Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Southwest Division105.3 (2nd)98.1 (1st)
Western Conference9th2nd
NBA14th2nd
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Power Forwards
1. L. Aldridge
2. D. Lee
Centers
1. D. Dedmon
2. P. Gasol
Small Forwards
1. K. Leonard
2. J. Simmons
Shooting Guards
1. D. Green
2. M. Ginobili
Point Guards
1. T. Parker
2. P. Mills
 
Last Updated: 04/23/2017
 
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Last Five Games
4/22 vs. MEM
D. GreenSF
D. LeeC
K. LeonardSF
T. ParkerPG
L. AldridgePF
 
4/20 vs. MEM
D. GreenSF
D. DedmonC
T. ParkerPG
K. LeonardSF
L. AldridgePF
 
4/15 vs. MEM
K. LeonardSF
T. ParkerPG
L. AldridgePF
D. GreenSF
D. DedmonC
 
4/12 vs. UTA
K. LeonardSF
D. DedmonC
T. ParkerPG
L. AldridgePF
D. GreenSF
 
4/10 vs. POR
T. ParkerPG
L. AldridgePF
D. GreenSF
K. LeonardSF
D. DedmonC

Most Frequent Lineup
 PPGRPGAPG
K. LeonardSF25.55.83.5
D. DedmonC5.16.50.6
T. ParkerPG10.11.84.5
L. AldridgePF17.37.31.9
D. GreenSF7.33.31.8
 
Notes
  • 81 different lineups used this season.
  • Most frequent lineup used in 2 games.

Other Frequent Lineups
2 Game(s)
D. GreenSF
T. ParkerPG
L. AldridgePF
K. LeonardSF
D. DedmonC
2 Game(s)
P. GasolPF
K. LeonardSF
D. GreenSF
T. ParkerPG
L. AldridgePF
1 Game(s)
T. ParkerPG
K. AndersonSG
P. GasolPF
D. LeeC
K. LeonardSF
1 Game(s)
T. ParkerPG
D. LeeC
J. SimmonsSG
D. GreenSF
D. DedmonC
1 Game(s)
T. ParkerPG
D. GreenSF
K. LeonardSF
L. AldridgePF
P. GasolPF

 
 
 

Manu Ginobili, #20, 6-6, 205
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6918.77.52.72.31.20.2
 
Pau Gasol, #16, 7-0, 250
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6425.412.42.37.80.41.1
 
News
Gasol compiled six points (2-9 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-4 FT), eight rebounds, one assist and two blocks over 27 minutes during Thursday's 105-94 loss to the Grizzlies in Game 3 of the Western Conference first-round playoffs.

Gasol once again outpaced starter Dewayne Dedmon by a notable margin in playing time, and he's now seen no less than 25 minutes in any of the first three games of the series. The veteran big man was a solid presence on the glass Thursday, hauling in a series-high amount of rebounds while also recording multiple blocks for the first time during the opening round. Gasol's productivity and experience should continue earning him plenty of opportunity throughout the postseason.

Tony Parker, #9, 6-2, 185
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6325.210.14.51.80.50.0
 
News
Parker was held scoreless (0-4 FG) over 19 minutes during Thursday's 105-94 loss to the Grizzlies in Game 3 of the Western Conference first-round playoff series, producing just one rebound overall.

The veteran point guard had served as an effective complementary scoring presence over the first two games of the series, averaging 16.5 points on 13 field-goal attempts and 53.8 percent shooting. Thursday proved to be the diametric opposite, as Parker was minimally involved in what was a fairly decisive loss and also saw a drop below 20 minutes for the first time in the series. This type of result was par for the course periodically for Parker during the regular season, however, so he could well bounce back with a much better outing in Game 4 on Saturday night.

David Lee, #10, 6-9, 245
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7918.77.31.65.60.40.5
 
News
Lee will start Game 4 against Memphis on Saturday, Mike Wright of ESPN reports.

