While the San Antonio Spurs are in the midst of a little losing streak, the team still hasn't fallen below the .500 mark. History says that if they do, they won't be there long.

It's an incredible stat that has been broken down by the NBA. Since 1997, the San Antonio Spurs have spent just 48-days with a losing record.

Yes, just 48 days total. Less than two months in a stretch of over 20 years.

As you can see the next closest team is the Dallas Mavericks and they have spent more than 771 combined days total with a losing record.

For another point of reference, if the Spurs were to have a losing record for the rest of this season (November 3rd-April 11th) they would still only be at 207 total combined days with a losing record.

The Spurs host Charlotte tonight (November 3rd) with a 4-4 overall record.