On Wednesday, the Seattle Seahawks officially waived All-NBA linebacker Bobby Wagner.
“This is a very sad day for the club,” said general manager John Schneider. “Bobby Wagner has been at the heart of our defense and a role model for the club for the past ten seasons. He was special to us and will always be grateful to him. Bobby Wagner will always be a part of the Seattle Seahawks.”
Bobby Wagner also thanked the Seattle Seahawks on social media, saying Seattle will “always be my home.”
The Seattle Seahawks also traded quarterback Russell Wilson to the Broncos at the center of the offense. Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner were drafted on the same day in the 2012 draft and said goodbye to the Seattle Seahawks 10 years later.
Cutting Bobby Wagner would free up $16.6 million in cap space for the Seattle Seahawks, but would also open a big hole for the defense. The most likely replacement for him at the moment is Cody Barton, who replaced Bobby Wagner with a knee injury last season.
On Tuesday, it was reported that the Tennessee Titans signed outside linebacker Harold Landry to a five-year extension for a total salary of $87.5 million, including a guaranteed $52.5 million.
Harold Landry, 25, had one of the best performances of his career last season. He finished the year with 12 sacks, a personal high, and made him the first Tennessee Titans pass rusher to have double-digit sacks in a season since Brian Orakpo (10.5).
In a 19-16 playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Tennessee Titans tied the playoff record with nine sacks on the defensive front four, including 1.5 by Harold Landry.
Harold Landry also completed 49 presses on the quarterback, 22 hits on the quarterback, 21 forcing a quick shot, and 14 tackles for lost yards. He participated in 89.5% of last season’s defensive files, and his health and durability are also evident. Not only does he have an excellent run defense, but he can also match up against tight ends inside the 10-yard line.
On March 10, the NBA officially announced the latest rookie list. Evan Mobley continued to top the list, Cunningham overtook Barnes to second place, and the second-place pick Green advanced two places to sixth. . The following is the detailed list:
Evan Mobley, Cleveland Cavaliers
Season averages: 14.6 points, 8.2 rebounds, 2.6 assists
Last week’s stats: 12.0 points, 8.7 rebounds, 2.3 assists
Last week’s rank: 1
The top pick for Rookie of the Year is facing the biggest challenge of his career, how to help the team move forward after frontcourt partner Jarrett Allen was sidelined with a fractured left middle finger. Unlike Garland, who needs Mobley to share more of the scoring when he’s out, what he needs now is to play longer at center. The decline in the record and the competition for ROY by Cunningham and Barnes behind him will bring double pressure to Mobley. Before the Cavaliers enter the playoffs, Mobley still has a lot of tasks on his shoulders.
Cade Cunningham, Detroit Pistons
Season averages: 16.5 points, 5.8 rebounds, 5.2 assists
Last week’s stats: 22.5 points, 9.0 rebounds, 5.8 assists
Last week’s rank: 3
It wasn’t Cunningham’s four straight 20-plus games that got his supporters chanting his name in ROY’s selection, or the 21.4 points, 7.8 rebounds and 5.5 rebounds he averaged since Feb. 17. assists, but a +4.4 plus-minus helped the Pistons to a 6-2 record in the past period and a plus-8.3 over the past week’s 3-1 loss. Granted, Canning’s safety star averaged as many as 19.1 shots per game after the game (compared to Jokic’s 17.2 per game), but many of his shots came in clutch moments and tended to be inside rather than early in the season. beyond the three-point line.
Scotty Barnes, Toronto Raptors
Season averages: 14.9 points, 7.6 rebounds, 3.3 assists
Last week’s stats: 17.0 points, 9.3 rebounds, 4.0 assists
Last week’s rank: 2
As the only Rookie of the Year in the history of the Raptors, Vince Carter gave Barnes a high evaluation: “He is calm, composed, loves the game. You can put him in any position, he can defend Opponents at every position. The Raptors already have a rising star.” Versatility is where Barnes has the advantage, and the point forward currently leads all rookies in total offensive rebounds (146, leading Mobley 35).
Curry’s 16 All-Star 3-pointers and the Kobe Bryant Cup didn’t act as a boost to Golden State’s start to the second half. Instead, they were just as Toscano Anderson did in the All-Star Weekend Slam Dunk Contest — a little tedious and disappointing.
Seven games after the All-Star break, the Warriors suffered their season-longest five-game losing streak and slipped further to third in the Western Conference. The only two wins were against the Portland Trail Blazers and Los Angeles Clippers, who lacked most of their main force. And if you count the five games leading up to the All-Star break, Golden State has lost nine of its past 12 games. The sudden downturn was both unexpected and reasonable.
