4. Tim Duncan (40)
Duncan had another poor shooting week this week (45% from the field), but again made up for it with solid numbers in everything else, especially +/- (highest on the team). He averaged a double-double, with 10 points and 10.5 rebounds, and threw in 3.3 assists and 1.8 blocks for good measure.
He also played great D (again), although Al Jefferson was a bit of a problem for the Spurs as a whole. Given that Big Al is probably the best post scorer in the league right now, that is excusable for the old man.
Duncan played 30 minutes per game this week, which, incredibly, is above his season average. This is the point in the season where I expect Pop to give Timmy as much rest as possible, to keep him fresh for the playoffs, so we might not be seeing him in these rankings for a while now.