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Yes, despite being often classified as one of the league's oldest teams, behind Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili, the team is fairly young.
Tiago Splitter is in his second year in the league, as is Gary Neal. Danny Green is currently in his third season, along with DeJuan Blair.
However, the biggest factor in this playoffs is rookie Kawhi Leonard.
The former San Diego State Aztec has been fantastic for the Spurs all season long with his defensive efforts, three-point shooting and hustle.
He has done a good job at guarding Kevin Durant, despite the difficulty of the task.
He has remained very professional all season long, specifically the playoffs, where many rookies crack under pressure.
Leonard, on the other hand, has provided San Antonio with nothing but beneficial attributes, such as his young legs and ability to play hard for long periods of time.
While their stars may be aging, San Antonio's role players definitely are young enough to hang with more athletic opponents.