The Spurs aren't wasting any time honoring franchise great Manu Ginobili, who retired during the offseason. The team announced it will be retiring Ginobili's No. 20 jersey during a March 28 ceremony when the Spurs host the visiting Cavaliers

Ginobili, one of the best sixth men to ever play the game, helped lead the Spurs to four NBA championships. He was a two-time All-Star, a two-time Third Team All-NBA player and he won the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year Award following the 2007-08 season. He was celebrated in the same vein as Tim Duncan and Tony Parker during the Spurs' incredible run throughout the 2000s.

Ginobili is top five in Spurs history in points, rebounds and assists. He played 16 NBA seasons, finally retiring at age 40 after spending his entire career in San Antonio. Ginobili will be the ninth player to have his number retired in San Antonio, joining long-time teammates Bruce Bowen and Tim Duncan.

It's another name hanging in the already-crowded rafters of the AT&T Center, and it won't stop with Ginobili. Once Parker finishes out his illustrious NBA career, you can expect to see No. 9 hanging as well.