As Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and the rest of the Spurs veterans continue their march toward what they hope is yet another NBA championship, they are taking down records and joining some impressive names in basketball lore along the way.
And in that regard, Sunday night was quite an impressive night for the old men from San Antonio.
First up? Magic Johnson.
In Sunday night's Game 2 in San Antonio, Duncan tied Johnson for most career postseason double-doubles when he grabbed his 10th rebound of the game in the third quarter.
Then came the really big fish.
The assist was Parker's fourth of the game, and came on a 3-pointer by Danny Green with 9:59 to play in the third.
The 38-year-old Duncan, in his 16th season, has four NBA championships. Parker, 32 and in his 12th season, has won three championships with San Antonio.
If they are to make it five and four titles, respectively, however, Duncan and Parker have their work cut out for them as the Heat won Game 2 in San Antonio on Sunday to even the NBA Finals at one game apiece.