San Antonio-- I attended my first Spurs game in January of 1975. I was 10. It was before the roof was raised at the old Hemisfair arena and the Spurs played with a red, white, and blue ball. For the past 32 years I have been a fan, a friend, a critic and most importantly an constant observer of my childhood franchise. There has been much debate over who is jersey retirement worthy, who should be honored, and who shouldn't be. I decided to rank the Top 20 Spurs of all time. I admit, my rankings are statistically driven but also consider longevity, championships, all star appearances and over all contributions to the team. For instance Bruce Bowen may have his jersey retired but he was nowhere close to the player that Larry Kenon or Mike Mitchell were. Bruce is jersey worthy because he was on title teams, was important to that era, and because he is close to the decision makers who decide such things. However, you won't find him ahead of K or Mitch on my list. I consulted with Pat Frost who I believe is unsurpassed in knowledge of Spurs history. (I consider myself a close second) I will try to justify each pick and why one Spur may rank higher than another, but again this is just one man's list. I'd like to hear yours.