Spurs: By the Numbers
By John Hareas and Andrew Pearson
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The Spurs have won three NBA titles since they selected Tim Duncan No. 1 overall in 1997. For more numbers concerning San Antonio's impressive playoff resume, check out the in-depth list below.

1 Tim Duncan is the lone internationally-born player to appear in four NBA Finals.

1 Tim Duncan, No. 1 overall pick in the 1997 NBA Draft.

3 Number of championships Spurs have won since joining the NBA in 1976-77.

3 Number of Finals MVPs for Tim Duncan.

3 Number of titles for head coach Gregg Popovich who trails John Kundla (5), Pat Riley (5), Phil Jackson (9) and Red Auerbach (9) for most NBA championships as head coach.

3 Robert Horry (Houston, '94, '95, Lakers, '00, '01, '02) is one of only three players, along with Ron Harper (Chicago ’96-98) and Dennis Rodman (Detroit ’89-90, Chicago ’96-98) to have won back-to-back championships with two different teams in NBA history.

3 The number of big men - Karl Malone (11), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (10) and Bob Pettit (10) - in NBA history to have appeared on the All-NBA First Team more times than Tim Duncan, who has been selected nine times.

6 Number of rings Robert Horry owns. Horry’s six titles are the most of any active player and he is one of only 12 players all time with six-or-more titles (Bill Russell Boston 11, Sam Jones Boston 10, Tom Heinsohn Boston 8, K.C. Jones Boston 8, John Havlicek Boston 8, Tom Sanders Boston 8, Frank Ramsey Boston 7, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Milwaukee/L.A. Lakers 6, Bob Cousy Boston 6, Robert Horry Houston/LA Lakers/San Antonio 6, Michael Jordan Chicago 6, Scottie Pippen Chicago 6.

6 Number of international players currently on the Spurs roster - Tim Duncan (Virgin Islands), Francisco Elson (Netherlands), Manu Ginobili (Argentina), Fabricio Oberto (Argentina), Tony Parker (France) and Beno Udrih (Slovenia).

10-1 Spurs record in the 2007 playoffs when Manu Ginobili scores in double-figures.

12-2 Spurs in playoff series in last five years.

12 Games Robert Horry needs to play in order to tie Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's record of 237 playoff games played, the most in NBA history.

15 Robert Horry has appeared in the playoffs all 15 seasons and has never been knocked out of the first round.

15-2 Spurs record the '99 playoffs, the second highest winning percentage for a playoff run in NBA history, which included a playoff record 12 straight wins.

17 Number of rings on current Spurs roster.

27 The number of times that the Spurs have appeared in the playoffs since joining the NBA in 1976-77, including 17 appearances over the last 18 seasons.

28 Tony Parker, first round pick in 2001 NBA Draft, 28th overall.

32 Number of blocked shots by Tim Duncan during the 2003 Finals, a record for the most blocks in a six-game series, which also included a Finals record eight blocks in the series-clinching win.

50 Tim Duncan, points career playoff high (two times, latest vs. Dallas, May 22, 2006).

53 Number of three-point field goals made by Robert Horry, the most in Finals history.

57 Manu Ginobili, second round pick in 1999 NBA Draft, 57th overall.

58 Number of blocked shots by Tim Duncan in the NBA Finals, third all-time behind Shaquille O'Neal (62) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (116).

134 Tim Duncan, Spurs playoff career leader in games played.

322 Manu Ginobili, Spurs Career Playoff Leader in 3-Point Field Goals attempted.

371 Tim Duncan, Spurs playoff career leader in blocks.

.556 Spurs road winning percentage in The Finals, one of three teams to have a road winning percentage in Finals history, trailing only the Chicago Bulls at .667 (12-6) and the Milwaukee Bucks at .800 (4-1).

559-229 Spurs record since Tim Duncan joined the team, the best in the NBA over that span.

.633 Gregg Popovich (88-51) playoff winning percentage, third all time behind Butch van Breda Kolff .636 (21-12) and Phil Jackson .699 (179-77).

.667 Winning percentage of Gregg Popovich in the NBA Finals, the best winning percentage of coaches to have won three or more NBA titles.

.709 Spurs winning percentage over the last 10 years, the best winning percentage of any team in professional sports over that span.

.734 Spurs winning percentage during the Tim Duncan era in games played after the All-Star break (does not include games played during the 1998-99 shortened season).

840 Tim Duncan, Spurs career playoff leader in free throws made.

946 Playoff game experience on Spurs roster.

1,183 Tim Duncan, Spurs career playoff leader in field goals made.

1,203 Tim Duncan, Spurs Career playoff leader in free throws attempted.

1,682 Tim Duncan, Spurs career playoff leader in rebounds.

2,325 Tim Duncan, Spurs career playoff leader in field goals attempted.

3,209 Tim Duncan, Spurs career playoff leader in points.

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