2016-17 San Antonio Spurs Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 61-21
in the NBA's Southwest Division of the Western Conference
Postseason: 8-8 Lost conference finals
Conference First Round - Defeated Memphis Grizzlies 4-2
Conference Semifinals - Defeated Houston Rockets 4-2
Conference Finals - Lost to Golden State Warriors 4-0
Coach: Gregg Popovich (61-21)
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 755,347, Avg. 18,423 in 41 home dates
2016-17 San Antonio Spurs Statistics
2016-17 San Antonio Spurs Results

The San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association ended the 2016-17 season with a record of 61 wins and 21 losses, in the NBA's Southwest Division of the Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 8-8. Gregg Popovich coached the team. The 2016-17 San Antonio Spurs lost in the conference finals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
LaMarcus AldridgeFJuly 19, 19856'11"240TexasDallas, TX USA
Kyle AndersonSF-SGSeptember 20, 19936'9"230UCLANew York, NY US
Joel AnthonyCAugust 9, 19826'9"245UNLVMontreal, QU CAN
Davis BertansPFNovember 12, 19926'10"210Valmiera, LV
Dewayne DedmonCAugust 12, 19897'0"255
Bryn ForbesSGJuly 23, 19936'3"190Michigan StateLansing, MI US
Pau Gasol SaezFJuly 6, 19807'0"227noneBarcelona, ESP
Manu GinobiliFJuly 28, 19776'6"210noneBahia Blanca, ARG
Danny GreenG-FJune 22, 19876'6"210North CarolinaNorth Babylon, NY USA
Nicolas LaprovittolaPGJanuary 31, 19906'4"180Buenos Aires, AR
David LeeFApril 29, 19836'9"249FloridaSt. Louis, MO USA
Kawhi LeonardFJune 29, 19916'7"225San Diego St.Riverside, CA USA
Patrick MillsGAugust 11, 19886'0"175St. Mary'sCanberra, AUS
Dejounte MurrayPGSeptember 19, 19966'5"170Washington Seattle, WA US
Tony ParkerGMay 17, 19826'2"177noneBruges, BEL
Jonathon SimmonsSGSeptember 14, 19896'6"195Houston Houston, TX US


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