By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs.com
HOUSTON - The 2013 NBA All-Star game marked the 14th time San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan was among the best-of-the-best in the NBA. Not bad for a player who has played 15 seasons in the NBA who has shown that a fundamental grasp of the game and consistency, will earn you a place among the best in this league.
However, many wonder if this past All-Star weekend in Houston might have been the last time Duncan would be an All-Star. He is nearing the end of his NBA career, and with up-and-coming big men in the league, perhaps there just won't be a spot on the West roster for Duncan in the future.
But taking a look at Duncan's production this season, it is tough to say if this really was his last time at the annual NBA event. He is once again showing no signs of slowing down and it is this consistency that Golden State Warriors' David Lee has noticed and is hoping this won't be the last time Duncan is playing for the Western Conference All-Stars.
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