The rich get richer, and that’s never been truer than it is for the San Antonio Spurs. Hailing as one of the NBA’s most respected and successful franchises for over 30 years, the Spurs always seem to find a way to keep winning. When “The Admiral” David Robinson reached the twilight of his career, San Antonio scored a rookie by the name of Tim Duncan. With the end now in sight for No. 21, the Spurs have once again injected fresh new blood in the form of LaMarcus Aldridge. Along with emerging star Kawhi Leonard—and still backed by veterans Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili—the Spurs dynasty is positioned for another run at the Larry O’Brien Trophy in 2015-16. San Antonio Spurs tickets are on sale now—secure your spot at the AT&T Center today!
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Go Spurs Go: Yet Another Rodeo for the Wily Vets
With the incredible run Golden State has put together this season, many seem to have forgotten about the boys in black. Tim Duncan and company have amassed a 50-9 win-loss record as the season enters its final stretch, and they’ll try to tack on when they return home this week. Indeed, there’s no better time to score your cheap San Antonio Spurs tickets than right now.
History in the Making
Widely considered the favorite to dethrone the Warriors, San Antonio is trying for their sixth franchise title and fifth since the turn of the century. They can lock up a staggering 33rd all-time playoff berth with a few wins this week, starting with Sacramento on March 5th. Get your discount tix for Kings-Spurs starting at $49!
San Antonio Spurs 2015-2016 News and Updates
The San Antonio Spurs rocketed through the first round of the playoffs. As only one of two teams to remain undefeated in the opening round, fans are getting excited for the San Antonio Spurs. In fact, not even the Golden State Warriors were able to pull off such a feat. The Conference Semifinals start now, and the Spurs continued their momentum by winning game one against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Unfortunately, they lost their undefeated status in game two when they fell just barely short with a final score of 98-97. The Spurs are heading to Oklahoma City for the next two games, but they will return on May 10th for game five.
The San Antonio Spurs went 4-0 in the first round of playoffs against the Grizzlies and are now ready to face their next opponent in the Western Conference semifinals. This makes for the teams' ninth sweep in a postseason series, and their third while playing the Grizzlies. In the latest match, Kawhi Leonard led the team in points with 21, and LaMarcus Aldridge added another 15 and also had 10 rebounds for a double-double. The Spurs will play the Oklahoma City Thunder in the next round of the playoffs, which begins in San Antonio on April 30. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at just $15.
The regular season is just about over for the San Antonio Spurs, which means only the playoffs remain. The Spurs have officially locked in as the number two seeded team in the Western Conference, putting them way at the front of NBA fans’ minds. They also are the number two team in the entire league. While they did take a few losses right before the regular season ended, fans are still expecting great things from the Spurs as the playoffs kick off on April 16th. They will be playing in San Antonio to start, so get your tickets and come out to show your support one more time before the wait for next year begins.
The San Antonio Spurs have had an amazing season and have earned a high spot in the playoffs. As the number two seed, the Spurs will be facing the Dallas Mavericks who have 26 fewer victories than the Spurs. These two teams have faced off three times this season and the San Antonio has come out on top each time. They will be playing one more time before the postseason begins. You can come out and get a taste of what the playoffs will be like for the Spurs by getting your tickets for April 13th’s matchup. It is time to get excited as the San Antonio Spurs get ready for the playoffs.
The San Antonio Spurs have been nearly unstoppable lately, taking seven victories in their last nine matchups. This puts them in excellent position as they enter the playoffs in a few weeks. The Spurs are currently ranked number three in the western conference, but they are the sixth seed, meaning they will be facing the Los Angeles Clippers and starting out with back-to-back away games. The Spurs will take the first round of the playoffs back to San Antonio starting on April 24th. Be sure to come out, show your support, and cheer the Spurs to victory when it really matters. Tickets start at $128 for the first home playoff match.
The San Antonio Spurs beat the NBA's leading team the Warriors when the two met on March 19. They kept the Warriors to a season-low total points thanks tot heir defense that held back Stephen Curry. The win extended their home winning streak to 33 regular season games. LaMarcus Aldridge led the team with 26 points and 13 rebound and Kawhi Leonard had 18 points and 14 rebounds. The Spurs are now within three games of the Warriors for the top seed. However, the Spurs could not maintain their momentum when the Hornets came back from behind by 23 points to beat the Spurs 91-88. The Spurs host the Heat on March 23, and you can still get tickets for $24.
3/17/16 - Spurs fans got a little amusement this week from Kawhi Leonard, who drew some attention after getting upset when he lost his coupons to Wingstop, his favorite restaurant. The refreshingly unconventional young forward clearly hasn’t fallen into the rich and lavish lifestyle of many other NBA players. He not only loves to get cheap food but also still drives his high school car! He has been a great fit with the San Antonio Spurs since he was drafted in 2011, helping them along to several postseason appearances. The Spurs will play at home this Thursday, March 17, against Portland. Get your tickets for what is sure to be an exciting game for $24.
