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2017 Schedule
61-21, 1st in Southwest
Stats & Info

Iguodala a hot commodity as free agent

After his best statistical season as a Warrior, Andre Iguodala, an unrestricted free agent, is drawing interest from the Timberwolves, Spurs, Clippers, 76ers, Magic, Nets and Jazz, sources tell ESPN.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

New Rockets guard Chris Paul was seriously interested in the Spurs, source told The Undefeated, but chance to play off ball and share point guard duties with guard James Harden was more attractive.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

League sources say James Harden is among those in Houston advocating for the signing of Chris Paul and has made that known to CP3 directly.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Story going online now: League sources tell me Houston has emerged as an increasingly serious threat to sign Chris Paul in free agency.

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1dChris Haynes

Sources: Iguodala targeted by several teams

The Timberwolves, Spurs, Clippers, 76ers, Magic, Nets and Jazz are among the teams interested in signing Andre Iguodala away from the Warriors in free agency, sources tell ESPN's Chris Haynes.

Goodman, Wise picking first-time MVP winners in 17-18 (1:05)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard wins Block of the Year award as voted on by fans. Leonard's block came on Houston's James Harden.

¿Quién ganará el JMV? (1:32)
Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports
2dAdam Reisinger

NBA awards preview: Spurs

As usual, San Antonio has finalists in several categories, including Coach of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and MVP.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The NBA announced Monday that Kawhi Leonard has been named to the NBA's All-Defensive First Team for the third consecutive season, and Danny Green was selected to the NBA's All-Defensive Second Team. The only Spur to ever win multiple Defensive Player of the Year awards, Leonard is the first San Antonio player to be named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team in three straight seasons since Bruce Bowen earned five straight selections.

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5dChad Ford

NBA draft grades: Spurs earn solid marks

The Spurs have a way of finding sleepers in the late first round, and they may have done it again this year with Derrick White at No. 29.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Spurs general manager R.C. Buford on the team possibly shopping LaMarcus Aldridge for a trade before the draft: "The thing I'd say is we've got a team that's won 128 games [since Aldridge's arrival], were in the conference finals. We're happy with the group we have. If we can make it better, we'll do it at any opportunity we can. But it's more than just players. It's the fit for our group, and our goals for this team are to continue to compete for championships, and LaMarcus helps us do that. So, that's where we sit with LaMarcus."

ESPN Stats and Information  

Spurs select Derrick White No. 29. White did not earn a Division I scholarship out of high school and played his first three seasons at University of Colorado-Colorado Springs.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

With the No. 29 overall pick, the Spurs selected Derrick White (G, Colorado). This is the latest that the first senior has come off the board in NBA draft history.

Pierce laughs at Aldridge's trade value (1:02)

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Phoenix might be the only team holding a top-10 pick that could acquire Aldridge with confidence that it isn't just a one-year engagement.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Any team trading for LaMarcus Aldridge has to know it can re-sign him. Which surely hampers San Antonio's efforts to acquire a top-10 pick

Max says Aldridge is a 'distressed asset' (2:03)
Stephen A. blames Aldridge for struggles with Spurs (1:53)

Team Stats

Points Per Game105.314th
Rebounds Per Game43.911th
Assists Per Game23.87th
Points Allowed98.12nd

Team History