The Spurs will be without Dewayne Dedmon due to illness on Saturday, so Lee will move into the lineup up front alongside LaMarcus Aldridge, and both he and fellow-veteran Pau Gasol should see slight increases in minutes. Through the first three games of the series, Dedmon had played 18, 10 and 10 minutes, respectively, so his absence won't necessarily be a major blow to the Spurs' rotation.

LaMarcus Aldridge, #12, 6-11, 260
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7232.417.31.97.30.61.2
 
News
Aldridge provided 16 points (5-8 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 6-10 FT), 11 rebounds, two assists and one block over 30 minutes during Thursday's 105-94 loss to the Grizzlies in Game 3 of the Western Conference first-round playoff series.

Aldridge bounced back from a lackluster Game 2 in which he scored just 11 points in 41 minutes. He recorded a series-high 10 visits to the charity stripe and his rebound total also served as a high-water mark over the first three games. Like Kawhi Leonard, Aldridge saw a notable drop in minutes as compared to Game 2 due to the double-digit deficit the Spurs faced in the second half, but he still managed to turn in his most productive all-around game of the series thus far. He'll look to keep the momentum going on Saturday night in Game 4.

Danny Green, #14, 6-6, 215
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6826.67.31.83.31.00.8
 
Patty Mills, #8, 6-0, 185
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
8021.99.53.51.80.80.0
 
News
Mills poured in 11 points (4-8 FG, 3-5 3Pt) and added two rebounds, one assist and one steal over 22 minutes during Thursday's 105-94 loss to the Grizzlies in Game 3 of the Western Conference first-round playoffs.

The veteran sharpshooter provided his usual complementary scoring contributions, tallying a series-high point total in the process. After taking only four shots in Game 1, Mills has been more involved in the subsequent two games, averaging 8.5 field-goal attempts over Games 2 and 3. Thursday, he bounced back from an 0-for-5 performance from behind the arc in Game 2 to drain 60 percent of his five three-point tries. His role figures to remain consistent over the course of the series, with minutes topping out in the low-to-mid-20s and the potential for double-digit scoring any time he's on the floor.

Kawhi Leonard, #2, 6-7, 230
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7433.425.53.55.81.80.7
 
News
Leonard registered 43 points (14-30 FG, 7-10 3Pt, 8-8 FT), eight rebounds, six steals and three assists across 44 minutes Saturday in a 110-108 loss to the Grizzlies in Game 4 of the series.

Leonard almost willed the Spurs to a 3-1 series lead Saturday, scoring San Antonio's final 16 points of regulation to take the game to overtime and tying the game with 17 seconds remaining in the extra period on a clutch three-pointer. In addition to his offensive exploits, the two-time Defensive Player of the Year made things difficult for the Grizzlies wings with the six thefts, one short of his total from the previous seven games combined. The do-everything forward is now averaging 32.5 points (on 58% shooting), 6.5 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 2.5 three-pointers and 2.0 steals in 36.5 minutes per game during the series.

DeWayne Dedmon, #3, 7-0, 245
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7617.55.10.66.50.50.8
 
Injuries
Illness - Probable for start of season (Updated - 4/23/17)
News
Dedmon will not play in Saturday's Game 4 against the Grizzlies due to illness.

Dedmon has started each of the first three games of the series, but he's seen a limited role, playing just 18, 10, and 10 minutes in each contest, respectively. In his absence Saturday, Pau Gasol will likely move into the starting lineup, with David Lee in line for increased minutes, as well. Consider Dedmon optimistically questionable for Tuesday's Game 5.

Jonathon Simmons, #17, 6-6, 195
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7817.86.21.62.10.60.3
 
News
Simmons managed 10 points (4-5 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 0-2 FT), three assists and two rebounds over 16 minutes during Thursday's 105-94 loss to the Grizzlies in Game 3 of the Western Conference first-round playoffs.

Simmons was out of the rotation entirely in Game 2 on Monday, but he received a series-high allotment of playing time in the double-digit loss Thursday. The 27-year-old also took his first three shots from behind the arc of the series and drained two, helping lead to a series-high scoring total. Like fellow reserve Kyle Anderson, Simmons offers some scoring upside off the bench, but his potential opportunity will be difficult to predict on a game-to-game basis now that the postseason has arrived.