No matter who takes the floor for the San Antonio Spurs, it seems they are unbeatable at home this season.
The Western Conference franchise were without Kawhi Leonard, Danny Green, Patty Mills and Boris Diaw against the Memphis Grizzlies but still managed an 110-104 win.
The victory improved their record at the AT&T Center this season to 37-0 and equalled the tally of the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls.
The Michael Jordan-led team of the '90s lost their 38th home game to Charlotte, and the Spurs will have a chance to make the record their own when they welcome the New Orleans Pelicans to Texas on the final day of March.
Gregg Popovich's men have a great chance of going the whole season unbeaten at home but face tough games against the Golden State Warriors and Oklahoma City Thunder in their final two outings in their arena.
Popovich will continue to rest a number of his key players ahead of the playoffs, but the sheer depth of their roster could carry them through.
The Warriors also have a chance to match the single-season home record; they currently sit on 34-0 at the Oracle Arena. The Spurs could put an end to their run when they clash in the Bay on April 8.