Year 2 saw Murray take over the starting PG position for good.
Another role player thrown into the fire, but his energy and hustle was the fuel that kept the Spurs going.
Gasol embraced a do-it-all role this season, even though his contract overshadows his performance.
Slow Mo showed he was up for the task when faced with the first major role of his career.
He was great for the Spurs...when he was available.
His offensive performance suffered severely, but his defense and leadership remain invaluable.
The Latvian forward was pretty much the same player as last season. Is that good or bad?
The second-year guard showed improvement despite being thrown into a larger role than expected.
The Spurs’ GOAT point guard returned from a devastating injury but eventually ceded his job to Dejounte Murray.
After a promising preseason, a finger injury appeared to rob the third-string big man of most of his production.
A mysterious quad injury robbed the Spurs of all but 9 games from their MVP.
Another rookie guard who couldn’t quite crack the rotation.
The rookie only appeared in glimpses for the Spurs but showed plenty of promise in the G-League.