Texas man’s Spurs sleeve tattoo shows he’s a next-level fan

  • Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a image of a Tim Duncan Era.  Photo: Courtesy, Chuck Little

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Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a “snapshot of a Tim Duncan Era.” 

Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a “snapshot of a Tim Duncan Era.” 


Photo: Courtesy, Chuck Little

Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a “snapshot of a Tim Duncan Era.” 

Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a “snapshot of a Tim Duncan Era.” 


Photo: Courtesy, Chuck Little

Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a “snapshot of a Tim Duncan Era.” 

Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a “snapshot of a Tim Duncan Era.” 


Photo: Courtesy, Chuck Little

Little’s wish to accommodate a Spurs — who he would after tattoo on his arm — came loyal in 2013 while they were training in Colorado. 

Little’s wish to accommodate a Spurs — who he would after tattoo on his arm — came loyal in 2013 while they were training in Colorado. 


Photo: Courtesy, Chuck Little

Little’s wish to accommodate a Spurs — who he would after tattoo on his arm — came loyal in 2013 while they were training in Colorado. 

Little’s wish to accommodate a Spurs — who he would after tattoo on his arm — came loyal in 2013 while they were training in Colorado. 


Photo: Courtesy, Chuck Little

Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a “snapshot of a Tim Duncan Era.” 

Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a “snapshot of a Tim Duncan Era.” 


Photo: Courtesy, Chuck Little

Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a “snapshot of a Tim Duncan Era.” 

Spurs fan Chuck Little spent 6 months and $2,400 on his tattoo, what he calls a “snapshot of a Tim Duncan Era.” 


Photo: Courtesy, Chuck Little


Spurs fans will march down Commerce for hours with horns blaring, they’ll cover their cars in Silver Black stickers and they’ll name their kids “Ginobili.”

Chuck Little is like many ardent Spurs fans who have dedicated their cars, pets, homes, hair and children to a Alamo City’s group — he attempted fixing his child “Duncan” in respect of The Big Fundamental before his mother blocked a idea.


What she did totally approve of was a tattoo that would cover her husband’s left arm in portraits of a Spurs. 

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Chuck and artist Andrew Duran, of Dark Dagger Tattoo in El Paso, finished a six-month, $2,400 routine final summer. The finish outcome is a “Tim Duncan Era” sleeve covering his whole arm, from his shoulder to his wrist. 

Alyssa, a Spurs fan’s mother and a distinguished designer, lent her skills to her husband’s dreams by arranging a layout. 

The 34-year-old now boasts a distinguished collection of Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Kawhi Leonard portraits meshed with Spurs logos and Larry O’Brien trophies on his arm. 

Chuck pronounced reviews from many people are positive, generally Spurs fans who a tattoo has a “wow” outcome on. Others tell him they “can’t imagine” because he would tattoo NBA stars on himself.  

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But it doesn’t matter to Chuck, who’s gratified with his preference to “cement” his adore for a Spurs in permanent ink. 

 

The Army comprehension researcher is now stationed in El Paso, yet he grew adult in San Antonio until he was a teenager. He was a child when David Robinson became a Spur and he “fell in love” with a team.

Memories of going to his initial diversion during a HemisFair Arena and assembly a whole group in 2013 desirous Chuck’s tattoo.

“I suspicion it would be a unequivocally cold approach to uncover how most they meant to me,” he said.

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He pronounced he took off early from work when he was stationed nearby Colorado Springs for a possibility to see a group as they used during Clune Arena that October. 

“My mother pronounced we didn’t stop smiling for dual days after that,” he joked. 

Chuck pronounced he wasn’t prepared yet to modify his other arm into a tabernacle for a team. Maybe if a Spurs win a few some-more championships.

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