Greg Popovich climbs on the third spot of the NBA All-time wins list after an incredible game

2019-01-11T10:26:56+00:00 2019-01-11T10:31:55+00:00.

Aris Barkas

11/Jan/19 10:26

The win of the Spurs over the Thunder was a game to remember, it included a tone of records and also it was historic for coach Gregg Popovich.

By Eurohoops team/

The San Antonio Spurs prevailed over the Oklahoma City Thunder 154-147 in double overtime and coach Gregg Popovich registred his 1.222nd career win as a head coach, moving him past Jerry Sloan for third place on the NBA’s all-time list.

Next up on the list is Lenny Wilkens, who finished his Hall of Fame career with 1.332 wins. Don Nelson passed Wilkens for the all-time lead in 2010, finishing with 1.335 wins.

On the court, LaMarcus Aldridge scored a career-high 56 points and the Spurs overcame Russell Westbrook’s triple-double with 24 points, 24 assists and 13 rebounds. Italian sharpshooter Marco Belinelli added 19 points for the Spurs who went a perfect 10-for-10 on 3-pointers in the first half and ended up making its first 14 3-pointers before a miss in the third quarter.

Here are last night’s results and the euro-scorers.

Team 1

Team 2


Miami Heat Boston Celtics 115-99

Jabusele 5 p. Their 2 p. 3 r.

Denver Nuggets Los Angeles Clippers 121-100

Jokic 18 p. 14 r. 10 as. Hernangomez 2 p. 3 r. – Gallinari 18 p. 3 r. 4 as. Gortat 6 p.1 r. Marjanovic 3 r.

San Antonio Spurs Oklahoma City Thunder 154-147

Schroder 14 p. – Bertans 14 p. 4 r. Belinelli 19 p. 2 r. Gasol 3 r. 3 as. Poeltl 1 r. 1 as.

Sacramento Kings Detroit Pistons 112-102

Bjelica 7 p. 5 r. 5 as. Bogdanovic 6 p. 3 r. 4 as. – Caldero 2 p. 3 r. 6 as.