Tim Duncan is still facing rumors about his sexuality, with recent reports indicated that the San Antonio Spurs player demanded silence from his estranged wife, Amy Duncan.
The couple have been married for 12 years and have two children together--daughter, Sydney and son, Draven. Sources have speculated that Amy was prepared to go public with Tim's secret relationship with his college roommate from Wake Forest University.
The LatinTimes.com reported that the 37-year-old NBA player is trying to place a gag order or Amy that would stop her from discussing their divorce in public in order to disclose details of his rumored same-sex relationship a secret.
"Tim knows Amy was cheating on him but he's willing to give her whatever she wants, because he doesn't want Amy to tell the world that he's bisexual," a source said.
While Tim nor Amy have yet to comment on the impending divorce, Spur's player Danny Green admitted in an interview with NYC radio station Power 105.1 that he heard about the gay rumors, but didn't pay it any mind.
Host Angela Yee asked Green if he'd feel comfortable with Tim on his team if he found out he was gay.
"Timmy is Tim," Green said. "I'm not going to look at him any differently. He's my teammate."
"Basketball is basketball," he added. "I didn't hear anything about it. And I definitely haven't suspected anything. He's going through some stuff and that's what happens when you go through a divorce. It gets ugly."
TIM DUNCAN DIVORCE ADDRESSED BY DANNY GREEN IN THE BREAKFAST CLUB INTERVIEW
Enstars reported earlier that Amy filed for divorce back in March, citing that the couple's 12-year marriage had become "insupportable because of discord and conflict."
Tim wants to come to an agreement that will benefit the couple's two children.