Another Game, Another Milestone for Tim Duncan

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On LaMarcus Aldridge's return to Portland — and a solid 113-101 win over the Trailblazers — Tim Duncan grabbed his 14,716th rebound.

Now he has the 7th most rebounds in NBA history, passing Boston Celtic Robert Parish. 



In this short season, Duncan set the record for most wins with a single team (954). Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and Duncan also became the winningest trio in NBA history after win over the Boston Celtics, passing Larry Bird, Parish and Kevin McHale.

Duncan's really going after those Celtic records this year! And, of course, his only priority is to win, not set records, but it is a coincidence. 



Anyway, here's the rebound:

Did You Hear That? 11/11

Last night Tim Duncan tallied his 14,716th rebound, passing Robert Parish for 7th all-time in NBA history!

Posted by San Antonio Spurs on Thursday, November 12, 2015

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