But a few brief moments between Tim Duncan and Gregg Popovich allowed us to peak into their relationship and see how they have remained on top for so long. The best way to describe it is that they look like a couple married for many years going through the different stages of fighting and making up. It started in the first half when Popovich screamed at Duncan heading into a timeout. Maybe Duncan forgot to call and say he would be late to the huddle Later, Duncan spent an entire timeout sleeping on the couch sitting at the scorer's table But then the two took a moment alone before the start of the second half and tried to work things out. But one of them might still be upset Because later, Pop had to explain to Duncan that he wasn't mad. Most coaches will never have this close of a relationship to a player, and most wouldn't care if a player thought he was mad
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The NBA season was shortened due to a work stoppage, but after patiently waiting for the opportunity to dominate on the court again, your wish was granted. You win Finals MVP at 23 years old. Nicely done, Timmy. Tim, you have a great season, but I have some bad news. You injure your knee right before the playoffs and the Spurs end up losing to the Phoenix Suns in the first round. Silver linings, right? Welcome back, Tim. They sweep you and go on to win the NBA Championship.
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