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By Matt Stevens SAN ANTONIO — He might be getting older, but Spurs power forward Tim Duncan does not appear to have lost a step. For the second straight game, Duncan schooled the younger Clippers defenders in footwork and fundamentals, and helped lead

Tim Duncan has won four NBA titles for the Spurs since San Antonio drafted him with the No. 1 pick in 1997. AP The NBA will hold this year's lottery in New York City, instead of its traditional location in New Jersey, which well, let's face it:

Tim Duncan plans to re-sign with San Antonio when he becomes a free agent this summer. (Evan Gole/Getty “We've all found a home here in San Antonio,” Duncan said, “and we all love it here.” “If something doesn't work,

Tim Duncan has won four NBA titles for the Spurs since San Antonio drafted him with the No. 1 pick in 1997. AP The NBA will hold this year's lottery in New York City, instead of its traditional location in New Jersey, which well, let's face it:

The Spurs are undefeated in the 2012 playoffs, with a perfect record of 10-0. They're on a 20-game winning streak, and haven't lost since early April. Oh, and 36-year-old Tim Duncan dunked all over 22-year-old Serge Ibaka.

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