A reporter from the San Antonio Express uncovered a divorce case that points to the marriage of Spurs power forward Tim Duncan and his wife, Amy.
The divorce case is underway in Bexar County, Texas District Court and bears only the initials of the couple, but has several clues that line up with the couples' details.
Duncan told TMZ that he is too busy for a divorce -- the San Antonio Spurs have won games one and two of the Western Conference Series and are set to play game three Saturday against the Memphis Grizzlies.
TMZ reports that Duncan's wife filed for divorce in March, and that Duncan has put the divorce on hold until the Spurs win the NBA championship or get knocked out.
The divorce has not yet been confirmed outside of TMZ. The documents obtained by the Express show that the couple married on or near July 21, 2001, which is the date the Duncans tied the knot. It also mentions two children with initials and birth dates that line up with the couple's two children, Sydney and Draven.
The lawyer assumedly working for Tim Duncan did not comment on the case, but did ask the court to "give T.T.D. 30 days following the first work day following the San Antonio Spurs' last playoff game (whenever that might be) to respond to the outstanding discovery requests."
Further confirmation on whether the case is that of the Duncans and their hearing dates have not yet been successful.