San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan has spent all 15 seasons with the Spurs. All those accolades, NBA titles, All-Star appearances were with the silver and black.
In total, Duncan has played in 1,122 and should he suit up versus the Boston Celtics tomorrow night, he will pass former NBA player Hal Greer on the all-time NBA list of most games played with one team for an entire career with 1,123 games under his belt with the Spurs.
Currently, Duncan is ranked sixth and will move into fifth place Wednesday night. Standing in fourth place is Lakers' Kobe Bryant with 1,171 games played with LA and in third place is former Celtic John Havlicek with 1,270 games played with Boston. Sitting at second is Reggie Miller 1,389 games with the Pacers and in first is John Stockton with 1,504 games with the Jazz.