San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan today announced that he will retire after 19 seasons with the organization. Since drafting Duncan, the Spurs won five championships and posted a 1,072-438 regular season record, giving the team a .710 winning percentage, which is the best 19-year stretch in NBA history and was the best in all of the NBA, NFL, NHL and MLB over the last 19 years.
July 23, 2016 | 2:10 pm EDT Update
Ramona Shelburne: Restricted free agent Tyler Zeller’s deal to return to Boston is two years, $16 million. The second year is a team option.
A series of relatively minor moves by the Celtics has shed greater light on the 2016-17 roster, cooling talk of a big trade for the time being and putting James Young’s Boston future in serious doubt. According to sources, the Celts have reached agreement with free agent Gerald Green, reacquiring the No. 18 overall pick from 2005 on a one-year deal at the veteran minimum of $1,410,598 based on his nine years of NBA service.