San Antonio Spurs Tickets

San Antonio Spurs Schedule

Dec
16
Saturday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Dec
18
Monday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Dec
20
Wednesday
Moda Center - Portland OR
Dec
21
Thursday
Vivint Smart Home Arena - Salt Lake City UT
Dec
23
Saturday
Golden 1 Center - Sacramento CA
Dec
26
Tuesday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Dec
28
Thursday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Dec
30
Saturday
Little Caesars Arena - Detroit MI
Jan
02
Tuesday
Madison Square Garden - New York NY
Jan
03
Wednesday
Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia PA
Jan
05
Friday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Jan
07
Sunday
Moda Center - Portland OR
Jan
08
Monday
Golden 1 Center - Sacramento CA
Jan
11
Thursday
Staples Center - Los Angeles CA
Jan
13
Saturday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Jan
15
Monday
Philips Arena - Atlanta GA
Jan
17
Wednesday
Barclays Center - Brooklyn NY
Jan
19
Friday
Air Canada Centre - Toronto ON
Jan
21
Sunday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Jan
23
Tuesday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Jan
24
Wednesday
FedExForum - Memphis TN
Jan
26
Friday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Jan
28
Sunday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Jan
30
Tuesday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Feb
01
Thursday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Feb
03
Saturday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Feb
07
Wednesday
Talking Stick Resort Arena - Phoenix AZ
Feb
10
Saturday
Oracle Arena - Oakland CA
Feb
12
Monday
Vivint Smart Home Arena - Salt Lake City UT
Feb
13
Tuesday
Pepsi Center - Denver CO
Feb
23
Friday
Pepsi Center - Denver CO
Feb
25
Sunday
Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland OH
Feb
28
Wednesday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Mar
03
Saturday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Mar
05
Monday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Mar
08
Thursday
Oracle Arena - Oakland CA
Mar
10
Saturday
Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City OK
Mar
12
Monday
Toyota Center - Houston TX
Mar
13
Tuesday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Mar
15
Thursday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Mar
17
Saturday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Mar
19
Monday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Mar
21
Wednesday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Mar
23
Friday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Mar
25
Sunday
BMO Harris Bradley Center - Milwaukee WI
Mar
27
Tuesday
Capital One Arena - Washington DC
Mar
29
Thursday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Apr
01
Sunday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Apr
03
Tuesday
Staples Center - Los Angeles CA
Apr
04
Wednesday
Staples Center - Los Angeles CA
Apr
07
Saturday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Apr
09
Monday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Apr
11
Wednesday
Smoothie King Center - New Orleans LA
Oct
18
Thursday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX
Oct
23
Tuesday
AT&T Center - San Antonio TX

About San Antonio Spurs

About the San Antonio Spurs
In 1972, the Dallas Chaparrals decided they had enough of lackluster play and poor crowds. They packed up and moved down I-35 to San Antonio, where they became known as the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs would play the next 4 seasons in a league known as the ABA, or American Basketball Association, before the ABA and NBA merged in 1977. The Spurs had the same success in the NBA as they had in the ABA; they have only missed the playoffs 4 times, and have won at least 50 games per season for 18 years straight - an NBA record. The team has had two Hall of Famers suiting up in silver and black - George Gervin and David Robinson - with many more to come.

The Spurs set a high standard for winning, making the playoffs for 6 consecutive years after drafting Robinson in 1987. Despite that, a playoffs win still eluded them. In 1997, the Spurs finished the season with a 20-62 record, which was so bad they fired head coach Bob Bass and replaced him with their general manager: Gregg Popovich. When the 1997 NBA Draft Lottery came around, though, the Spurs got the balls to go their way, and got the top pick in the NBA Draft. They used it on Wake Forest power forward Tim Duncan, and the rest is history.

Duncan has led the Spurs to the playoffs every year, with 50 wins every year he's been in the NBA. He's also led the team to win 5 NBA championships. Along with Duncan, Popovich has found many other star players, like Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, and Kawhi Leonard, and now Lamarcus Aldridge has been added to the mix. The Spurs aren't flashy like other teams; they do things their own way, and it's really a plan for success.


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SPURS INJURY REPORT – 12/16/17
Sat, 16 Dec 2017 12:16:25 -0600

Kyle Anderson (left MCL sprain), Kawhi Leonard (return from injury management) and Tony Parker (return from injury management) are out fo



​SPURS INJURY REPORT – 12/14/17
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 16:52:35 -0600

Danny Green (tightness, left groin) and Kawhi Leonard (right quadriceps tendinopathy) are probable for tomorrow’s Spurs-Rockets game.


​SPURS INJURY REPORT – 12/11/17
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 16:59:42 -0600

Danny Green (tightness, left groin) and Kawhi Leonard (right quadriceps tendinopathy) are probable for tomorrow’s Spurs-Mavericks game.



​SPURS INJURY REPORT – 12/9/17
Sat, 09 Dec 2017 11:09:24 -0600

Kyle Anderson (left MCL sprain), Pau Gasol (rest), Manu Ginobili (rest), Kawhi Leonard (right quadriceps tendinopathy) and Tony Parker (r


SPURS INJURY REPORT – 12/7/17
Thu, 07 Dec 2017 15:37:37 -0600

Kyle Anderson (left MCL sprain) and Kawhi Leonard (right quadriceps tendinopathy) are out for tomorrow’s Spurs-Celtics game.


SPURS INJURY REPORT – 12/5/17
Tue, 05 Dec 2017 16:17:43 -0600

Rudy Gay (sore right heel) and Joffrey Lauvergne (right middle mallet finger) are probable for tomorrow's Spurs-Heat game.


SPURS INJURY REPORT – 12/4/17
Mon, 04 Dec 2017 13:37:53 -0600

Rudy Gay (sore right heel) and Joffrey Lauvergne (right middle mallet finger) are probable for tonight’s Spurs-Pistons game.


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