Duncan's Legacy Deserves to Be Set in Stone

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Duncan's Legacy Deserves to Be Set in Stone
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MIAMI — Tony Parker's game-winning shot Thursday night is the talk of the NBA Finals, and with two days between Games 1 and 2, it probably will have a name by tip-off Sunday evening. Kneel and Pray? Duck, Chuck, Deuce? (Miami) Beach Bank-It Bingo? The 31-year-old point guard from Paris has become the temporary toast of Miami, but he offered his own reminder Friday that the greatest player in the history of the Spurs' franchise is still active and deserving of a share of the glow from the team's 92-88 victory

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