The San Antonio Spurs are one of the most storied franchises in the NBA, which is why it is not surprising to see that the organization has already retired 10 jersey numbers.
For this piece, we'll be taking a look at all 10 numbers that are forever etched in Spurs history.
No. 00 Johnny Moore
Moore played nine seasons with the Spurs. He averaged 9.4 points, 7.4 assists and 2.0 steals in 519 games.
The point guard was the 1982 assists champion with San Antonio.
No. 6 Avery Johnson
“The Little General” was part of the 1999 Spurs team that won it over the New York Knicks.
Johnson averaged 10.1 points, 6.9 assists and 1.1 steals in 644 games with San Antonio.
No. 9 Tony Parker
Parker was a six-time All-Star, won four NBA championships and was the 2007 Finals MVP with the Spurs after the team defeated LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Tony will certainly go down as one of the best international players of all time. Parker finished his San Antonio career with averages of 15.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and 5.7 assists.
No. 12 Bruce Bowen
One of the best on-ball defenders in NBA history, Bowen averaged 6.4 points in 630 games with the Spurs.
The small forward captured three titles and made eight All-Defensive teams during his time with San Antonio.
No. 13 James Silas
Silas played in 290 games with the Spurs.
He put up 14.9 points and also made two All-Star games.
No. 20 Manu Ginobili
The lefty averaged 13.3 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.8 assists in 1,057 games with San Antonio. He made the All-Star team two times and won the 2008 Sixth Man of the Year Award.
Whether it was hitting clutch shots in the NBA Finals or catching bats with his hands, Ginobili was as versatile as a player there has ever been in the NBA. The Spurs were lucky to have him on their side for his entire playing career.
No. 21 Tim Duncan
In 1,392 games with the Spurs, Duncan averaged 19.0 points, 10.8 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.2 blocks. He won five titles, two regular-season MVP awards and three Finals MVPs.
Duncan is the Spurs’ all-time leader in games, field goals, rebounds, blocks, points and win shares.
No. 32 Sean Elliot
In the 1999 Western Conference Finals against the Portland Trail Blazers, Elliot hit the “Memorial Day Miracle” in Game 2.
He finished his Spurs career with averages of 14.4 points and is sixth in franchise history with 563 made 3-pointers.
No. 44 George Gervin
The “Iceman” averaged 27.3 points, 4.8 rebounds and 1.3 steals in 709 games with the Spurs.
Gervin was named a Hall of Famer in 1996.
No. 50 David Robinson
Robinson averaged 21.1 points, 10.6 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game with the Spurs. He was the 1995 regular season MVP, the 1992 Defensive Player of the Year and a two-time NBA champion.
D-Rob was inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame back in 2009. He’s the Spurs’ all-time leader in free-throws and player efficiency rating. Robinson is also third in points.