Griffin opened the season with 27 points and 13 rebounds in Thursday's win in Portland.
Analysis: Griffin shot just 9 of 22 from the field, but he was 8 of 9 at the free-throw line and made a 3-pointer after hitting just six in 35 games last season. He also chipped in three steals Thursday.
Jordan showed in Thursday's season opener that his free-throw shooting has gotten no better, going 2 of 10 at the foul line.
Analysis: Jordan, who shot 43.0 percent from the free-throw line last season, shot just 2 of 7 from the field Thursday and finished with six points. He had 12 rebounds and only one block after ranking second in the NBA in both categories last season at 13.8 and 2.3, respectively.
Turner was limited to four points on 2-of-8 shooting with six rebounds Thursday.
Analysis: The high-priced backup is off to a bad start with his new team, going 3 of 15 from the field for seven points through two games. He did have five assists in the opener but had only one on Thursday.
Leonard is the first player to put together back-to-back 30-point, five-steal games since Eddie Jones did it for Miami in December 2002.
Analysis: Leonard followed his 35-point season opener with 30 in Thursday's win at Sacramento to go with five assists. He's made all 22 of his free throws. About the only thing he hasn't done well is shoot from 3-point range, going 1 for 8.
Parker missed all six of his field-goal attempts Thursday as he finished with just four points and two assists in 25 minutes.
Analysis: It appears the 34-year-old's decline will continue following a major step back last season. His minutes are only slightly down, but his 6.5 points and 3.0 assists per game are barely half his averages from last season.
Gasol had seven points, six rebounds and three turnovers Thursday.
Analysis: Gasol is off to a poor start with his new team despite being the Spurs' starting center, shooting a combined 4 of 11 from the field with nine points and 10 boards through two games. He averaged 16.5 points and 11.0 rebounds last season with Chicago.
Ingram, the second overall pick in June, had nine points on 4-of-6 shooting and grabbed three rebounds in 24 minutes off the bench in his NBA debut Wednesday.
Analysis: The 6-foot-9 Ingram spent one season at Duke, averaging 17.3 points and 6.8 rebounds as an immediate star for the Blue Devils. Pro scouts were tantalized by his 41 percent shooting on 3-pointers, and his lanky frame only heightened the comparisons to Kevin Durant.