My look at some of the best and worst performances from San Antonio's 119-68 victory over the 76ers Monday night at the Wells Fargo Center:
Best performance: It was a no-brainer to give this award to Boban Marjanovic. The Spurs reserve tripled his career-high with 18 points on 8-for-10 shooting. The 7-foot-3 center from Serbia only played a total of 17 minutes, 13 seconds all in the second half. He had thunderous dunk and an array of turnaround jumpers against the helpless Sixers. Marjanovic, who had averaged just 1.8 points and just 3.8 minutes prior to the game, was a fan favorite Monday night. The fans started cheering every time he scored. Marjanovic even took a selfie with fans after the game.
Worst performance: There's no way that Isaiah Canaan could have avoided receiving this award. The Sixers shooting guard was dealing with a sprained right ankle, and it showed. He failed to score a points while missing all six of his shots, including going 0-for-5 on threes. Canaan, however, did have a team-high five assists. But it's hard to overlook his being held scoreless for the first time since Feb. 11, when he was a Rocket.
Best defensive performance: This award goes to Nerlens Noel. The Sixers center finished with two steals and a blocked shot.
Best performance by a Sixer: Noel also gets this one. The 6-11, 223-pounder scored 13 points in 6 for 9 shooting. He also had six rebounds in addition to his two steals and block in 24 minutes.
Worst statistic: This goes to the Sixers' three-point shooting. They made just 4 of 24 three-point shots (16.7 percent).
Best statistic: This award goes to Spurs' shooting. San Antonio shot 61.8 percent from the field (47 of 76) en route to posting their largest margin of victory in franchise history.
Worst of the Worst: The Sixers performance. The 51-point setback was the fourth-worst margin of defeat in franchise history. And it could have been worse. San Antonio rested key players Kawhi Leonard, Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili.