Did Tim Duncan actually post a quadruple double in the 2003 Finals?

The last quadruple double was recorded by a Spurs player. But it might have been more recent than you think.

34 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, 10 blocks. On February 17, 1994, Spurs legend David Robinson recorded a quadruple double in a win over the Detroit Pistons, the last instance of a quadruple double in the NBA. It hasn’t happened since.

Or has it?

Tim Duncan may actually be the last player to record a quadruple double. Timmy has never made a big deal about this, because why would he? Duncan never cared about statistics, but what if the greatest Spur of all time pulled off something incredible that we never noticed? It wouldn’t be a shock, would it?

Check out the video above and decide for yourself. This won’t affect Duncan’s legacy in any way, but it sure would be a nice cherry on top of his incredible career.

Source: Pounding The Rock

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