|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Southwest Division||103.5 (2nd)||92.9 (1st)|
Wed Apr 13
|W 96 - 91||at DAL|
Sun Apr 17
|W 106 - 74||MEM|
Tue Apr 19
|W 94 - 68||MEM|
Fri Apr 22
|W 96 - 87||at MEM|
Sun Apr 24
|W 116 - 95||at MEM|
Sat Apr 30
|W 124 - 92||OKC|
Mon May 2
|L 98 - 97||OKC|
Fri May 6
|W 100 - 96||at OKC|
Sun May 8
|L 111 - 97||at OKC|
Tue May 10
|L 95 - 91||OKC|
Thu May 12
|L 113 - 99||at OKC|
Garino agreed to a deal Friday with the Spurs, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports.
Garino played summer league with the Magic, averaging 12.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game. The 23-year-old hit 43 percent of his 3-pointers in his senior season with George Washington, and his 6-foot-10 wingspan leaves Garino with plenty of potential as he joins the Spurs this coming season.
The second year of the contract is a player option. Lee split his 2015-16 campaign between the Celtics and Mavericks, finishing the year with combined averages of 7.8 points, 5.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists over 16 minutes per game. The 11-year veteran will join the Spurs in hopes of making championship run and he should provide a depth option in the frontcourt behind starters LaMarcus Aldridge and Pau Gasol. Lee finished this past season on the injured list with a partially torn plantar fascia in his right heel, but it's unclear if the injury is still a factor at this point in time.
Simmons averaged 16.0 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game in four Las Vegas Summer League contests.
As a 26-year-old, Simmons is a bit late to the party. During his rookie campaign last season, the Houston product appeared in 55 games for the ageless Spurs and averaged 6.0 points and 1.7 rebounds per game. If the season started today, Simmons might just make the roster. But, the emergence of Kyle Anderson this summer combined with Manu Ginobili's decision to return for another season could ultimately keep the 6-foot-6 guard off the roster when 2016-17 campaign rolls around.
Jean-Charles has officially signed with the Spurs.
Jean-Charles' deal with the Spurs was expected to be announced some time this summer, so Friday's signing officially makes him a member of the team. Drafted in the first round back in 2013, Jean-Charles has spent the last four years playing in the French Pro-A League, where he averaged 5.9 points and 4.6 rebounds in 21.2 minutes per game last season. At 6'9", 225 pounds and only 22 years old, Jean-Charles should add depth to the Spurs' wing options, as he looks to develop into another one of San Antonio's draft-and-stash success stories.
Ginobili is set to play with Argentina's national team this summer during the Olympic Games, but could miss Friday's exhibition outing versus the USA if the calf doesn't feel better over night. Even if he does play in that matchup, there's a good chance he remains limited, as Ginobili likely doesn't want to complicate the injury further. The injury isn't considered serious, however, so it shouldn't impact his training camp availability. After re-signing with the Spurs on a one-year, $14 million contract earlier this month, Ginobili is expected to take on his usual sixth-man role in his 15th NBA season.
|2015-16 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Kawhi Leonard , SF||21.2|
|RPG||LaMarcus Aldridge , PF||8.5|
|APG||Tony Parker , PG||5.3|
|FG%||LaMarcus Aldridge , PF||51.3|
|FT%||Kevin Martin , SG||89|
|3P%||Kawhi Leonard , SF||44.3|
|BLOCKS||LaMarcus Aldridge , PF||81|
|STEALS||Kawhi Leonard , SF||128|
|MPG||Kawhi Leonard , SF||33.1|
|Full Team Statistics|
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