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Spurs Prediction: How Many Wins Will San Antonio Get?

The San Antonio Spurs have 15 games left. How many of those will they win?

The San Antonio Spurs are on pace for their worst record in franchise history after losing 117-106 to the Denver Nuggets on Friday night at the Moody Center in Austin.

The team still remains at the bottom of the Western Conference standings with a 14-53 mark. With 15 games left on the schedule, the Spurs would need to play over .500 to match their win total from last year.

Victor Wembanyama San Antonio Spurs Nikola Jokic Denver Nuggets

It's very unlikely, but Bleacher Report thinks the Spurs can still make some noise at the end of the season, winning six more games and finishing with a 20-62 mark. 

"For the Spurs to reach 20 wins, they'd need this final month to produce about half as many wins (six) as the first four-plus months yielded (14)," Bleacher Report writes. 

A big reason why they believe the Spurs can reach that mark is the strong play from Victor Wembanyama, who has been tricky for opposing teams to stop all season long.

"Victor Wembanyama has lived up to the hype as a generational prospect while posting numbers we almost never see—from a first-year player or otherwise. If the season ended today, San Antonio's freshman phenom would be only the seventh player ever to average 20 points, 10 rebounds, three assists and three blocks," Bleacher Report writes.

If Wembanyama can finish strong, the Spurs could tack on a few more wins by playing spoiler against some teams with postseason aspirations.

The Spurs are back in action tomorrow night in Austin against the Brooklyn Nets. Tipoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. CT.