NBA Steals leaders 2016-17 season

All-NBA

PPlayerAvg.GP
1.John WallJohn Wall40
2.Chris Paul2.2236
3.Draymond Green1.9841
4.Trevor Ariza1.8946
5.Kawhi Leonard1.8540
6.Ricky Rubio1.8238
7.Thabo Sefolosha1.8040
8.G. Antetokounmpo1.8041
9.Stephen Curry1.7943
10.Paul George1.7735
11.Tony Allen1.7638
12.Jimmy Butler1.7442
13.Kyle Lowry1.6742
14.Thaddeus Young1.6742
15.Robert Covington1.6638
16.Paul Millsap1.5540
17.Jeff Teague1.5542
18.Eric Bledsoe1.5542
19.Andre Drummond1.5343
20.Russell Westbrook1.5244
21.Otto Porter1.5242
22.Rudy Gay1.5030
23.Marcus Smart1.4439
24.LeBron James1.4238
25.Trevor Booker1.4238
26.DeMarcus Cousins1.3941
27.Dwyane Wade1.3839
28.P.J. Tucker1.3642
29.T.J. McConnell1.3540
30.Rajon Rondo1.3435
31.James Harden1.3346
32.Avery Bradley1.3136
33.Mike Conley1.3033
34.K. Caldwell-P.1.3040
35.Anthony Davis1.2941

Hispanic players

PPlayerAvg.GP
1.Trevor ArizaTrevor Ariza46
2.Ricky Rubio1.8238
3.Manu Ginóbili1.2236
4.Marc Gasol1.0543
5.Sergio Rodríguez0.9237
6.Al Horford0.7232
7.José Juan Barea0.5018
8.Álex Abrines0.4637
9.Pau Gasol0.4139
10.Luis Scola0.3531

Rookie players

PPlayerAvg.GP
1.Malcolm BrogdonMalcolm Brogdon42
2.Troy Williams1.0024
3.Kris Dunn0.9543
4.Andrew Harrison0.9342
5.Caris LeVert0.8222
6.Joel Embiid0.8030
7.Tyler Ulis0.7027
8.Isaiah Whitehead0.6534
9.Rodney McGruder0.6239
10.Tomas Satoransky0.5927
(*) A player must play 70 percent of his team’s games (58) in order to be listed among the league leaders (35 percent for rookies and hispanic players)