The San Antonio Spurs recorded 553 wins in the span of January 1, 2010, to December 31, 2019. The best in the league followed by the Oklahoma City Thunder with 514, Warriors 505, Rockets 490 and Heat 488 among the top five teams.
Spurs tied the best record in 2011 with the Chicago Bulls at 61-21. They are the top seed in the West in four straight years from 2011-2014. Two Finals appearance with one title in 2014. The same year with Gregg Popovich win coach of the year award. Spurs recorded the franchise-best with 67 wins in 2016 that overshadowed by the Golden State Warriors 73-9. The year they acquired LaMarcus Aldridge.
The team did these things with the Big Three guys. They put the best roster since they were upset by the Memphis Grizzlies in 2011. Spurs dominate the Miami Heat led by LeBron James in 2014 after they blow their chance in 2013.
San Antonio just made one Western Conference Finals once in 2017. But the series didn’t pan out on their way as Zaza Pachulia help Kawhi Leonard reinjured his foot. The Warriors went to sweep the Spurs. Then the drama started with Kawhi sitting games and disagreement with the Spurs doctor.
The Spurs started the new era win 47 games and 48 for back to back years. The first time they missed since 2000 to win 50 games. Until this season the Spurs is on real struggle but slowly back to the eighth seed. The Spurs had young players to help and keep their chances for the 23rd playoff appearance.