As we all know, the Warriors are known for their excellent off-ball movement and selfless sharing of the ball. So far this season, the Warriors have ranked third in the league in assists per game and first in assist rate. From the start of the season until last month’s slump, the Warriors led 29 other teams in the league by averaging 314.1 passes per game, but their average has plummeted to 288.4 over the past 12 games. , only ranked 12th. Losing a familiar rhythm on offense made the Warriors insecure, with more than one sudden power outage.
The game against the Jazz was also the first game of the Warriors’ slump. They scored 58 points in the first 27 and a half minutes, and only scored 27 points in the last 20 minutes; in the first game against the Lone Ranger, with 10 remaining. He was tragically reversed with a 19-minute lead; he lost to the Lakers and scored 42 points in the second quarter, but was reversed with only 22 points in the final quarter; even in today’s game against the Clippers to end the losing streak, he once took a 29-point lead. The Warriors, in the fourth quarter, played with all the main force against the opponent’s full bench, and was once reduced to 11 points by the opponent. The “king of the third quarter” we are familiar with has now become the “death of the third quarter”. In the past 12 games, the third quarter was -3.2 points per 100 rounds; the fourth quarter was -18.9 points per 100 rounds, ranking first 29th in the league, just ahead of the New York Knicks.
Obviously, the problem of physical reserves is one of the main reasons for the collapse of the distal quarter. The long season is undoubtedly a huge test for the physical strength of the Warriors. You must know that the Splash Brothers are no longer young. Clay, who has yet to play back-to-back games this season out of an abundance of caution, and Curry, who turns 34 next year, is averaging 34.8 minutes per game this season, the most he’s played since the 2014-15 season. The shortened rotation brought about by the Warriors’ injury has undoubtedly exacerbated the impact of this problem.
It is worth mentioning that, although Kerr revealed in a recent interview that he will let Curry re-adjust the playing time allocation of “12-6-12-6”, in today’s game with the Clippers, Curry It didn’t go back to the familiar appearance mode.
Equally appalling is the Warriors’ defensive efficiency.
The Warriors are most proud of their defensive improvement this season. For a long time, they have ranked first in defensive efficiency. However, since Draymond Green, the mainstay of the team’s defense, was sidelined by injury, the Warriors’ defense has deteriorated, ranking only sixth in the league in defensive efficiency over the past period, allowing as many as 116.1 points per 100 possessions. As of March 9, the Warriors have fallen from the top of the defensive efficiency rankings and have been overtaken by the recent hot Boston Celtics.
Due to the lack of sufficient rim protection height in the penalty area, the defensive lineup is often very cramped when facing tall centers. Among the top 12 teams in the league, only the Warriors have fewer than two players over 6 feet 10 inches, and the only player in the league, James Wiseman, has not played so far this season. . While the No. 2 overall pick in 2020 is headed to the G League for two games, it’s unclear when he will make his NBA debut. Fortunately, Green, who has been sidelined since Thompson’s return, is expected to return in the March 15 game against the Wizards.
The Warriors are one of the few things to be happy about recently, as well as the timely explosion of rookie Moses Moody. After more than half a season of honing, Moody seems to have finally adapted to NBA-level rhythm and confrontation. In the final quarter against the Mavericks, Moody made all five shots, including three from beyond the arc, almost helping the Warriors complete the comeback. Against the Nuggets, the Warriors, who rested all the main players, gave Moody unlimited firepower, and he finally scored a career-high 30 points.
In the past four games, the No. 14 pick last year made 23 of 38 shots and made 52.6 percent of his three-pointers. Coupled with Kuminga’s 42.3 percent three-point shooting percentage after the All-Star break, the two rookies’ perimeter firepower has been well complemented when Klay has been out of touch recently.
The talent gradually realized by the two rookies also corresponds to that sentence – the emperor pays off. The burden of revitalizing the Warriors’ rotation depth falls on Kuminga, Moody and Wiseman. The early completion of the lineup means that the Warriors have one more chance of winning the championship. Will the recovered Wiseman continue the footsteps of the two juniors and explode? The answer may be revealed.
On March 9, the NBA regular season ushered in a key matchup in the playoffs card battle, the Brooklyn Nets played away against the Charlotte Hornets. Previously, Durant’s comeback failed to help the team stop the losing streak. After a 120-126 loss to the Celtics, the Nets fell out of the top eight in the Eastern Conference.
