San Antonio Spurs Tickets
|Date/Time||Event & Venue/City|
|Apr 5, 2019
|Washington Wizards vs. San Antonio Spurs
|Date/Time||Event & Venue/City|
|Mar 20, 2019
|San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat|
|Mar 22, 2019
|Houston Rockets vs. San Antonio Spurs|
|Mar 24, 2019
|Boston Celtics vs. San Antonio Spurs|
|Mar 26, 2019
|Charlotte Hornets vs. San Antonio Spurs|
|Mar 28, 2019
|San Antonio Spurs vs. Cleveland Cavaliers|
|Mar 31, 2019
|San Antonio Spurs vs. Sacramento Kings|
|Apr 2, 2019
|San Antonio Spurs vs. Atlanta Hawks|
|Apr 3, 2019
|Denver Nuggets vs. San Antonio Spurs|
|Apr 5, 2019
|Washington Wizards vs. San Antonio Spurs|
|Apr 7, 2019
|Cleveland Cavaliers vs. San Antonio Spurs|
|Apr 10, 2019
|San Antonio Spurs vs. Dallas Mavericks|
|Apr 13, 2019
|NBA Western Conference First Round: San Antonio Spurs vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)|
|Apr 16, 2019
|NBA Western Conference First Round: San Antonio Spurs vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)|
|Apr 24, 2019
|NBA Western Conference First Round: San Antonio Spurs vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)|
|Apr 28, 2019
|NBA Western Conference First Round: San Antonio Spurs vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)|
|May 2, 2019
|NBA Western Conference Semifinals: San Antonio Spurs vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)|
|May 8, 2019
|NBA Western Conference Semifinals: San Antonio Spurs vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)|
|May 12, 2019
|NBA Western Conference Semifinals: San Antonio Spurs vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)|
|May 14, 2019
|NBA Western Conference Finals: San Antonio Spurs vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)|
|May 24, 2019
|NBA Western Conference Finals: San Antonio Spurs vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)|
2014-15 Spurs ticket preview
The Larry O'Brien trophy is back in San Antonio, which means San Antonio Spurs ticketholders are a happy bunch of folks. There's also every reason to think they will be just as happy next year, as head coach Gregg Popovich leads an almost identical roster into this season.
When most people think of the San Antonio, they think Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili. But that bunch of veterans is just one part of this new version of the Spurs. San Antonio does everything as a team these days - including winning world championships. Last year no player averaged more than 35 minutes a game, and nine players averaged at least 10 minutes per contest. Throughout the year Popovich utilized an array of different lineups, often resting his stars for games at a time.
When the playoffs arrived, he used all this experience to the Spurs' advantage. San Antonio was a well-oiled machine by the time the team entered the postseason. Dallas, Portland, OKC, and Miami all failed to match San Antonio. Duncan, Parker and Ginobili, rested from Popovich's regular season rotations, came to the forefront and led the Spurs past all comers. But equally important were the contributions from Tiago Splitter, Danny Green, and the next Spurs superstar, Kawhi Leonard. Leonard emerged as the Finals MVP, showing the world that the future of basketball in San Antonio is as bright as the past.
It was a quiet offseason in San Antonio. No contract disputes. No mass exoduses. Just some quiet news about players reupping with the club. This season's Spurs will look just like last year's squad.
Look for Popovich to be even more discerning in his regular season rotations in 2014-2015. Which means buying tickets to the AT&T Center may be a bit of a crap-shoot. Expect key players to sit throughout the season, in an effort to save them for the postseason. The Spurs showed that efficient team basketball could beat any opponent last season, and they will only look to improve on that, as they vie for another NBA championship.
San Antonio Spurs blog
San Antonio Spurs tickets simply do not last and the time to get your tickets to see the one of the NBA’s premier teams is right now! The San Antonio Spurs schedule is jam packed with their biggest rivals from across the league, including a rematch of last season’s NBA Finals with the two-time defending champion Miami Heat as well as tilts with the division rival Memphis Grizzlies, Houston Rockets, Dallas Mavericks and New Orleans Pelicans. San Antonio Spurs tickets also put you front and center to catch the biggest stars from all the top teams, including the Oklahoma City Thunder and Chicago Bulls, not to mention promising young squads like the Orlando Magic, Charlotte Bobcats and Indiana Pacers. A visit to the AT&T Center means you’ll have a prime spot as the San Antonio Spurs aim to take down the best of the best in the Western Conference, with a focused eye on taking the next step and taking home their fifth NBA championship.
The San Antonio Spurs are led by future Hall-of-Famer Tim Duncan, staple of all four Spurs championship teams, a three-time Finals MVP, two-time NBA MVP and 14-time All-Star, among countless other accolades. Joining Duncan to pace the Spurs are a familiar cast of characters that came up just short in last year’s Finals against the Heat, including guards Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and Danny Green, forward Kawhi Leonard and center Tiago Splitter.
The San Antonio Spurs have a storied history and trail only the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago Bulls in NBA titles. The Spurs seem to always be in the postseason picture, qualifying for the playoffs all but four times in their 37-year NBA history.
The Spurs iconic boot spur logo draws a connection between today’s superstars and the heroes of Spurs teams of the past, like Avery Johnson, David Robinson and the legendary George Gervin.
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