The San Antonio Spurs always seem to find the best players they need in the NBA Draft.
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Sean Elliott | 1989 NBA Draft | 1st round | 3rd overall pick
Two-time NBA All-Star. Helped lead San Antonio to first-ever NBA Championship in 1999. Best known for 'Memorial Day Miracle' game-winning shot in 1999 Western Conference Finals.
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Manu Ginobili | 1999 NBA Draft | 2nd round | 57th overall pick
Ginobili is one of the most decorated global basketball players with a Euroleague championship, Olympic gold medal, and four NBA Championships with the Spurs. The Argentinian is a two-time NBA All-Star and was the 2008 league Sixth Man of the Year.
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Tony Parker | 2001 NBA Draft | 1st round | 28th overall pick
Tony Parker has been one of the best point guards in the NBA throughout his career with the Spurs. The six-time NBA All-Star has won four NBA championships, and was named 2007 Finals MVP.
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David Robinson | 1987 NBA Draft | 1st round | 1st overall pick
‘The Admiral’ was the foundation of the Spurs’ dynasty. Robinson was a star from the start as the 1990 NBA Rookie of the Year. The 10-time All-Star was dominant on defense and named the 1995 league MVP. After he joined forces with fellow big man Tim Duncan in 1997, the Spurs won their first championship in 1999. Robinson retired after winning his second title in 2003.
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Tim Duncan | 1997 NBA Draft | 1st round | 1st overall pick
Duncan will be remembered as the greatest power forward in NBA history and the greatest Spurs player of all time. He won his first championship in his second season in San Antonio, and he’s gone on to win four more since. Two-time league MVP, three-time NBA Finals MVP, and a 15-time NBA All-Star.