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Spurs: Ranking All 43 Players from Champion Playoff Rosters

Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, Tim Duncan
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39. Will Perdue

While he had a bigger role in some previous playoff series, Will Perdue's role was understandably diminished with the arrival of Tim Duncan. Still, he provided 13 points and 28 boards in the 1999 title team's playoff run.

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38. Glenn Robinson

Considering he made his Spurs debut in the same month they began their playoff run, what Glenn Robinson did in 2005 is pretty impressive. Then 32 years old, he scored 50 points that postseason, highlighted by a 16-point performance against the Seattle SuperSonics. After coming up empty in his first 10 NBA seasons, he retired as a champion after his 11th.

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37. Devin Brown

I'll be honest -- I was shocked to see Devin Brown played 190 playoff minutes with the San Antonio Spurs. That may be due to most of that (130 minutes) taking place in the disappointing 2004 postseason. All in all, the UTSA grad played pretty well in his 21 playoff games played with San Antonio, scoring 52 points in the '04 playoff run and 21 more in 2005.

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36. Aron Baynes

The Big Banger was a solid backup center in San Antonio but didn't really expand his game to what it is now until recently. Showing up in 14 games in the Spurs' 2014 revenge tour, he made half of his shots (12-of-24) to tally 32 points and 31 rebounds. More importantly, he provided us all with "Drunk Aron Baynes."

Baynes currently plays for the Toronto Raptors, where he averaged 6.1 points and 5.2 rebounds with them in 2020-21.

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35. Rasho Nesterovic

Despite having virtually no mobility, Rasho Nesterovic was a perfectly serviceable center for the Spurs from 2003-06. While he was a decent postseason contributor, the only time San Antonio won it all with him on the roster was when they limited his playoff minutes to just 7.6 per game. Still, the 7-foot Slovenian has 94 playoff points as a Spur to his name.

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34. Steve Smith

Steve Smith was in the late stages of his career by the time he arrived in San Antonio. Still, he scored 103 points in the 2002 playoffs and 16 more during the '03 title run. He only made 5 of his 24 shots that postseason, but I'll bump him up a bit out of respect for his overall career.

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