't Play Dead Anymore'

    Bleacher Report "Down 2-0 in the Western Conference Finals, Gregg Popovich has not lost his sense of humor. Before Saturday's pivotal Game 3 against the Golden State Warriors at AT&T Center, the San Antonio Spurs head coach welcomed retired legend Tim Duncan to practice. The San Antonio Express-News' Jabari..." May 21

  • Could Tim Duncan sign a ‘Romo deal’ with Spurs?

    San Antonio Express-News "Tim Duncan made his playoff debut at the Spurs morning shootaround Monday, working out with the team and cracking jokes with his former teammates. “It’s always good to see Timmy here,” Spurs guard Danny Green said. “You could say he lightened the mood.” Spurs guard Patty Mills agreed with..." April 17

  • Ex-adviser admits defrauding Tim Duncan

    San Antonio Express-News "Tim Duncan’s former financial adviser pleaded guilty Monday to wire fraud for bilking the retired Spurs star in a multi-million dollar investment deal. Charles A. Banks IV, 49, of Atlanta, admitted he bamboozled Duncan into guaranteeing a $6 million loan used as part of an investment in a..." April 04

  • Why Tim Duncan & Gregg Popovich Were the Best Duo Ever

    Complex "One of the best things that ever happened to the San Antonio Spurs was losing 62 games in the 1996-97 season, and finishing with the third worst record in the entire league. While it was undoubtedly tough to stomach in the moment, the team's slow start led GM Gregg Popovich to install himself as..." February 19