11 Players the Spurs signed past their prime

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11.) Robert Horry

Even though Robert Horry joined the Spurs towards the tail end of his career, you could still argue that he had some of the biggest moments of his career while playing for San Antonio. No matter how you look at it, there's no debating that Big Shot Bob is one of the most impactful veterans the Spurs have ever brought in.

After tormenting the Spurs for years with the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Lakers, Horry signed with San Antonio ahead of the 2004 season and immediately found success in a reduced role.

Horry saved the Spurs in the 2005 Finals against the Detroit Pistons, exploding for 18 points throughout the fourth quarter and overtime and hitting one of the biggest shots in NBA Finals history.

Horry's Game 5 heroics ultimately gave the Spurs the room they needed to take the series back to San Antonio and win their third NBA championship. He'll always have a special place in the hearts of Spurs fans because of that.