The San Antonio Spurs have been one of the NBA's most steady establishments from the time they joined the NBA in 1976. One reason for their accomplishment has been their capacity and competency to get the right players at the opportune time and furthermore get rid of players at the right time.
Here are the San Antonio Spurs, hall of fame of all-time.
Before enrolling David Robinson number one, on the whole in 1987, the Spurs were an average establishment who might make the game playoff once in a while. Robinson changed all that, he leads the group to make a portion of the best records in the West twice and to the 1994 Western Conference Finals. David Robinson was the NBA's Most Valuable Player in 1995 and Defensive player of the year in 1992. He scored a profession and establishment high 71 pts against the Clippers in 1994 to catch the NBA's scoring fame as well. Robinson retired in 2003 after winning his second NBA title and having played every time of his career with the Spurs.
George Gervin, the “Ice Man,” was the team’s first ever star player; he was acquired while the team was still in the American Basketball Association (ABA) from Virginia. Gervin would play 11 seasons with the Spurs, nine after they joined the NBA, and would turn into the team’s driving scorer. He was an 11 time elite player with the Spurs and caught the 1980 All-star MVP honor. Gervin was chosen to the NBA's Hall-of-Fame in 1996.
3. Artis Gilmore
Gilmore said his final goodbye to basketball with the Spurs, he gave them five prosperous years, and in those five years, he created some amazing records such as 5th all time in blocks and 6th in rebounds for the Spurs.
4. Dennis Rodman
Dennis Rodman would be higher had he played longer; Rodman just played two, short, seasons for the Spurs before getting exchanged to Chicago for Will Purdue. However, in his inhabitance with the Spurs, he did cart-away to coordinate the NBA in rebounding both years with around 17 games both years.
5. Tim Duncan
The Big Fundamental was to make the first choice for the top player in franchise history. Tim Duncan is a two-time MVP and has been the driving force for the team players for all the four NBA championships titles. Moreover, Tim Duncan is undoubtedly the finest power forward to ever play the game. He is active on both sides of the ball and keeping in mind that he is not a flashy player he completes things.