By the Numbers
The French star won on both sides of the pond.
A quiet set of years for treinta y tres.
Cadillac Anderson returns for a second stint and Antonio Daniels wears the jersey into the first Spurs Championship.
There’s a some names you might remember . . . and one every Spurs fan should know.
The Florida State Seminole is stepping into the big league with a familiar number
The 1996 Slam Dunk champ found a home in San Antonio.
The first season for the #17 experienced the first championship.
Before #12 was added to the rafters of the AT&T Center, it went out for a final spin . . . sort of.
Four games in before being dropped for the return of a guard.
The undrafted North Carolina guard had a brush with the big league before Johnny Moore cut his time short.
The defensive stalwart was an omen of things to come.
Draftee Kevin Williams shown the door due to a logjam of guards.
The ABA player transitioned the Spurs into the NBA.
The one jersey to hang in the rafters and still be on the court.
38 days is sometimes all it takes.
The swingman had his greatest run with the Silver & Black.
The Slovenian center had some huge shoes to fill.
The 2003 NBA Championship featured #8 for a mere thirty-six seconds.
The longtime assistant coach spent more time in a suit than a jersey.
Ozell Jones was the first to wear #8.
Three NBA championships and bookend great players who wore number five.
Each year, a new player is ushered in to wear numero tres.
Don’t want to spoil it for you, but the Spurs won this series.
Everyone who wore it before Stephen Jackson earned a ring in it.
2014 was quite the year for the Italian sharpshooter.
His career says he should have been Silver & Black all along.
What might have been if the 2003 NBA Championship wasn’t Cap’n Jack’s only highlight in San Antonio.
These players go to eleven.
Perfect day to wrap up a history of the #4.