2016 is the year of legends and all-time greats hanging them up. This year has seen Peyton Manning, Kobe Bryant, Calvin Johnson, and soon to be Tony Stewart all call it careers.
We can now add Tim Duncan to that list.
Arguably the greatest power forward to play the game , and surefire first ballot Hall of Famer, announced his retirement after a stellar 19 season career that included 15 All-Star teams, 2 regular season MVP awards, 3 Finals MVP awards, and 5 NBA Championships.
Duncan was voted to the All-NBA first team 10 times, and retires as the Spurs’ all time leader in the following categories:
- Points (26,496)
- Rebounds (15,091)
- Blocks (3,020)
- Games played (1,392)