1. Sean Elliot
Sometimes, when you're reveling in the Spurs' nonchalant dominance, you just want a voice on TV to stand with you in salute of the beautiful game. Sean Elliot, Spurs' legacy from 1989-2001 (playing all but one of his seasons with the Silver and Black), is never afraid to be that voice. I guess it's true that game recognizes game. From busting clutch three-pointers and exemplifying heart-in-action to helping bring home our first NBA Championship, from being an active part of the SA community to telling it like it is on TV — the Ninja loves us and we love him right back.
2. The Coyote
3. Gregg Popovich
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