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    Tim Duncan

    Duncan, 2011-2012 sezonu antrenman

    Kişisel bilgileri

    Doğum tarihi 25 Nisan 1976 (46 yaşında)

    Doğum yeri Christiansted, Virgin Adaları

    Boyu 6 ft 11 in (2,11 m)

    Pozisyon Uzun forvet-Pivot

    Lig NBA Numarası 21

    Profesyonellik öncesi

    Lise St. Dunstan's Episcopal High School

    Kolej Wake Forest

    NBA seçmeleri 1997 / Tur: 1 / Sıra: 1.

    San Antonio Spurs tarafından seçildi

    Profesyonel kariyeri

    Yıllar Takım

    1997-2016 San Antonio Spurs

    Başarıları

    5× NBA şampiyonu (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2014)

    3× NBA Finalleri MVP'si (1999, 2003, 2005)

    2× NBA Sezon MVP'si (2002, 2003)

    15× NBA All-Star (1998, 2000-2011, 2013, 2015)

    NBA All-Star Maçı MVP Ödülü (2000)

    10× NBA Yılın En İyi Beşi (1998-2005, 2007, 2013)

    3× NBA Yılın En İyi Beşi İkinci Takımı (2006, 2008, 2009)

    2× NBA Yılın En İyi Beşi Üçüncü Takımı (2010, 2015)

    8× NBA En İyi Savunma Takımı (1999-2003, 2005, 2007, 2008)

    7× NBA En İyi Savunma İkinci Takımı (1998, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2015)

    NBA Yılın Çaylağı (1998)

    NBA En İyi Çaylak Beşi (1998)

    NBA Yılın Takım Arkadaşı (2015)

    21 numaralı forma San Antonio Spurs tarafından emekli edildi

    Madalyalar

     ABD adına

    Olimpiyat Oyunları

    Bronz 2004 Atina Takım müsabakalarıTimothy "Tim" Theodore Duncan (d. 25 Nisan 1976)[1], Virgin Adaları kökenli Amerikalı eski profesyonel basketbolcudur. 2.11 boyunda 113 kg ağırlığındaki oyuncu. Pivot/uzun forvet mevkilerinde görev almaktadır. Kariyerinde toplam 5 kez NBA Şampiyonluğu, 2 kez NBA MVP, 3 kez NBA Finalleri MVP ve NBA Yılın Çaylağı Ödülü başarılarını elde etmiştir. Ayrıca kariyerinde 15 kez NBA All-Star kadrosuna alınmasının yanında [2] üst üste 13 sezon NBA En İyi Savunma Takımı ve NBA En İyi Beşi'ne seçilmeyi başaran tarihteki tek oyuncudur. Başarılarından dolayı NBA tarihinin en önemli basketbolcularından biri olarak kabul edilir.[3]

    Spora yüzme ile başlayan Duncan Hugo Kasırgası'ndan sonra okuduğu lise olan St Dunstan Piskoposluk Lisesinde 9. sınıfta basketbol oynamaya başladı. Üniversiteye Wake Forest Üniversitesinde okuyarak başlayan oyuncu kolejdeki basketbl kariyerinin son sezonunda gösterdiği performansla Naismith Yılın Kolej Oyuncusu ve USBWA Yılın Kolej Oyuncusu ödüllerini elde etmeyi başardı. Duncan harika geçen bir kolej kariyerinden sonra 1997 NBA Seçmeleri'nde San Antonio Spurs takımı tarafından 1. sıradan seçildi. Oynadığı dönemde Spurs'la 1999, 2003, 2005, 2007 ve 2014 yıllarında toplam 5 kez NBA şampiyonluğu yaşayan Duncan takımının lideri olmuştur. Ayrıca NBA tarihinin en büyük oyuncularından birisi olarak kabul edilmiştir. 11 Temmuz 2016 tarihinde emekli olduğu açıklanmıştır. 18 Aralık 2016 tarihinde düzenlenen bir törenle 21 numaralı forması emekliye ayrılmıştır.

