While at Wake Forest, he co-authored a chapter of a psychology book.

# 1

Tim Duncan won Rookie of the Year with the Spurs in 1998. He also won Rookie of the Month every single month during that season. 

# 2

Duncan's Spurs won at least 50 regular season games for the last 17 seasons, the most consecutive 50+ win regular seasons in NBA history.

# 3

 Duncan retires as one of only three players in NBA history with 1,000 career wins.

# 4

He and Kareem Abdul-Jabaar are the only players in NBA history with 26,000 points, 15,000 rebounds and 3,000 blocks.

# 5

He's the only player in NBA history to win 1,000 games with one team.

# 6

 He finishes his career ranked Top 10 all-time in regular season rebounds (No. 7) and blocks (No. 6).

# 7

Duncan's 19 years in San Antonio is tied for second most all-time for one player with one team. 

# 8

 Duncan's team made the playoffs all 19 years he played in the NBA. That is the most ever, for one player, with one team in NBA history.

# 9

His 251 playoff games is second most all-time, behind only Derek Fisher.

# 10