Thanks to dieting and getting leaner, Tim Duncan can lead the San Antonio Spurs to a fifth title

Tim Duncan is just as dominate as the great LeBron James.

Thanks to dieting and getting leaner last summer, San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan is in the midst of having his best season on the hardwood since the 2009-2010 campaign.

Shedding roughly 30 pounds to get to a svelte 230, the two-time MVP averaged 17.8 points, 9.9 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.7 blocks playing only 30 minutes per game.

More importantly, the 6-foot-11 Duncan led San Antonio to a 58-24 record and their first appearance in the NBA Finals in six years.

Although the Pacers are a collection of scrappy bastards, the Miami Heat will ultimately overcome Indiana and face San Antonio for the crown.

Miami is likely the preeminent team in the association and seemingly destined to go back-to-back next month.

However, featuring the premier power forward in history, the Spurs will put Heat on Miami.

A 14-time All-Star and 10-time All-NBA First Team selection, the 37-year-old Duncan is an elite interior defender who should easily outperform Chris Bosh on both ends of the court.

Already a four-time titlist, Duncan is extremely familiar with hoisting the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy.

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Bosh are remarkable and their greatness as a trio can’t be understated.

Unfortunately for Miami Heat fans, San Antonio is also a legitimate juggernaut.

When the finals commence on June 6, onlookers shouldn’t be shocked if Tim Duncan muscles the Spurs over LeBron James and Miami.

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