    İçindekiler

    1 Kariyeri

    2 NBA istatistikleri

    2.1 Normal Sezon 2.2 Playofflar 3 Dış bağlantılar 4 Kaynakça

    Kariyeri[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    Basketboldan önce yüzme sporuyla uğraşan Duncan, ABD'ye gelerek Wake Forest Üniversitesi'nde kolej kariyerine başlamıştır. Son senesinde yılın en değerli oyuncusu ve John Wooden ödülünü almıştır. 1997 NBA draftında San Antonio Spurs tarafından 1.tur 1.sıradan draft edilmiştir. Profesyonel kariyerinde ilk NBA şampiyonluğunu 1999 yılında Spurs formasıyla kazanmıştır. Duncan, ayrıca 2003, 2005, 2007 ve 2014 yıllarında da yine Spurs formasıyla şampiyonluk yaşamıştır. 2 kez üst üste normal sezonun en değerli oyuncusu (MVP) seçilmiştir. 15 kez NBA All-Star maçında yer almış, 15 kez ise All-NBA ve 15 kez de yılın en iyi savunma beşlerine seçilmiştir. Duncan, birçok basketbol otoritesine göre NBA'in en iyi savunma oyuncuları arasında gösterilir. 2012-2013 sezonu öncesi 36 yaşındayken, San Antonio Spurs ile biten sözleşmesini 3 yıl daha uzatarak kariyerine yine Spurs formasıyla devam kararı almıştır. 2012 sezonunda All-Star'a seçilmemesi birçok otoritenin dikkatini çekmiştir. 2012-2013 sezonunda ise All-Star 2013'e takım arkadaşı Tony Parker ile birlikte seçilmiştir. NBA Playoff'larda en çok süre alan, en çok double-double yapan oyuncu, en çok blok vuran oyuncu, en çok savunma ribaundu alan oyuncu, en çok ribaund alan 3. oyuncu, en çok sayı atan 5. oyuncu, Manu Ginobili ve Tony Parker ile NBA Playoff tarihinin en çok maç kazanan üçlüsüdür.

    Tim Duncan, 11 Temmuz 2016 tarihinde yaptığı açıklamada basketbol kariyerini sona erdirdiğini ve NBA'den emekli olduğunu açıklamıştır.[4]

    NBA istatistikleri[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    Lejant

    OM Oynadığı maç   BM  İlk 5 başlama  MBD  Maç baş. dk

    A%  Atış yüz.  3S%  3 sayı yüz.  SA%  Serbest atış yüz.

    MBR  Maç baş. rib.  MBA  Maç baş. asist  MBTÇ  Maç baş. top çal.

    MBB  Maç baş. blok  MBS  Maç baş. sayı  Kalın yazılar  Kariyer rekoru

    †  NBA şampiyonluğu yaşadı

    Normal Sezon[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    Yıl Takım OM BM MBD A% 3S% SA% MBR MBA MBTÇ MBB MBS

    1997-98 San Antonio 82 82 39.1 .549 .000 .662 11.9 2.7 .7 2.5 21.1

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    Tim Duncan

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    Tim Duncan

    Duncan with the San Antonio Spurs in 2011

    Personal information

    Born April 25, 1976 (age 46)

    Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands

    Nationality American

    Listed height 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)

    Listed weight 250 lb (113 kg)

    Career information

    High school St. Dunstan's Episcopal

    (Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands)

    College Wake Forest (1993–1997)

    NBA draft 1997 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall

    Selected by the San Antonio Spurs

    Playing career 1997–2016

    Position Power forward / Center

    Number 21

    Coaching career 2019–2020

    Career history As player:

    1997–2016 San Antonio Spurs

    As coach:

    2019–2020 San Antonio Spurs (assistant)

    Career highlights and awards

    5× NBA champion (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2014)

    3× NBA Finals MVP (1999, 2003, 2005)

    2× NBA Most Valuable Player (2002, 2003)

    15× NBA All-Star (1998, 2000–2011, 2013, 2015)

    NBA All-Star Game MVP (2000)

    10× All-NBA First Team (1998–2005, 2007, 2013)

    3× All-NBA Second Team (2006, 2008, 2009)

    2× All-NBA Third Team (2010, 2015)

    8× NBA All-Defensive First Team (1999–2003, 2005, 2007, 2008)

