St. Croix’s Tim Duncan Rated The Greatest ‘International’ Player Of All Time By The News of Australia
TOP PLAYER OF ALL TIME: Tim Duncan
SYDNEY — Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs has been rated as the greatest “international” player of all time by the News of Australia.
The online newspaper based in Sydney picked the Top 20 NBA players who they said were “foreign-born,” but “have had lengthy careers which have made an impact that will be felt for generations to come.”
Some of the players from the Caribbean who made the list besides Duncan included: Al Horford of the Dominican Republic who currently plays for the Boston Celtics and Patrick Ewing of Jamaica who used to play for the New York Knicks.
Duncan, who was born on St. Croix, was also joined on the list by Spurs teammate Tony Parker of Belgium at number seven on the list.