Wake Forest center Tim Duncan (21) grabbed a rebound against North Carolina's Serge Zwikker (45) and Antawn Jamison (33) in the first half of an ACC Tournament semifinal game Saturday, March 8, 1997 at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C. Duncan was a unanimous selection in 1997 for the All-America team and became the first repeat choice since Shaquille O'Neal of LSU five years before.
Wake Forest center Tim Duncan (21) grabbed a rebound against North Carolina's Serge Zwikker (45) and Antawn Jamison (33) in the first half of an ACC Tournament semifinal game Saturday, March 8, 1997 at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C. Duncan was a unanimous selection in 1997 for the All-America team and became the first repeat choice since Shaquille O'Neal of LSU five years before. PETER A. HARRIS AP
Wake Forest center Tim Duncan (21) grabbed a rebound against North Carolina's Serge Zwikker (45) and Antawn Jamison (33) in the first half of an ACC Tournament semifinal game Saturday, March 8, 1997 at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C. Duncan was a unanimous selection in 1997 for the All-America team and became the first repeat choice since Shaquille O'Neal of LSU five years before. PETER A. HARRIS AP

Tim Duncan headlines 2017 college hoop hall of fame class

March 08, 2017 10:00 AM

UPDATED March 08, 2017 04:32 PM

More Videos

  • Jordan Geist and Blake Harris on win over Long Beach State

    Missouri's point guards discussed the team's win on Thanksgiving and life without Michael Porter Jr.