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Call it a career as NBA great Tim Duncan retires

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After 19 seasons and five NBA titles, Tim Duncan's finished,

The San Antonio Spurs superstar is retiring after a career that will surely earn him a first ballot Hall of Fame ticket. San Antonio has been active in the NBA's free-agency period just in case Duncan decided to retire, which has been speculated on for months.

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Duncan was the NBA's top draft pick in 1997 out of Wake Forest and became one of the games most consistent players of all time. Duncan goes down as a two-time MVP, three-time Finals MVP, five-time NBA championa a 15-time All-Star.

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