While at Wake Forest, he co-authored a chapter of a psychology book.
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.
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.
Duncan retires as one of only three players in NBA history with 1,000 career wins.
He and Kareem Abdul-Jabaar are the only players in NBA history with 26,000 points, 15,000 rebounds and 3,000 blocks.
He's the only player in NBA history to win 1,000 games with one team.
He finishes his career ranked Top 10 all-time in regular season rebounds (No. 7) and blocks (No. 6).
Duncan's 19 years in San Antonio is tied for second most all-time for one player with one team.
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.
His 251 playoff games is second most all-time, behind only Derek Fisher.