Tim Duncan Net Worth 2021: How Much is Tim Duncan Worth Right Now?

Tim Duncan, the 15-time All-Star known as the “Big Fundamental” announced his retirement in July 2016. As an NBA legend, you’d think Timmy D.’s salary is in the same ballpark as Kobe Bryant ($320 million) and Shaquille O’Neal ($320 million). But that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Duncan led the Spurs to a championship as early as his second season, in 1999, and was named NBA Finals MVP. He would go on to win four more titles, in 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2014, and be named Finals MVP twice more, in 2003 and 2005.
Just how much is the 40-year-old Most Valuable Player valued at?

Tim Duncan’s Net Worth as of 2019: $150 million

In 1996, a year before drafting Duncan, Peter Holt led a group that paid $76 million for the Spurs. 20 years later, the San Antonio Spurs are worth a whopping $1.15 billion. We’re not saying that’s all because of “The Big Fundamental.” But in multi-quadrupling team value, Duncan was a big fundamental.


1997 – 2003

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Draft one. Pick one. In the 1997 NBA draft, the San Antonio Spurs drafted Duncan with the first draft pick. Right away, Duncan proved himself to be a force to be reckoned with. Tim Duncan and David Robinson became known as the “Twin Towers,” providing exceptional defense close to the basket, forcing opponents to take less shots from outside.


2004 – 2011

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Before the 2003–04 season began, the Spurs lost their captain David Robinson to retirement. Shouldered with the new leadership role, Duncan was a bit apprehensive, but soon embraced his duties and led the team to reform. Despite taking the Spurs to numerous victories, he earned a comparatively paltry sum of $10 million a year, ranking him 60th in top NBA salaries.
From 2005 to 2013, Tim Duncan lost $20 million due to to bad investments suggested to him by his financial advisor, Charles Banks, which ended in a lawsuit.


2011 – 2013

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On July 11, 2012, Duncan agreed to re-sign with the Spurs. Helped by a supporting cast comprising of Danny Green, Tiago Splitter, Gary Neal and Kawhi Leonard, that had been maturing steadily over the last two seasons, Duncan and the Spurs would again make the playoffs with a 58–24 consistent season record.
Endorsement contracts, with brands such as Adidas, bring in $2 million a year in Duncan’s off-court earnings, according to Forbes.


2014 – 2017

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On June 23, 2014, Duncan exercised his $10.3 million player option for the 2014–15 season. On June 28, 2016, Duncan opted into his $5.6 million contract for the 2016–17 season. However, on July 11, 2016, he announced his retirement from the NBA after 19 seasons with San Antonio. On December 18, 2016, the Spurs retired Duncan’s #21 jersey in a ceremony.
Over his 19 years with the Spurs, Duncan made a career salary of $236.4 million, which ranks third all-time behind Kevin Garnett and Kobe Bryant. For Duncan, it wasn’t all about money. He was willing to negotiate and leave room for the team to bring on new players.
To the Greatest PF to ever play this game, you will be missed.


2018

After retiring from the NBA world last year, former Spurs starlet, Tim Duncan is now focusing his contributions to the society and beyond.

2019

Tim Duncan recently opened up and said his success with the Spurs ‘Put a Target’ on his back during his NBA career.

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