    7× NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1998, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2015)

    NBA Rookie of the Year (1998)

    NBA All-Rookie First Team (1998)

    NBA Teammate of the Year (2015)

    No. 21 retired by San Antonio Spurs

    USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year (2003)

    Sportsman of the Year (2003)

    IBM Award (2002)

    NBA 75th Anniversary Team

    Consensus National College Player of the Year (1997)

    2× Consensus first-team All-American (1996, 1997)

    Chip Hilton Player of the Year (1997)

    NCAA rebounding leader (1997)

    3× NABC Defensive Player of the Year (1995–1997)

    2× ACC Player of the Year (1996, 1997)

    3× First-team All-ACC (1995–1997)

    No. 21 retired by Wake Forest Demon Deacons

    Career statistics

    Points 26,496 (19.0 ppg)

    Rebounds 15,091 (10.8 rpg)

    Assists 4,225 (3.0 apg)

    Stats  at NBA.com

    Stats  at Basketball-Reference.com

    Basketball Hall of Fame as player

    College Basketball Hall of Fame

    Inducted in 2017 hide Medals Men's basketball

    Representing the  United States

    Olympic Games 2004 Athens Team

    FIBA Americas Championship

    1999 San Juan Team 2003 San Juan Team Goodwill Games

    1994 St. Petersburg Team

    Summer Universiade 1995 Fukuoka Team

    Timothy Theodore Duncan (born April 25, 1976)[1] is an American former professional basketball player and coach. Nicknamed "the Big Fundamental", he is widely regarded as the greatest power forward of all time and one of the greatest players in NBA history.[2][3][4] He spent his entire 19-year playing career with the San Antonio Spurs. He was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2020 and named to the NBA 75th Anniversary Team in 2021.

    Duncan started out as an aspiring swimmer and only began playing basketball in ninth grade, when Hurricane Hugo destroyed the only available Olympic-sized pool in his homeland of Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. In high school, he played basketball for St. Dunstan's Episcopal. In college, Duncan played for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, and in his senior year, he received the John Wooden Award and was named the Naismith College Player of the Year and the USBWA College Player of the Year.

    After graduating from college, Duncan was the NBA Rookie of the Year after being selected by San Antonio with the first overall pick in the 1997 NBA draft. He primarily played the power forward position and also played center throughout his career. He is a five-time NBA champion, a two-time NBA MVP, a three-time NBA Finals MVP, a 15-time NBA All-Star,[5] and the only player to be selected to both the All-NBA and All-Defensive Teams for 13 consecutive seasons.[6]

    Off the court, Duncan created the Tim Duncan Foundation to raise health awareness and fund education and youth sports programs.

    Contents

    1 Early life 2 College career

    3 Professional career

    3.1 San Antonio Spurs (1997–2016)

    3.1.1 "Twin Towers" (1997–2003)

    3.1.2 Leader of the Spurs (2003–2007)

    3.1.3 Playoff disappointments (2007–2013)

    3.1.4 Fifth championship (2013–2014)

    3.1.5 Late career (2014–2016)

    4 National team career

    5 Player profile 5.1 Honors 6 Coaching career

    6.1 San Antonio Spurs (2019–2020)

    7 Career statistics 7.1 NBA

    7.1.1 Regular season

    7.1.2 Playoffs 7.2 College 8 Business ventures 9 Personal life 10 See also 11 References 12 Further reading 13 External links

    Early life[edit]

    Tim Duncan was born and raised in Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. He is the son of Ione, a professional midwife, and William Duncan, a mason. He has two older sisters, Cheryl and Tricia, and an older brother, Scott, who became a film director and cinematographer.[7] Cheryl was a champion swimmer before she became a nurse, and Tricia swam for the U.S. Virgin Islands at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.[8]

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

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    Tim Duncan, in full Timothy Theodore Duncan, (born April 25, 1976, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands), American collegiate and professional basketball player who led the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA) to five championships (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, and 2014). In his youth, Duncan excelled in freestyle swimming and had hopes of participating in the Olympics after seeing his older sister, Tricia, compete as a member of the Virgin Islands swim team in 1988. The following year, however, Hurricane Hugo destroyed most of the island’s swimming pools, and Duncan was left unable to train. He began playing

    Kevin Durant

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    Kevin Durant, in full Kevin Wayne Durant, (born September 29, 1988, Washington, D.C., U.S.), American professional basketball player who won the 2013–14 National Basketball Association (NBA) Most Valuable Player (MVP) award and established himself as one of the best players of his generation while only in his early 20s.

