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2016-17 Spurs Player Grades

Kawhi Leonard 2016-17 season review: A prophecy fulfilled

As foretold a half-decade ago, Leonard continued to carve his own path to becoming a full-fledged NBA superstar.

Dejounte Murray 2016-17 season review: His time is coming

Murray’s patience was tested last season, but he showed a rare combination of development and potential for a Spurs rookie.

Tony Parker 2016-17 season review: Holding out for the masterpiece

Parker saved his best for last, capping off his 16th NBA season with a throwback playoffs that ended too soon.

Jonathon Simmons 2016-17 season review: More juice please

The late bloomer shined on the NBA’s biggest stage — just in time to make a splash in free agency.

Davis Bertans 2016-17 season review: Draft and splash

The Latvian forward finally made his way across the Atlantic and wasted little time in showcasing his potential.

Patty Mills 2016-17 season review: Not your average backup

The diminutive fan favorite continued to round out his game while playing the most minutes of his career.

Danny Green 2016-17 season review: Your friendly neighborhood 3-and-D guy

Green’s shot returned to him last season, while he remained one of the league’s best wing defenders.

Manu Ginobili 2016-17 season review: More tall tales for your grandkids

At 39, Ginobili delivered a solid season and more heroics than anyone could’ve anticipated.

Pau Gasol 2016-17 season review: Acclimation and reinvention

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.

Dewayne Dedmon 2016-17 season review: A true win-win

Dedmon quickly proved to be a smart signing, even if it might just be for a single season.

Kyle Anderson 2016-17 season review: Still buffering

Anderson’s production stagnated in year three, but he remains a deceptively effective, if underused, player.

David Lee 2016-17 season review: The Spurs’ supercharged super sub

The former All-Star carved out an important role in the Spurs’ fluid frontcourt rotation.

Bryn Forbes 2016-17 season review: A surprise signing who never stopped shooting

The undrafted rookie earned a roster spot in October and more minutes as the season went on.

LaMarcus Aldridge 2016-17 season review: he was better than you may think

The Spurs’ second banana didn’t turn in another All-Star campaign, but he still played a big part in the 61-win season.