(Bloomberg) -- The promise of a multimillion-dollar contract wont be a factor in whether Tim Duncan returns for his 19th National Basketball Association season, even though the San Antonio Spurs All-Star lost more than $20 million to what he says is a dishonest financial adviser.
Luckily I had a long career and made good money, the 39-year-old Duncan, who has been paid about $220 million over his career, including about $10 million this past season, said in a telephone interview. This is a big chunk, but its not going to change my life in any way. Its not going to make any decisions for me.
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