In the last game, under the boos of Boston’s home fans, Irving felt mediocre, scoring 19 points, 4 rebounds and 6 assists on 8 of 18 shots. However, today, Irving scored a season-high 50 points like a god, becoming the key to the team’s winning streak.
At the beginning of the game, Irving sent a good pass and assisted the empty cut Brown to make a layup. Since then, whether it’s hitting the penalty area for an easy layup or creating damage in the opponent’s interior, Irving has shown a different aggressiveness on the offensive end. He scored 10 points on consecutive shots in the first quarter, led the Nets to a 34-20 dream start, and led the opponent by 26 points at halftime.
However, in the face of a large score gap, the Nets team was obviously slack in the second half. The offense was stagnant and the defense leaked, and the Nets were hit by the Hornets in a 12:0 offensive wave. Seeing that the lead was gradually eroded to only 13 points, Owen stood up and stopped the bleeding with a three-pointer. In this campaign, Irving got a lot of open shooting opportunities through a lot of off-the-ball running.
In addition to constantly scoring points, Irving also brings energy to the entire team’s offense. In this game, Irving attracted defense by constantly rushing to the basket, activating a number of outside shooters – Mills hit four three-pointers and Curry Jr. hit three three-pointers. At the same time, Irving also opened up space for his teammates. Zhuang Shen ate cakes one after another under the basket and scored a career-high 20 points for the Nets.
At the last critical moment of the game, Irving continued to score 16 points in the last quarter, completely suppressing the Hornets’ counterattack. In the end, the Nets defeated their opponents on the road, ending their four-game losing streak and returning to the eighth place in the Eastern Conference.
It is worth mentioning that, according to ESPN reports, Irving is the first guard after Jordan to score 50+ points with at least 75% shooting percentage. This is also the second time that Irving has achieved such a performance. On February 1, 2020, against the Bulls, Irving scored 54 points on 82.6 percent shooting.
On March 9, the NBA regular season, the Warriors beat the Clippers 112-97 at home, ending a five-game losing streak. Kuminga scored 21 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists, Poole had 20 points, Thompson had 20 points, Curry had 15 points, 5 assists and 3 steals, and Wiggins had 14 points, 11 rebounds and 3 blocks. For the Clippers, Batum scored 17 points and Morris had 11 points.
In the first quarter of the battle, the Clippers were mainly away from visitors. Batum scored consecutive long-range shots to help the team get a 7-2 start to seize the opportunity. However, this wave of starts did not last, which also caused them to fail to catch the Warriors. Start to expand the advantage. The Warriors only scored 4 points in the first 4 minutes and could not feel it at all, but the performance of the Clippers also gave the Warriors a chance to breathe. Rooney and Curry jointly scored 8 points to help the team overcome the passive start. At the end, the two sides walked side by side on the same starting line. Kennard’s three-pointer helped the Clippers regain a 4-point lead, but the Warriors then relied on the goals of Bjelica and Klay to tie the score to end the first quarter.
At the start of the second quarter, the Warriors changed from a bad start to seize the opportunity. Klay continued to score 5 points in a row, plus Poole’s three-pointer, the Warriors quickly gained the upper hand with a wave of 8-0 start. The Clippers relied on Kenner’s three-pointer to stop the bleeding, but the scene was not as good as the first quarter. They couldn’t attack even if they couldn’t defend well. In the quarter, Wiggins blew the attacking horn with a three-pointer, and then Curry also stood up one-in-one. With 5 points from outside, the Warriors launched a 14-0 offensive to establish a 17-point lead in one fell swoop. At the end, the Clippers recovered, but it was difficult to change their occupation. Poole made two three-pointers and the Clippers had no temper, which also made the goals of Reggie and Kennard look like a drop in the bucket. After halftime, the Warriors led the Clippers 54-36.
After the break, the Clippers still couldn’t find the state, and the Warriors who held the lead performed even better. Moody and Wiggins made two three-pointers. The Warriors started with an 8-2 offensive and continued to expand their advantage. The Clippers are not the opponents of the Warriors at both ends of the offense and defense. Relying on Mann and Zubac to hit the basket again and again to score goals is not the way. Batum’s subsequent two three-pointers solved the urgent need. Bian Moody and Bjelica quickly scored three-pointers in a row to stabilize the situation. At the end of the Clippers, Kennard and Mann teamed up to hit two three-pointers, but on the opposite side, Poole and Klay teamed up to score 10 points and completely suppressed them. At the end of the three quarters, the Warriors led the Clippers 86-61 by 25 points.
