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  The San Antonio Spurs set their franchise record for wins in a single season after improving to 64–12 with a victory over the Toronto Raptors on Saturday.

By SI Wire
April 03, 2016

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The San Antonio Spurs set their franchise record for wins in a single season after improving to 64–12 with a victory over the Toronto Raptors on Saturday.

San Antonio never trailed in the game, pulling off a 102–95 win in what proved to be very tight game. The Spurs were led by Kawhi Leonard and LaMarus Aldridge, who finished with 64 combined points. Leonard’s 33 points were a career high.

The Spurs previous-best regular season came in 2005–2006, when they finished 63–19.

After the game, San Antonio players talked about how they were not spending time focusing on the record.  

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''We don't pay attention, nor are allowed to care,'' San Antonio guard Danny Green said via the Associated Press. ''It's fun to be a part of something big, or be a part of history or make history, but we're looking at the bigger pictures.''

The win also improves San Antonio’s NBA record for most consecutive home wins in a season to 39.

The Spurs next play the Utah Jazz on the road Tuesday. 

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