San Antonio Spurs all-time starting lineup by Win Shares

San Antonio Spurs vs Chicago Bulls - November 7, 2005
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Power Forward: Tim Duncan (206.4)

There is no doubt Tim Duncan is the greatest player to ever suit up for the Spurs, and his franchise-leading 206.4 win shares only cements his place at the top of the totem pole. The Big Fundamental spent his entire 19-year career in San Antonio, collecting five championships, 15 All-Defense nods, 15 All-NBA honors, 15 All-Star appearances, three Finals MVPs, and countless illustrious accolades.

While he retired seven years ago, Duncan has the seventh most win shares in NBA history, a number that is likely to remain near the top of the leaderboard for decades to come. The Hall of Fame power forward also helped Gregg Popovich establish a team-first culture that will be the foundation for the organization as they attempt to construct another dominant dynasty around Victor Wembanyama.