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Tim Duncan

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Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 20. Detroit: Gale Group, 1998.

Newsmakers 2000, Issue 1. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000.

Sports Stars. Series 5. Detroit: U•X•L, 1999.

Who's Who Among African Americans, 14th ed. Detroit: Gale Group, 2001.


Crothers, Tim. "Demon Deacon." Sports Illustrated (February 17, 1997): 28.

Crothers, Tim. "Out of Nowhere: Tim Duncan, an Unassuming Basketball Prodigy from, of All Places, St. Croix, Has Taken the NBA by Storm." Sports Illustrated (July 7, 1999): 77.

Crothers, Tim. "Slam Duncan." Sports Illustrated (November 27, 1995): 78.

Howerton, Darryl. "Tim Duncan." Sport (January 2000): 46.

Kertes, Tom. "He's Got the Game, and 'The Stuff.'" Basketball Digest (Summer 2002): 26.

Smith, Sam. "Star Speaking Up: Quiet Duncan Making Loud MVP Statement." Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service (March 3, 2002).

Soonachan, Irwin. "Duncan Signs." Basketball Digest (November 2000): 50.

Steinmetz, Matt. "Kidd Deserved the MVP Award, But so did Duncan." Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service (May 12, 2002).


"Tim Duncan." National Basketball Association. http://www.nba.com/ (December 11, 2002)

"Tim Duncan." Sports Stats.com. http://www.sportsstats.com (December 10, 2002.

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