Great video, I just love the ease which he does everything. He has pretty much every post move needed: bank shot from either side, drop steps, good finishing layups and dunks, left and right handed hook shots and even fade away hooks, baseline jumper and fade away jumper. He's totally complete
Can't get the video to load for some reason, but Tim Duncan's post game has been one of my favorite things to watch growing up. His prime was unmatchable. It was like he and his skill set were personally sculpted by the basketball fundamental gods. I hope he stays around as long as possible because, for me, the game won't be the same after he's gone.
The remarkable aspect to Timmy's game is that he makes it look so...easy.
One of the things I noticed watching that video that I haven't really thought about before and I haven't heard anyone really pick up on is just how long and coordinated Duncan is in general. Every time he uses that sweeping hook shot across the lane, it's virtually unblockable (and even hard to contest) because he takes these long strides and his wingspan is such that it's so hard for a defender to time. He also looks so awkward every time he faces up (watch how his knees are pointed inward every time he faces up a defender) but he's never off balance. People like to refer to him as fundamental, but always thought the real key to how well he plays is just how unorthodox his style is. He doesn't necessarily have the flash of an Olajuwon, being the pure physical specimen Robinson was, or the apparent force of nature of a Shaq, but there was no one on the court who could prevent him from doing what he wanted or getting to where he wanted to be.