2002-03 Basketball Season Roster
- San Antonio wins title in David Robinson’s final season
- Duncan is repeat MVP … New Jersey returns to finals
- T. McGrady: 32.1 ppg … K. Bryant: 30 ppg … A. Iverson: 27.6 ppg.
After making short work of Phoenix (which had rookie of the year Amare Stoudemire), the Shaq-Kobe Lakers, 60-win Dallas and New Jersey, the San Antonio Spurs had bookend championships surrounding the Lakers’ three titles. That was a fine farewell for the 14-year career of “The Admiral,” Navy grad David Robinson. Tim Duncan (23.3 ppg, 12.9 rpg) was MVP of both the season and the playoffs.
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