At the beginning of the last quarter, the Clippers still couldn’t find the state. They didn’t score a point in the first 2 minutes, while the Warriors scored 4 points during the period, and the advantage increased to 29 points. After that, the Clippers finally found their form. Hood, who came off the bench, became the Raiders with two three-pointers and one person scored 8 points. In addition, Coffey scored 5 points during the period. The Clippers fired a 22-8 offensive to make the difference. Reduced to 15 points. The Clippers were still working hard after the timeout, and Boston also hit a three-pointer from the outside, but there was not much time left at this time. The Warriors used Klay’s key jumper to stop the bleeding, and the Clippers lost consecutive defensive rebounds and failed to go further. In the end, the Warriors avenged the Clippers at home and ended their 5-game losing streak.
On March 8, the NBA regular season resumed. The Lone Ranger led by a maximum of 20 points, withstood the opponent’s counterattack in the distal quarter, and finally defeated the Jazz at home to celebrate their five-game winning streak. In this campaign, Doncic scored 16 points in the first quarter, contributed 35 points, 16 rebounds and 7 assists, Dinwiddie 23 points, Finney Smith 21 points and 5 rebounds; Jazz, Bogdanovic 21 points, Mitchell 17 Gobert had 12 points and 13 rebounds, and Clarkson scored 19 points off the bench.
At the beginning of the game, Doncic fed Powell to take the lead. After Boyang hit a three-pointer, Mitchell responded with a strong 2+1. The Lone Ranger suddenly opened fire from the outside, hit three three-pointers in a row to take the lead, and Bo Yang attacked the inside and hit two goals tenaciously. Doncic scored 8 points in consecutive singles by virtue of his personal ability. After Boyang hit a three-pointer, the Jazz continued to catch up with two goals in a row. Gobert made a free throw to break the personal scoring drought, and the Lone Rangers led 30-24 by 6 points at the end of the first quarter.
In the second quarter of the game, the Jazz suddenly lost power, and the Lone Ranger played a 7-0 offensive wave to widen the difference to more than double digits. The Jazz recovered in time, stormed the inside line with three consecutive goals to stop the decline, and the Lone Ranger made two more three-pointers to maintain the lead. After that, the two sides fought fiercely around the point difference of about 10 points. Finney-Smith scored 5 points in a row, the Jazz continued to hit the basket frequently and succeeded, and the three-pointer from the outside quickly narrowed the point difference. Doncic made a free throw to stabilize the situation, Finney-Smith made a tip-up, and the Lone Ranger led 60-49 at halftime with 11 points.
After changing sides and fighting again, Doncic’s technical offender gave the opponent 1 point, and the hit rate of both sides dropped significantly. In the half quarter, the Lone Ranger only relied on two three-pointers to get 6 points, and the Jazz failed to seize the opportunity to narrow down. Point difference, consecutive shots missed. The Lone Ranger recovered faster, and the dislocation made a 9-0 offensive against White Side with three consecutive three-pointers to expand the lead. Mitchell made a difficult throw, and Doncic scored 5 points in a row to widen the difference to 20 points. Gay stepped forward and scored 5 points in a row to stop the bleeding. After three quarters, the Mavericks led 85-68 with 17 points.
In the fourth quarter, the two sides continued to attack each other. The Jazz scored 4 points in a row with penalties, and Gay made a three-pointer. The Lone Ranger continued to hit the basket and scored points to maintain the lead. After Clarkson made two free throws, Gobert succeeded on the inside, and the Lone Ranger successfully challenged the ball and made two three-pointers to expand the lead. The Jazz fought back and scored 8-2 to reduce the point difference to single digits. Clarkson also made a three-pointer. Doncic made a free throw, then made a steal and assisted Finney-Smith with a dunk. The Lone Ranger maintained the advantage to the end. In the end, the Lone Ranger beat Jazz and won 5 consecutive victories.
On March 8, the NBA regular season continued. The Atlanta Hawks challenged the Detroit Pistons away. Cunningham made two free throws to overtake the score 1.6 seconds before the end of regular time. Collins then made two free throws to drag the game into overtime. At the moment, the Eagles missed the opportunity to equalize one after another, and finally the Pistons beat the Eagles 113-110, and they liked to mention the three-game winning streak.
In this campaign, Cunningham scored 28 points, 6 rebounds and 10 assists, including 15 points in the fourth quarter and overtime, Grant 23 points, Bagley 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Hayes 13 points and 6 assists.
