For two decades, the San Antonio Spurs have used the NBA draft to build a Texas-sized model of consistency.
A massive model that has produced dominating big men, a flashy international point guard, an aggressive back court presence from South America and a two-time All-Star responsible for the "Memorial Day Miracle" shot that helped lead to their first title.
Since 1989, the Spurs have averaged about 53 victories each year, 11 division crowns and four NBA titles. Even more astonishing, the Spurs have endured just one losing season during this stretch.
Though one draft move in 1987 would change the franchise forever, it wasn't until 1989 when that pick first started playing. He and four other notable draft picks would help shape up the Spurs into one of the league's elite franchises for nearly two decades.
Here are the top five draft moves in San Antonio Spurs franchise history.