Tracy McGrady firmly believes that if there’s one former basketball player who deserves to get featured in a documentary, it must be Tim Duncan.
The ex-NBA star told Ben Golliver of the Washington Post that Duncan is an interesting subject for a documentary given his silent, yet dominating demeanor during his prime days.
“People need to know more about Tim Duncan. He’s a very quiet guy, but he’s a freaking winner,” McGrady said.
“I think, to me, [Duncan] is arguably the best power forward of all time.”
Duncan served as the undisputed heart and soul of the San Antonio Spurs’ reign which spanned for nearly two decades. His power and grace spearheaded the club to five NBA titles and an unbreakable case as one the most remarkable dynasties in league history.
Often described as a laid-back, quiet player, Duncan still terrorized opponents at the paint and amassed individual accolades including two league MVPs, 15 All-Star selections, 15 All-NBA honors, and other countless personal achievements.
To celebrate their 50th anniversary of existence, the Spurs franchise released their own series last season to commemorate their team’s indelible moments from the past, entitled: “The Ring of the Rowel: San Antonio Spurs Docuseries.” Within this, they posted a 27-minute documentary last April to honor Duncan for their 30th episode which was titled “The Big Fundamental.”