Tim Duncan sets record for wins with one team

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Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili just set the NBA record for wins by a trio.

But Duncan is in his own class.

With the Spurs’ 94-84 win over the Knicks last night, Duncan set the NBA record for wins with a single team.

The leaderboard:

1. Tim Duncan, 954 (Spurs)

2. John Stockton, 953 (Jazz)

3. Karl Malone, 919 (Jazz)

4. John Havlicek, 824 (Celtics)

5. Kobe Bryant, 823 (Lakers)

Kobe – who set the record for most seasons with one team – should pass Havlicek for fourth place any week now. But Dirk Nowitzki (816 wins with the Mavericks) could pass Kobe before the season ends – or maybe even before Kobe passes Havlicek.

Duncan now sits third in all-time wins with any team. He could catch Robert Parish (1,014) for second if San Antonio has an amazing season. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1,074) is out of reach for now.