The Spurs will retire Tim Duncan's number

The Spurs will retire Tim Duncan's number
16 Nov
2016
Not in Hall of Fame
As you all know we are working on our Top 50 Players from each major North American Team.  This will eventually bleed into a look at how each one of them honors their respective former players/executives with retired numbers, rings of honor, franchise halls of fame etc. 

This brings us to a huge announcement from the San Antonio Spurs, who have decreed that they will be retiring the number #21 of Tim Duncan on December 18.

With all due respect to the “The Admiral”, David Robinson, Tim Duncan is the best player that the Spurs have ever had.  A nineteen year veteran (all with San Antonio), Tim Duncan brought San Antonio to five NBA Championships and would win two NBA MVPs. 

The 1997 #1 Draft Pick out of Wake Forest would make the All NBA First Team ten times and the NBA All Defensive Team eight times.  He should be a lock for the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2021, his first year of eligibility.  This marks the eighth time that the Spurs have retired a number.

We here at Notinhalloffame.com would like to congratulate Tim Duncan for this latest honor and give a shout to the Spurs for doing this immediately…as it should be!
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