Tim Duncan Gives an Unrequired Interview on the Daily Dose!
On today’s edition of the daily dose we have some Tim Duncan for you, a little Kawhi Leonard, and much more! Let’s get it started shall we?
Our first piece we have for you is from a radio interview Tim Duncan gave yesterday with ESPN San Antonio’s 1250 AM. In the interview, Tim Duncan talked about a lot of different thing but one that stood out was his take on the Atlanta Hawks’ Danny Ferry situation.
Duncan defending Ferry by claiming the Atlanta Hawks General Manager is not a racist. Tim Duncan’s statements do have value as he was teammates with Danny Ferry on the San Antonio Spurs from 2000 to 2003.
If you want to see what else Tim Duncan had to say during his time on radio, check out the audio from the radio segment in its entirety here!
Our next piece is a follow-up to our edition of Duncan’s Daily Dose from two days ago. If you remember, we posted a short clip on Kawhi Leonard playing basketball with Rob Dyrdek with huge hands. Well, now we have the full episode for you!
Check out Kawhi Leonard playing Rob Dyrdek in a game of mega PIG and more below!
Our final piece is from Bleacher Report. In this piece titled “Why It’s ‘Buyer Beware’ When Dealing with the San Antonio Spurs,” Bleacher Report writer Grant Hughes talks about how essentially if there is a former Spur on the free agent market, it’s likely San Antonio no longer values the player.
Hughes talks about San Antonio’s impressive resume of turning guys into productive players.
It’s a really great read! Check it out here!
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Finally, we have some news to catch you up on.
It was reported late yesterday evening that Aron Baynes is expected to re-sign with the San Antonio Spurs. Baynes’ re-signing means the Spurs will have all their players back on the roster from last year’s championship run. Read more about that here!
That does it for today’s edition of Duncan’s Daily Dose!
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