When I think of Duncan, I remember the 2002-2003 season.
Regular season averages:
51% from the field
Then in the playoffs:
53% from the field
Regular season MVP, NBA finals MVP, 1st team all-star, 1st team all defense, and clinched his second title with a 21 point, 20 rebound, 10 assist, 8 block game. Such a dominant player without being a flashy prima donna. He had an astounding regular season, then improved in every major statistical category on the way to his 2nd of 4 titles. The fact that he raises his arms when he thinks a call is questionable is hardly enough to tarnish that reputation, especially in an era with b*tches like Chris Paul and Rasheed Wallace.
[This message has been edited by Ulrich (edited 2/10/2012 11:37p).]