hi i'm pretty sure this has been done before but I thought i'd give it a shot anyways.
i was wondering what the overall consenus on what an all-spurs team would look like.
I know for sure David Robinson, Tim Duncan, and George Gervin would have to be starters.
Although i've been a fan since i was a kid, I can't honestly say I know who the best was without favoring heavily the most recent teams.
David Robinson C
Tim Duncan PF
George Gervin SG
Ginobili, AJ, Tony Parker, Sean Elliot and a bunch of others is whom i'd really like to hear from others as to who deserves to be on the starting squad and second team.
Johnny Moore - PG
George Gervin - SG
Sean Elliott - SF
Tim Duncan - PF
David Robinson - C
Tony Parker - PG
Manu Ginibili - SG
Mike Mitchell - SF
Larry Kenon - PF
Artis Gilmore - C
Alvin Robertson - SG
Bruce Bowin - SF
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Last edited by losman; 07-18-05 at 04:28 PM.
C David Robinson
F Tim Duncan
F Sean Elliot
G George Gervin
G Manu Ginobili
C Artis Gilmore
F Dennis Rodman
F Larry Kenon
G Alvin Robertson
G Tony Parker
Manu isn't a pure point, but he sure as hell can play the spot. Besides All-Whatever teams always go 2 guards, 2 forwards and a center.
Last edited by Dark Deity; 07-18-05 at 04:19 PM.
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Without reading everyone else's, this is what it should be:
C David Robinson
PF Tim Duncan
SF Sean Elliott
PG Johnny Moore
C Artis Gilmore
PF Terry Cummings
SF Larry Kenon
SG Manu Ginobili
PG James Silias
IF we could have an ALL-STAR team from their "primes" my ROSTER would be:
C DAVID ROBINSON (MVP YEAR)
PF TIM DUNCAN (1st MVP YEAR)
SF SEAN ELLIOTT (ALL-STAR YEAR)
SG GEORGE GERVIN (ANY YEAR)
PG JOHNNY MOORE (ANY YEAR)
Artis Gilmore (ANY YEAR)
Dennis Rodman (Chicago Years, loved the hair )
Dominique Wilkins (Atlanta Years vs. MJ)
Manu Ginobili (NOW)
Avery Johnson (1999)
Steve Kerr (1st three Bulls championship years)
Moses Malone (two years into league)
Bruce Bowen (2003)
PF T Duncan
SF M Mitchell
C D Robinson
SG G Gervin
PG J Silas
PF F Brickowski
SG E Ginobili
SF S Elliott
C A Gilmore
SG A Robertson
SG W Anderson
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Are you serious? Would you actually leave Manu Ginobili (2 rings and counting) and Larry Kenon (20 pts and 10 rebounds per game) off of your All Spurs team in favor of Frank Brickowski, Alvin Robertson and Willie Anderson? What about Greg Anderson, Vernon Maxwell, David Wingate and Rod Strickland?
Maybe Mike Mitchell (a true Small Forward) would have to get the nod..... if you are going to carry 2 centers, 2 PGs, 2 SFs, 2 SGs and 2 PFs.
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Last edited by 3 Legged Dog; 07-19-05 at 12:49 AM.
My following the Spurs really begins in '89 although I've been watching the nba since 1976.
Spurs history has to include IMO:
PG AJ/TP (Tie)
Cummings, Bowen off the top of my head...
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Screens are being set
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I remember Rodman played PF most of his career but could he also play SF? Rodman, Duncan and Robinson would have to be the best defensive frontline ever, for guys that played on the same franchise at least.
Rodman may have been a distraction on the Spurs, but Chicago doesn't win its last 3 titles without him.
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