In this campaign, Sadiq Bay made a three-pointer for the Pistons to open the scoring, and Trae Young immediately responded with a long shot. . In the following time, the Pistons’ offense was cut off, and the Eagles played a 10-2 offensive. After Hunter hit a jumper, the Eagles led 24-17. After you sang, I came on stage, and the Pistons fought back. Cunningham made a layup before the end of the quarter, and the Pistons tied the score at 29. Gallinari then made two free throws, and after the first quarter, the Eagles led 30-29.
Back in the second quarter, the Eagles second lineup used the combination of inside and outside to widen the difference again. After Gallinari hit a three-pointer, the Eagles led 44-35. After that time, the Eagles’ offense stagnated, and the Pistons took the opportunity to play a 10-0 offensive. After Grant hit a three-pointer, the Pistons overtook 45-44. In the following time, the two teams confronted each other. After Deron Wright made a breakthrough, the halftime ended and the Eagles fell behind 56-59.
In the second half, changing sides and fighting again, Collins made a layup, Capela and Grant also hit one after another, and the Eagles played a 7-0 offensive to overtake the score in one fell swoop. In the following time, the shooting percentages of both sides were very inefficient, which also led to the slow climb of the score. With Killian Hayes soaring in a three-pointer, the third quarter ended, and the Pistons led 78-76.
At the end of the quarter, Louis Williams scored 5 points in a row, Gallinari also hit a three-pointer, and the Eagles played an 8-1 offensive to regain the initiative. After a period of stalemate, the Pistons blossomed more and caught up with the score again. Killian Hayes hit one of two free throws 2 minutes before the end, and the Pistons rewritten the score to 97-95. Bogdanovic scored 2+1, and the Eagles rewritten the score to 98-97. Hunter made two free throws for fouls, and the Eagles led by 1 point. Cunningham made two free throws for a foul with 1.2 seconds left, and the Pistons led 101-100. Collins then also caused a foul and hit one of the two free throws. The two sides entered overtime at 101.
In overtime, the Pistons took the lead, and Cunningham scored consecutive points from outside shots to help the Pistons lead 111-106. The two sides formed a confrontation after that, and the Pistons finally defeated their opponents 113-110.
On March 8, the NBA regular season played another game. The Miami Heat played against the Houston Rockets at home. The Heat gradually took the initiative in the second quarter, and finally defeated the Rockets 123-106, ushering in a three-game winning streak and continuing to lead the East.
In this campaign, Herro scored 31 points off the bench, Butler 21 points and 7 rebounds, Adebayo 18 points and 10 rebounds, and Oladipo came back with 11 points.
For the Rockets, Porter Jr. had 22 points and 5 rebounds, Green had 20 points, Shen Jing had 13 points and 8 rebounds, and Wood was absent.
In this game, Lowry, the core of the backcourt of the Heat, returned after 4 games of truce. Oladipo returned after 333 days. Morris continued to be injured. The Rockets core Wood was temporarily absent due to illness. Absent with Garuba. After Matthews missed a three-pointer at the beginning of the first quarter, he accidentally slapped his foot and was replaced. Butler made a breakthrough and hit the first goal. Porter Jr. and Dun Luo scored a three-pointer. Adebayor and Shen Jing each scored 2. point. Green sent an interference ball, Green scored two three-pointers in a row, Tucker scored 4 points in a row, Porter Jr. and Butler each scored 2 points, Green scored two three-pointers, Shenjing scored inside and Porter Jr.’s three-pointer extended their 9-point advantage . Both sides scored 4 points each. Butler led a 6-2 offensive to chase points. Oladipo’s return sparked cheers from the home fans. Nuwaba scored 2 more points. The Heat trailed the Rockets 25-32 in the first quarter. The Rockets made 6 of 14 three-pointers in the first quarter, Green scored 14 points on 5 of 7 (4 of 6 of 3-pointers), the Heat scored 1 of 3 of 3 points, and Butler scored 10 of 3 of 4 points.
At the beginning of the second quarter, the Heat chased 5 points in a row. Martin Jr. continued to hit the inside to lead a wave of 10-2 offensive to expand the advantage. Oladipo made a three-pointer for the first goal of his comeback. The Knicks responded with a three-pointer at the buzzer, Herro hit two layups, Porter Jr. hit a three-pointer, and the Rockets scored another 4 points to gain a 13-point advantage. Herro made a three-pointer and Butler scored 2+1 points, Porter Jr. scored 5 more points, and Butler scored 4 consecutive points inside. -58 go-ahead rocket. In the first two quarters, 3 of the Rockets scored in double figures, Porter Jr. scored 4 three-pointers and 16 points, Green had 14 points and Shen Jing had 12 points, 2 of the Heat scored in double figures, and Herro scored 5 three-pointers and 21 points (all from the second quarter). ) with Butler 18 points.
