Wednesday's 108-103 triumph over the Denver Nuggets, which was fueled by a 29-point effort from veteran big man Tim Duncan, was the San Antonio Spurs' 15th win in a row this season. In hitting the mark, the Spurs matched the second-longest winning streak in franchise history, per ESPN Stats & Info.
The 1995-96 edition of the Spurs, which featured star center David Robinson, set the team standard by reeling off 17 straight victories that season.
The surging Spurs' quest to set a new team record on the winning front resumes Friday, with a rematch against the 32-40 Nuggets on the road.
In the event of a Spurs win Friday, the team would then be in a position to equal the franchise-high with a triumph over the 31-40 New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday.
Should the Spurs end up taking their next two games, notching win No. 18 in a row would be no easy task, as the team's March slate concludes Monday with a road contest against the Indiana Pacers, who top the NBA's Eastern Conference standings with a 52-20 record.
Since Duncan entered the league in 1997-98, there have been eight NBA winning streaks longer than the Spurs' current roll of 15 games, but in that span, the team does hold the distinction of having recorded a league-high 16 streaks of 10 wins or more, per NBA.com.