Spurs set franchise record with 65th victory

Spurs set franchise record with 65th victory

The Spurs won again during their best regular season ever, just as Tim Duncan has done 1,000 times in his career.

Kawhi Leonard (18 points) made the go-ahead jumper with 4.9 seconds left as San Antonio beat Utah 88-86 in Salt Lake City on Tuesday night.

Rodney Hood missed the potential winning three-point shot at the buzzer as Utah fell a half-game behind Dallas for seventh place in the Western Conference.

Duncan is the third player with 1,000 victories in the regular season, following Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Robert Parish.

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