VOTE NOW in the All-Time Spurs Bracket!


Voting is now underway in the first round of the All-Time Spurs Bracket. Spurs fans can vote and then find out in a few days who will move onto Round 2! Here are the matchups for the bottom half of the HemisFair Region.

2. Sean Elliott vs. 15. Allan Bristow: Elliott is a legendary Spurs stat stuffer who is on several franchise record lists. Elliot is on the top ten list for points, rebounds, 3-pointers and minutes played. His Memorial Day Miracle shot is considered one of the greatest shots in franchise history. Elliott's jersey was retired in 2005. Bristow played for the Spurs in the mid-70s and was a solid reserve for the 1979 team that lost to Washington in the East Finals.

Elliott Bristow poll

7. Malik Rose vs. 10. Dominique Wilkins: Rose never wowed during his Spurs days, but came off the bench and made the plays that needed to be made. Rose averaged 10 ppg and 6 rpg during the 2003 championship season as Duncan and Robinson's top backup.  Wilkins signed with the Spurs in 1996 to add bench scoring, but gave them more than they could have hoped for. The Hall-of-Famer led the team in scoring during a dismal season that led to the arrival of Tim Duncan.

Rose Wilkins poll

6. Dennis Rodman vs. 11. Tiago Splitter: "The Worm" averaged a mind-boggling 17 rpg and added tough-minded defense during his two seasons with the Spurs. Rodman made several headlines on and off the court, but also brought the spotlight to the organization. After a rocky rookie year, Tiago turned into a consistent scorer and solid rebounder. Splitter has improved his game each year and continues to play well next to Tim Duncan.

Rodman Splitter poll

3. Johnny Moore vs. 14. Antonio Daniels: Moore was versatile point guard who put together five consecutive nine-point, nine-assist, two-steals seasons. He is top five in assists and steals and had his jersey retired. Daniels was a key reserve who averaged 8 ppg over four seasons. Daniels scored double figures in ten straight playoff games and averaged 13.5 ppg during the 2001 postseason.

Moore Daniels poll