2016-17 Spurs Player Grades
As foretold a half-decade ago, Leonard continued to carve his own path to becoming a full-fledged NBA superstar.
Murray’s patience was tested last season, but he showed a rare combination of development and potential for a Spurs rookie.
Parker saved his best for last, capping off his 16th NBA season with a throwback playoffs that ended too soon.
The late bloomer shined on the NBA’s biggest stage — just in time to make a splash in free agency.
The Latvian forward finally made his way across the Atlantic and wasted little time in showcasing his potential.
The diminutive fan favorite continued to round out his game while playing the most minutes of his career.
Green’s shot returned to him last season, while he remained one of the league’s best wing defenders.
At 39, Ginobili delivered a solid season and more heroics than anyone could’ve anticipated.
Gasol’s first season as a Spur was a story of two halves, with the veteran moving to the bench and flourishing as a floor-spacing seven-footer.
Dedmon quickly proved to be a smart signing, even if it might just be for a single season.
Anderson’s production stagnated in year three, but he remains a deceptively effective, if underused, player.
The former All-Star carved out an important role in the Spurs’ fluid frontcourt rotation.
The undrafted rookie earned a roster spot in October and more minutes as the season went on.
The Spurs’ second banana didn’t turn in another All-Star campaign, but he still played a big part in the 61-win season.