Over the last two decades, there's been no more under-the-radar dynasty in sports than the San Antonio Spurs quiet dominance in the NBA led by Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili .
They've done it as a trio three times, and Tim Duncan rocked it out before the other two arrived way back in 1999. They have been one of the most productive trios in NBA history and have managed to get along with each other as well.
It's not like they come from a similar background or anything. Duncan is an American who was born in the U.S. Virgin Island and attended Wake Forest. Parker was born in Belgium, but raised in France and didn't attend university before being drafted in 2001.
And Ginobilli was born in Argentina to an Italian-Argentine family of basketball players. Both Ginobilli and Parker idolized Michael Jordan growing up and were both selected by the Spurs in the second round of the draft—two years apart.