Tim Duncan

#21 PF / San Antonio Spurs / EXP: 18YRS Height: 6-11 Weight: 250 lb Age: 39 College: Wake Forest

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    Spurs' Tim Duncan: Swats three shots in return to lineup Wednesday

    Duncan (knee) scored five points (2-9 FG, 1-1 FT) to go with seven rebounds, five assists, and three blocks over 18 minutes in a 98-96 victory over the Magic on Wednesday. A sore knee had sidelined Duncan since Jan. 22. In his return to the starting five, Duncan was a non-factor offensively but suffered no health setbacks and achieved his highest block total since Dec. 25. Along with teammates Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, Duncan will use the All-Star break to recuperate from nagging injuries.

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    Spurs' Tim Duncan: Will play Wednesday versus Magic

    Duncan (knee) will play Wednesday versus the Magic. Duncan has missed nine straight games with the injury, and there was speculation that he might wait until after the All-Star break to return. Instead, the veteran will return tonight, although the extent to which he'll play is currently unknown. Either way, this return could hurt the playing time of Boris Diaw and David West, Duncan's main replacements while he was injured.

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    Spurs' Tim Duncan: Ruled out vs. Heat

    Duncan (knee) has been ruled out for Tuesday's matchup with the Heat, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports. Duncan was initially considered questionable, but it's unlikely that he ever had much of a chance to take the floor, as Tuesday will now mark his ninth consecutive absence. San Antonio plays in Orlando on a back-to-back Wednesday night, and it would be a surprise if Duncan is active with the extended All-Star break to follow. In the veteran's absence Tuesday, expect David West and Boris Diaw to see some extra run.

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    Spurs' Tim Duncan: Listed as questionable vs. Heat

    Duncan (knee) is officially listed as questionable for Tuesday's matchup with Miami. Earlier Monday, Heat beat writers had reported that Duncan was listed as "out" on the game notes for Tuesday, and while that could certainly end up being the case, the Spurs are listing Duncan as questionable on Monday afternoon's report. It would seemingly make sense for Duncan to sit out with the extended All-Star rest on the horizon, but if San Antonio has proven anything over the past decade-and-a-half, it's to expect the unexpected, especially in a nationally televised game. Look for an update on Duncan's status following shootaround Tuesday morning.

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    Spurs' Tim Duncan: Out against Heat on Tuesday

    Duncan (knee) will be out for Tuesday's game against the Heat, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. This would be the eighth consecutive missed game for Duncan, who is dealing with soreness in his right knee. It is likely that the Spurs are keeping Duncan out until after the All Star break, conservatively, to keep the veteran big man's health in check for a later post season run. David West will most likely continue to fill Duncan's spot until he returns.

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    Spurs' Tim Duncan: Will not return Saturday

    Duncan (knee) will not return to action Saturday versus the Lakers. This will be the seventh consecutive game missed for Duncan. At this point, the Spurs may simply be opting to wait until after the All Star break to bring back their veteran big man, but that is purely speculation. David West will likely continue filling in for Duncan until he returns. He remains day-to-day going forward. The spurs next play Tuesday versus the Heat.

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    Spurs' Tim Duncan: Out for Friday

    Duncan (knee) has been ruled out of Friday's tilt with the Mavericks, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports. Duncan will miss his sixth straight game on Friday as he continues to nurse his right knee. There have been talks that the veteran will sit out until the All-Star break, but the Spurs have yet to release any sort of official timetable for Duncan's injury. David West and Boris Diaw will continue to see increased action in Duncan's absence.

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    Spurs' Tim Duncan: Out for Wednesday

    Duncan (knee) has been ruled out of Wednesday's game against the Pelicans. Duncan will miss his fifth straight game due to soreness in his right knee. The next chance for the 39-year-old to return will be on Friday against the Mavericks. The Spurs do not seem to be in any hurry to get Duncan back on the court and will look for David West to continue to start in his absence.

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    Spurs' Tim Duncan: Out for Monday

    Duncan (knee) has been ruled out of Monday's game against the Magic. Duncan will miss his fourth straight game due to soreness in his right knee. The timetable for Duncan's return remains unclear, but the Spurs do not appear to be in any rush to get the 39-year-old back on the court as they do not want to risk the injury becoming more serious. The Spurs will likely have either Kyle Anderson or David West take over center in Duncan's absence. West got the starting nod in Saturday's loss to the Cavaliers.

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    Spurs' Tim Duncan: Sitting out Saturday vs. Cavs

    Duncan (knee) will sit out Saturday's matchup with the Cavaliers. It will be the third straight absence for Duncan, who missed Monday's blowout loss to Golden State, as well as Wednesday's win over Houston. Initially, it appeared the Spurs may have been up to their old tricks in holding Duncan out of a big game, but coach Gregg Popovich has since insisted that the 39-year-old is dealing with legitimate soreness in his knee. Duncan sitting out a third straight game would seem to back up that claim, and the Spurs will likely go with either Kyle Anderson or David West in his place Saturday. Anderson started Wednesday's game, while West got the nod Monday.

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