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Top 5 PGs In San Antonio Spurs History

Top 5 PGs In San Antonio Spurs History

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The dynasty that is the San Antonio Spurs has seen its share of great players. Out of all the legends who have dawned the silver and black, not much credit has been given to the point guard position. The Spurs have had some solid talent heading the offense over the years, however, so take a look at the top five to ever run the break for the Spurs.

5. Rod Strickland

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5. Rod Strickland

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One of the most underrated point guards of all time is Rod Strickland, who played three seasons for the Spurs. In his short time with San Antonio, he accumulated 2026 points, 1203 assists and 292 steals.

4. James Silas

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4. James Silas

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While the Spurs were still an ABA team, James Silas has no trouble running the point. His career totals of 2406 assists, 16.1 PPG and 3.8 APG are pretty impressive for any Spurs point guard ever.

3. Johnny Moore

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3. Johnny Moore

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The 80s Spurs saw Johnny Moore at the helm. His 9.4 PPG and 7.4 APG were noticeable on a team that saw the playoffs six times during his stint. Moore’s 3865 assists places him third all-time for the Spurs.

2. Avery Johnson

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2. Avery Johnson

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Avery Johnson was the point guard on the Spurs’ first championship team back in 1999. He played 10 season with the Spurs, where he was able to rack up 10.1 PPG and 6.9 APG per game. Johnson is still an avid supporter of the franchise.

1. Tony Parker

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1. Tony Parker

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There is no doubt that Tony Parker is the greatest Spurs point guard of all time. Not only do his four ring speak for themselves, but his statistics and game have elevated him above any other Spurs point guard. Parker is the Spurs’ all-time leading assists leader with 5635, and has scored more points than any other Spurs point guard with 16,051. His career isn’t close to being over.