Two-time league MVP Tim Duncan said he has little interest in testing out the free-agent market once his contract ends after this season with the San Antonio Spurs.
Duncan said he hoped to play another one or two seasons in the NBA and that he wouldn’t play for any team other than the Spurs, Yahoo! Sports reported Monday.
"Though I shouldn’t say that — I have to threaten them that I’ll leave," Duncan joked. "No … I’m not going anywhere. You can print that wherever you want to. I’m here and I’m a Spur for life."
The 36-year-old has spent his entire 15-year career with the Spurs, winning four championships and being named NBA Finals MVP three times.
Duncan averaged 15.4 points and nine rebounds this regular season and averaged 17.4 points and 9.2 boards in the postseason, helping the Spurs to the Western Conference Finals, where they hold a 1-0 lead over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the best-of-seven series.