San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich goes down in NBA history


In the American Basketball League (NBA), the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Chicago Bulls 120-104 and the head coach of the team, Gregg Popovich, became the third player in the history of the league to achieve this 1300th win.

In the Spurs field, which is in the middle of the Western Conference, he hosted the Bulls quickly and won a comfortable win.

In Spurs, Jakob Pöltl 20, DeMar DeRozan 17, Derrick White 16 points contributed significantly to his team’s victory.

In the Bulls, Nikola Vucevic’s 21 and Zach LaVine’s 18 were not enough to save their team from defeat.

With this victory of Spurs, head coach Popovich went down in NBA history. Popovich took his 1300th win in his league career and became the third head coach to reach that number.

Lenny Wilkens (1332) and Don Nelson (1335) had previously reached this number.

Leader Jazz Winner in House

The leader of the Western Conference beat the Memphis Grizzlies 126-110 at the Utah Jazz field.

The national basketball player Ersan Ilyasova, who played for 4 minutes in the Jazz, could not score, while Donovan Mitchell scored 35 points.

The 76ers lost on the road

The Philadelphia 76ers, leader of the Eastern Conference, lost 122-112 on the road to the Los Angeles Clippers.

Furkan Korkmaz, who took 12 minutes in 76ers, could not score, while Tobias Harris’s 29 was not enough to save his team from defeat.


Minnesota Timberwolves-Houston Rockets: 107-129

Milwaukee Bucks-New York Knicks: 96-102

Washington Wizards-Detroit Pistons: 106-92

San Antonio Spurs-Chicago Bulls: 120-104

New Orleans Pelicans-Dallas Mavericks: 112-103

Oklahoma City Thunder-Boston Celtics: 94-111

Utah Jazz-Memphis Grizzlies: 126-110

Los Angeles Clippers-Philadelphia 76ers: 122-112

Sacramento Kings-Cleveland Cavaliers: 100-98


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