    Durant was a basketball prodigy as a youth, becoming one of the best prospects in the thriving Washington, D.C.-area basketball scene by his early years in high school and an All-American in his senior season. He attended the University of Texas, where as a freshman he led the Big 12 Conference in scoring average (25.8 points per game), rebounding average (11.1 rebounds per game), and blocked shots (67). He was also a first-team All-American and the first freshman to earn consensus national College Player of the Year honours. He elected to end his college career after just one season and was selected by the Seattle SuperSonics with the second overall pick of the 2007 NBA draft.

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    Durant was the lone bright spot in Seattle during his rookie campaign, as the team’s new owners demanded a publicly funded arena that the city refused to finance, and the team’s threat to relocate to another city kept fans away in droves. Durant averaged 20.3 points per game that season and was the runaway winner of the NBA Rookie of the Year award. His dynamic play could not heal the rift between the team and the city, however, and at season’s end the Sonics moved to Oklahoma City and became the Thunder. The relocation had no noticeable effect on Durant as he increased his scoring, rebounding, assists, and steals averages in his second season. He began a streak of five straight All-Star Game appearances and first-team All-NBA honours during the 2009–10 season, when he also led the Thunder to the franchise’s first playoff appearance in its new home. In 2011–12 the Thunder—behind Durant’s 28.5 points per game in the postseason—advanced to the NBA finals, where the team lost to the Miami Heat in a five-game series.

    The 6-foot 9-inch (2.06-metre) forward proved to be an increasingly difficult matchup as he honed his outside game—Durant could shoot over or run past plodding post defenders and tower over smaller guards. Beginning with the 2009–10 season, the dynamic Durant led the NBA in total points for five straight seasons and in scoring average four times (he finished second in 2012–13). In his dominant 2013–14 MVP season, he set career highs of 32 points and 5.5 assists per game (along with 7.4 rebounds per contest). The following season saw Durant play in just 27 games because of a fracture in his right foot and a troubled recovery process. He returned to form in 2015–16, averaging 28.2 points per game and a career-high 8.2 rebounds per contest that season. In the playoffs, Durant led the Thunder to a 3–1 series lead in the conference finals over the Golden State Warriors, who had set an NBA record during the regular season by amassing 73 victories, but Oklahoma City ultimately lost the series in seven games. During the following off-season, Durant shocked the NBA by leaving the Thunder in free agency to sign with the Warriors.

    In 2016–17, playing on the most talent-laden team of his career, Durant continued to thrive with the Warriors, scoring 25.1 points per game while helping Golden State post the most wins in the league (67). The Warriors then set an NBA record by opening the postseason with 12 straight victories en route to a Western Conference title. The team’s dominance continued in the NBA finals, as the Warriors lost just one game to the Cleveland Cavaliers en route to capturing the league championship. Durant averaged 35.2 points per game in the finals and was named finals MVP for his performance.

    Durant averaged 26.4 points and a career-high 1.8 blocks per game during the 2017–18 regular season. He once again excelled in the playoffs, leading the Warriors to another NBA title with a sweep of the Cavaliers. His stellar play in the finals—he averaged 28.7 points per game—earned Durant his second finals MVP award.

    Durant had another dominant regular season in 2018–19, averaging 26 points per game and earning his 10th consecutive All-Star honours. He strained his calf during the Western Conference semifinals, but the Warriors managed to advance to the NBA finals without him. Golden State went down 3–1 to the Toronto Raptors in the series before Durant returned to attempt to rally his team to victory. In the second quarter of his first game back, he suffered a devastating tear to the Achilles tendon in the same leg of his previous calf strain, an injury that threatened to keep Durant off the court for a calendar year. (The Warriors ultimately lost the finals in six games.)

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