Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) powders were successfully processed in a selective laser sintering (SLS) system. The laser-sintered polyurethane products with viscoelastic behaviors exhibit high flexibility and elongation at break at room temperature. Moreover, the creeping and the thermoresponsive shape-memory effects (SME) were also characterized. The influences of the time-temperature relevant parameters on the shape-fixity and shape-recovery ratios were investigated quantitatively. The creeping and SME were time–temperature dependent phenomena, and the shape recovery mechanism is associated to the microsegments thermal transitions within the polymer matrix.