Duncan wants to 'figure life out' before deciding on future
Tim Duncan immediately faced questions about his NBA future Thursday night in the wake of the San Antonio Spurs' elimination by the Oklahoma City Thunder. And like years past, it seems Duncan is prepared to take his time in deciding.
"I'll get to that after I get out of here, and figure life out," Duncan told reporters in the bowels of Chesapeake Energy Arena following the Spurs' 113-99 Game 6 loss.
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Duncan had a solid outing in what might have been his final NBA game, scoring 19 points on 50 percent shooting from the floor with five rebounds. Questions have been raised about his future after the 40-year-old struggled in most playoff games this spring. The future of 38-year-old teammate Manu Ginobili also remains in question.
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