Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman was reminded of his team’s 0-12 record in the last 12 trips to San Antonio.

“I didn’t know,” Wittman said smiling during his pregame presser, “but thanks for reminding me.”
Wittman knows now, and he wasn’t smiling after the Wizards dropped their 13th straight road loss to the Spurs, 92-79, here at the AT&T Center on Wednesday night.

The Spurs jumped out to a 25-17 lead behind Kawhi Leonard’s eight first quarter points. Leonard finished with 13 points and three rebounds. Tony Parker led the way for the Spurs, scoring 16 points on 7-of-9 shooting.

Tim Duncan had a rough night, finishing with two points of 1-of-12 shooting, but he did add eight rebounds in his 26 minutes.

San Antonio shot 50.6 percent (39-of-77) in the win, while holding the Wizards to 36.3 percent shooting.

After finishing the last two games in double-digits, Danny Green went scoreless in 22 minutes of action against the Wizards. Center Tiago Splitter added 12 points and nine rebounds, while Manu Ginobili finished with 10 points and six rebounds.

The victory on Wednesday was San Antonio’s sixth straight win and 15th consecutive win over the Wizards. The Spurs are now 8-1 this season.