Despite a divorce between NBA player Tim Duncan and estranged wife, Amy Duncan, the San Antonio Spurs Center squeezed in some quality time during Sunday's game to spend with his two children on Father's Day.
According to Yahoo! Sports, as players made their way to the locker room, Tim made a pit stop and took a seat in the nearby hallway, where he played with daughter, Sidney and son, Draven.
The intimate moment was caught on television as ABC was heading to break.
"Happy Father's Day to Tim Duncan. He got his kids around him and he's playing good as well," basketball analyst Magic Johnson is heard saying in the below video.
"Thats a beautiful thing," Jaylen Rose added.
Spurs guard, Danny Green who set a new NBA finals record for the most 3-pointers, scoring 25, was also seen bumping into one of the children as he ran back to the locker room.
Meanwhile, Tim and Amy have agreed to postpone their divorce proceedings until at least 30 days after the NBA Finals are over.
It was reported earlier divorce papers were filed on March 27. According to documents obtained by the publication, the divorce was filed over two months ago in a San Antonio court that included only the initials A.S.D. and T.T.D. Tim's middle name is Theodore.
In separate documents filed by Duncan, he revealed that the couple signed a prenup which he wants enforced. He also said that he hopes to come to an agreement with his estranged wife that will benefit their two children.
Amy is believed to have initially filed the divorce papers. However, reports also indicated that Tim hired a private investigator last fall to monitor Amy's behavior. She stated in the divorce documents that the couple's marriage was "insupportable" because of discord and conflict. She reportedly moved out of the couple's home a month after the papers were filed.
A divorce could be soon for the two, as the San Antonio Spurs are just one game away from winning the 2013 NBA championship. They defeated the Miami Heat, 104-114 and will play Game 6 on June 18.