Tim Duncan and the 10 Most Boring San Antonio Spurs in Franchise History

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Tim Duncan and the 10 Most Boring San Antonio Spurs in Franchise History
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How full of, um, wisdom, were the Spurs in 1997?  Chocked.  The front office allegedly ordered the tanking of a few games in order to draft Tim Duncan. 

The Spurs for now have a reputation—perhaps a fleeting illusion—for being a model organization capable of making smart moves.  Trading George Hill, while keeping Richard Jefferson, however, was not one of their wisest decisions.

Last season, R.J.'s game sank down the stretch quicker than a pair of customized cowboy boots on the San Antonio Creek—I mean River.  Except for ditching his alleged fiancé at the proverbial altar, Jefferson isn't known for getting in trouble outside the lines, though.

He is one of the most boring Spurs ever, but did he make this list?  To find out, join me in counting down 10 of the most uninteresting men in the world—past and present San Antonio Spurs.

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