**WavyCrocket**

Simple question for you. Answer yes or no.

From 00-07....did Tim Duncan play more than 55% of his minutes at PF over that time span?

After you answer that question. I'd like you to remember that Tim Duncan came into the league in 97. And played next to David Robinson as the "twin towers". Tim was the PF. So if you take those 3 years...add it to the next 7 where the numbers show he played 55% of his minutes as a PF....it's overwhelming clear that Tim Duncan spent the prime of his career playing most of his minutes as a PF.

Where he won 4 chips, 3 finals MVPs, and 2mvps. That's not arguable. It's a fact.

Uhhhh...my math might be off but no. In that time he spent 9155 out of 19924 minutes at PF. That's about 46%. It looks like you added the percentages instead of the actual minutes. Also with the numbers available we know he played a good amount of center even when David Robinson was there so it's safe to assume he did the same in the first 3 years where we don't have the numbers.

Like I said my math might be off but....yea. There you have it