After he watched Tim Duncan produce eight points and 11 rebounds in the first half of a Spurs rodeo trip victory over the Clippers in February, former Nuggets and Nets general manager Kiki Vandeweghe shook his head in amazement and pondered Duncan's future.
"The way he plays — not in the air, but on the floor, and so smart — I see no reason he can't keep doing this for another two or three years," declared Vandeweghe.
By game's end, Duncan had grabbed 17 rebounds, matched the energy of 23-year-old Blake Griffin and made "two or three more seasons" seem like a no-brainer.
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