Tim Duncan Celebrates Winning Shot In Game 4 Of NBA Finals


By Dee McRobotface

SAN ANTONIO—Telling reporters that he was quite proud of the technique, Spurs center Tim Duncan reportedly celebrated his fourth-quarter shot Tuesday in the series' championship game. “You’ve gotta be kidding me right now,” said Duncan, who scored his first-ever championship-winning shot in the series and also credited the experience of watching teammate Kawhi Leonard raise his arms for the shot the previous night. “It was pretty cool, seeing that guy raise his arms so high. The whole time I was shooting, I was thinking about next week’s game against the Sacramento Kings. I was like, ‘Man, I can’t believe I did that.’ Yeah, I’m totally in the Finals.’” At press time, the Spurs had begun preparing for the Finals after working with team officials against the clock to ensure that it was not on the clock before they played the entire first-round series.

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