San Antonio Spurs: Tim Duncan (BEST)
Tim Duncan lacked the on-court theatrics, off-court drama, or multi-media presence, and that’s why so many people take his unrelenting, unblemished, and unquestioned dominance for granted. Duncan. He made an incredible 15 All NBA teams and was also recognized as All Defense 15 different times. Duncan’s statistics are the paradigm of consistency and he was called The Big Fundamental for a reason, doing everything right on both ends of the court.
He was the cornerstone of the San Antonio Spurs dynasty that won five NBA championships, and he was Finals MVP for three of them, adding two season MVP awards as well. Tim Duncan never showed much emotion on the court, but maybe that’s because he was just too busy making winning plays.
San Antonio Spurs: Alfredrick Hughes (WORST)
Hughes was the fourteenth pick of the 1985 draft after an excellent career at Loyola Chicago.
He played 12.7 minutes a game for one season before washing out of the league after one season with negative win shares to his name, but he’ll always have those years with Sister Jean and the Ramblers. You have no idea how hard it is to find a bad player in San Antonio’s storied history.