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PostSubject: The Foundation holds   Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:38 pm

Tim Duncan has two older sisters, Cheryl and Tricia.[6] Like their younger brother, they were gifted athletes: Cheryl was a championship swimmer before she became a nurse, and Tricia swam for the U.S. Virgin Islands at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.[99] He married his wife Amy in 2001,[5] and the couple had their first child, daughter Sydney, in the summer of 2005,[5] and a second child, a son, during the summer of 2007. Amy oversees the Tim Duncan Foundation, which has been established to serve the areas of health awareness/research, education, and youth sports/recreation in San Antonio, Winston-Salem, and the United States Virgin Islands.[5] The Foundation holds two major fundraisers each year: the annual Tim Duncan Bowling for Dollar$ Charity Bowl-A-Thon and the annual Slam Duncan Charity Golf Classic.[5] Between 2001 and 2002, the Foundation raised more than $350,000 to help fight breast and prostate cancer.[12] In those two years, Duncan was named by Sporting News as one of the "Good Guys" in sports.[12] The Spurs captain also supports the Children's Bereavement Center, the Children's Center of San Antonio and the Cancer Therapy and Research Center.[5]

Duncan cites his late mother Ione as his main inspiration. Among other things, she taught him and his sisters the nursery rhyme "Good, Better, Best. Never let it rest / Until your Good is Better, and your Better is your Best", which he adopted as his personal motto.[8] On and off the court, he believes that the three most important values are dedication, teamwork and camaraderie.[8] The Spurs captain has also stated that he chose #21 for his jersey because that was his brother-in-law's college number, since he was Duncan's main basketball inspiration, and cites Hall-of-Fame Los Angeles Lakers point guard Magic Johnson as his childhood idol.[8]



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