If you're debating the all time greatest big men of all time, is Tim Duncan the first guy forgotten? I mean seriously, he's put up 16 seasons of ridiculous basketball, but I always feel like he's left out of the topic.
Fortunately for Duncan, he doesn't appear to care a whole lot about that conversation. Duncan, who's sworn to never join Twitter since, he "has no interest in telling you what he's doing," is doing fine with a quiet life off the court. Tim Duncan's wife Amy Duncan is a major part of quiet home life. The couple met while attending Wake Forest together, where Tim was ramping up to be the #1 pick in the draft (and break Celtics fans' hearts), and Amy was a cheerleader. They married in 2001 and have two children together - a daughter born in 2005, and a son born in 2007.
Amy runs the Tim Duncan Foundation, a charity that helps to raise money for health awareness, research, and education in San Antonio, Winston-Salem, North Carolina and the United States Virgin Islands. The foundation also helps fund youth sports in those same areas.Tim Duncan's wife Amy Duncan,