What the Internet Looked Like the Year Tim Duncan Won His First Title (1999)

Bennett SpectorSocial Media StaffJune 16, 2014

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Tim Duncan became just the second player in NBA history to win a championship in three different decades after the Spurs decimated the Heat on Sunday night to cap a magical season. 

Duncan's illustrious career now includes five rings, the first coming in 1999. To prove just how long ago that was, take a look at some of the most popular sites on the Internet from the year Tim Duncan won his first NBA Title.

 

Yahoo

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AOL

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MSN

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ESPN

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Netscape

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NFL

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MTV

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Comedy Central

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WSJ

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Google

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NBA

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Apple

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McDonald's

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PayPal

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Craigslist

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