Changing sides to fight again, Dunro made a three-pointer and Adebayor made a counter-basket, Green made a mid-range shot to chase points, and Tucker made a three-pointer and Porter Jr. made three free throws to attack. After Adebayor’s 2+1, he quickly got the fourth foul and was substituted. The offensive efficiency of both sides declined and then each scored 3 points in 3 minutes. Butler made a mid-range shot. Christopher made two consecutive three-pointers, Dunro responded with a three-pointer and Herro made a layup, and Dedmon scored 4 points in a row to gain a 15-point advantage. The Rockets responded with a 6-3 offensive to chase points. At the end of the three quarters, the Heat led the Rockets 90-78. In the first three quarters, the Rockets scored 3 in double figures. Porter Jr. scored 19 points and Green scored 18 points. The Heat scored 4 in double figures. Butler scored 21 points with Herro scored 23 points.
The Heat entered the fourth quarter with a 12-point advantage. Adebayor made a mid-range shot and Tate hit the inside line. Lowry was knocked down by Tate and was dissatisfied with eating T. Christopher made a free throw. Oladipo gliding dunks, Nuwaba hits inside, and Kereb Martin makes up for the dunks. Christopher chased 4 points in a row, Martin Jr. dunked, Oladipo and Porter Jr. scored a three-pointer. Herro and Adebayor successively consolidated their advantages by 2+1, and Adebayor continued to dunk to help the Heat gain a 20+ advantage. The game has lost its suspense in advance and entered garbage time. In the end, the Heat defeated the Rockets and completed the sweep for two consecutive seasons.
On December 15, 1996, the San Antonio Spurs played against the Dallas Mavericks at home. David Robinson received a pass from Avery Johnson and made an 8-foot mid-range shot. The Spurs beat the Mavericks 106-105. Greg – Popovich’s first win as a head coach.
26 years later On March 8, 2022, the San Antonio Spurs played against the Los Angeles Lakers at home. Relying on Dejounte Murray’s 26 points, 10 rebounds, 8 assists and 3 steals, the Spurs defeated the Lakers 117-110. Povic won the 1,335th regular-season game of his coaching career, tying Don Nelson for the most in history.
Popovich tied the old Nelson tied for the first place in history. It is worth mentioning that Popovich played 370 fewer games. In terms of win percentage, he is second only to Zen master Phil Jackson among the top ten coaches in wins.
What is the concept of 1335 wins! Of the 32 teams in the league, as many as six have fewer wins than Popovich, and three of them have been in the league for far longer than Popovich has coached.
Important stats from Popovich’s coaching career
Debut: December 11, 1996 (47)
Regular season record: 1335-693
Playoff record: 170-114
Overall Championship: 5
Best Coach: 3 (2003/2012/2014)
Major milestones in Popovich’s career
Game 1: Dec. 11, 1996: Spurs 76-93 Suns
Game 500: March 3, 2003: Spurs 97-88 Rockets
Game 1000: March 17, 2009: Spurs 76-78 Thunder
Game 1500: Nov. 12, 2015: Spurs 113-101 Trail Blazers
Game 2000: January 6, 2022: Spurs 99-97 Celtics
Win 1: Dec. 15, 1996: Mavericks 105-106 Spurs
Win 100: April 17, 1999: Trail Blazers 80-81 Spurs
200th win: February 25, 2001: Spurs 107-104 Mavericks
Win 300: January 6, 2003: Spurs 94-86 Clippers
400th win: November 13, 2004: Heat 84-93 Spurs
500th Win: March 3, 2006: Mavericks 89-98 Spurs
600th win: January 13, 2008: Timberwolves 88-105 Spurs
700th Win: Dec. 20, 2009: Pacers 99-100 Spurs
800th win: January 1, 2012: Jazz 89-104 Spurs
900th win: March 23, 2013: Jazz 97-104 Spurs (OT)
1000th win: February 10, 2015: Spurs 95-93 Pacers
1100th win: Nov. 22, 2016: Mavericks 91-96 Spurs
1200th win: October 28, 2018: Lakers 106-110 Spurs