On days when Tim is not playing basketball, he enjoys going out for a leisurely ride in his 1997 Honda Accord. He shops at Sears, likes to eat saltine crackers, and often goes on bike rides with friends from his middle class neighborhood. He plays golf in the offseason with his father. Tim would not comment on the latest National Enquirer article alleging that he once made facial expressions in the mirror while shaving and smiled in his 7th grade yearbook photo.
by The Real Izzy January 21, 2005
Simply the best Power Forward to ever play in the NBA. He has Averaged over 20 points every season since a rookie,except for his 05-06 which was his career low. Nobody in the NBA is better at using the backboard to sink his jumpshots and he is probobly the most consistent player at the moment. Retired NBA star Charles Barkly calls tim "Groundhog Day" because of Duncans consistently good games, while arguably the most dominent center to ever play, Shaquille O'Neil, calls Duncan "The Big Fundamentle" for his great all round game.
by Sam Waldren May 13, 2006
As soon as Tim Duncan fully recovers from his foot injury, he'll once again have us yawning in sheer amazement.
by Steelo J. April 01, 2006
by Brad January 29, 2004
by Anonymous August 14, 2003
To be the most consistent basketball player to ever play the game. To dominate boths ends of the court. To achieve stats without effort.
by Ryan May 31, 2004
The best basketball player in this generation; the most excellent basketball player in the world, following the retirement of Michael Jordan; Winner of three more championships than Kevin Garnett, Jermaine O'Neal, Allen Iverson, Amare Stoudemire, and Vince Cater combined.
Wow! People sure do criticize Tim Duncan a lot! With all those criticisms, one would think that whichever player is offered as a better ballplayer than Duncan (i.e. Garnett, O'Neal, Iverson, Stoudemire, Carter) would have won at least ONE championship! But they haven't, because none of them are Tim Duncan.
by BombSquad October 25, 2005