Boban Marjanovic Scores a Career-High 18 Points vs. the Sixers (VIDEO)

by December 08, 2015


The San Antonio Spurs enjoyed the largest margin of victory in franchise history Monday night, taking down the woeful Philadelphia Sixers 119-68, and their gigantic rookie center Boban Marjanovic shined with a career-best 18 points.

Sixers fans fell in love with the big fella. who had just returned from a stint in the D-League.

Per the Express-News:

In his second game with the Austin Spurs, he broke one of the rims at the Cedar Park Events Center with a dunk, causing a delay. Back with the big club on Monday, Marjanovic scored a season-best 18 points in a 119-68 obliteration of Philadelphia, and could offer the sad-sack 76ers this bit of consolation about the constitution of the Wells Fargo Center. […] “They are better rims here,” Marjanovic said.


The 51-point margin surpassed a 49-point win over Vancouver in November 1995. It left coach Gregg Popovich to sympathize with his Philadelphia counterpart and former Spurs assistant Brett Brown, whose team plummeted to 1-21. […] “What’s tough is I know he’s a hell of coach, but it’s not a fair battle talent-for-talent,” Popovich said. “It’s ridiculous.”


With LaMarcus Aldridge scoring 20 of his season-best 26 points in the first half, the Spurs raced out to 65-29 lead at intermission.