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(AP) -- Given his passion for wine, it's no surprise that Gregg Popovich has such a deep appreciation for the graceful way Tim Duncan is aging.
Duncan will turn 39 shortly after Friday night's Game 3 against the Los Angeles Clippers, but the oldest player in these playoffs still looks capable of carrying the load for the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA's lone series that's even after two games.
With Tony Parker ineffective for a second straight contest Wednesday before leaving with a right Achilles injury, Duncan turned in a vintage performance in a 111-107 overtime win. Neutralized for much of the opener by DeAndre Jordan, the two-time MVP had 28 points and 11 rebounds while playing the final eight minutes with five fouls.MORE
|2/20/2015||Reggie Williams||Signed for the Rest of the Season|
|1/28/2015||Reggie Williams||Signed to 10-Day Contract|
|1/28/2015||JaMychal Green||10-Day Contract Expired; Player Not Re-Signed|
|1/18/2015||JaMychal Green||Signed to 10-Day Contract|
|4/8/2015||Marco Belinelli||Groin soreness|
|4/3/2015||Tiago Splitter||Sore calf|
|3/15/2015||Manu Ginobili||Right ankle sprain|
|1/14/2015||Marco Belinelli||Left groin strain|