2/12/16 - The San Antonio Spurs continue to dominate the court. With their most recent victory against the Orlando Magic on February 10th, they have won six consecutive matches. The final score came to 98-96 after an impressive last quarter upset, where the Spurs scored nearly double the Magic’s points. This victory brings their season record to 45-8 and firmly secures their position in the number two position for the Western Conference. The Spurs are in the middle of a series of away games, but it does not look like they are having any trouble. They will return to San Antonio on March 2nd to host the Detroit Pistons. Tickets are available starting at $15.
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2/5/16 - The San Antonio Spurs have been a dominating force in the NBA for over a decade now. Thanks to Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and the ability to hang on to a handful of other talented players, the Spurs have been incredibly successful. This year is no different as they top the Western conference leader board in second place. On February 2, LaMarcus Aldridge added 22 points to the scoreboard to assist the Spurs with the 107-92 win over the Orlando Magic. This also helped the Spurs hang on to their undefeated home court record this season. Purchase your tickets today to their next home game starting at $21 each.
1/29/16 - The San Antonio Spurs have finally ended their incredible winning streak. It may be disappointing, but it is reassuring that only the number one team in the entire league, the Golden State Warriors, were able to end their streak. After the 90-120 loss on January 25th, the Spurs went right back to dominating by beating out the Houston Rockets in a home matchup. The final score came to 99-130. Will this be the beginning of another winning streak? Now, the Spurs are taking a quick break with an away game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but they will be back soon to host the Orlando Magic on February 1st. Tickets start at $11.
1/22/16 - The San Antonio Spurs seem to be completely unstoppable. With their most recent victory against the Dallas Mavericks on January 17th, they are up to 11 consecutive wins and now have a season record of 36-6. The final score came to 83-112. This strong victory is becoming commonplace for the Spurs, as they rack up win after win. From here, fans are hoping the Spurs will be able to maintain their momentum as they hit the road for three away games. They will be making their big return on January 27th to host the Houston Rockets. If they are still on their winning streak, you can be sure that the stands are going to be packed.
1/15/16 - A win against the Cavaliers on January 14 extended the San Antonio's home winning streak to 23 games, which extends to 32 if you include last season. They are also the first team in the NBA to mke it to a 10-game winning streak in 6 straight seasons. The game against the Cavaliers was tough, but the Spurs rallied to take the game. Tony Parker led the team with 24 points, and Kawhi Leonard added 20 points and also grabbed 10 rebounds. The Spurs will look to continue their winning streak when they host the Mavericks on January 17. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $24.
1/8/16 - The San Antonio Spurs are on a roll. It looks like their series of home games earlier in the month gained the Spurs plenty of momentum, because they have not stopped winning since. On January 6th, for the second time in just as many matches, they earned 123 points for the win, this time against the Utah Jazz. This marks the Spurs’ sixth consecutive win. They are preparing for two away games, but they will return to San Antonio on January 14th. The Spurs will be preparing to host the Cleveland Cavaliers. Secure your spot in the stands and come out to show your support with tickets starting at $81.
1/1/16 - The San Antonio Spurs lost on Christmas Day to break a seven game winning streak. However, they bounced back and started another one, and after beating the Suns they are now up to three wins in a row. The win also means they have expanded their home-win record with 19 straight victories at home this season and a total of 28 straight adding in last season. It was also the 19th game this season that the Spurs have won by double digits. LaMarcus Aldridge led the team with 21 points and also had 12 rebounds for his 10th double-double this season. The Spurs next host the Rockets at home, giving them a chance for revenge after losing on Christmas Day, and tickets start at $24.
12/22/15 - The San Antonio Spurs are looking pretty good this season, especially in the month of December. So far the Spurs have only lost one of eight games, including their successful game against the Clippers on December 18. The Spurs hit their home turf with hopes to boost their 14-0 home winning record to 15. The game appeared to be frustrating for the Spurs as they played anxiously from behind and appeared frustrated with a few non-calls. However, it all worked out in the end as the Spurs led their crowd to a 115-107 victory. Watch them play live at home again on December 21 against the Indiana Pacers. Get your tickets today.
12/18/15 - The San Antonio Spurs hold the honor of being the only team that has a chance at catching up to this season’s runaway team, the Golden State Warriors. Even with the Warrior’s single loss, the Spurs are only three wins behind them. If you take a look at the Spurs win record, it is no surprise. They are currently on a four game winning streak, beating out the likes of the Washington Wizards and the Atlanta Hawks. With home games against the Los Angeles Clippers and the Indiana Pacers coming up this weekend, there is no doubt in fans’ minds that the Spurs are about to build upon their winning streak.
12/11/15 - Coach Gregg Popovich of the San Antonio Spurs is being called old school after some comments about his distaste for 3-point shots. “I’ll never embrace it. I don’t think it’s basketball. I think it’s kind of like a circus sort of thing,” he remarked after a 97-94 loss to the Raptors Wednesday night. Despite his feelings, he also acknowledged that the 3-pointers are an important part of the game. He specifically referred to Golden State’s current dominance in the league, which is largely in part due to their success beyond the arc. The Spurs are forging ahead this week with games against the Lakers and the Jazz on Friday, Dec. 11 and Monday, Dec. 14 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.
12/4/15 - The San Antonio Spurs added two more wins to their streak before ending it at five games when they lost to the Bulls on Monday, November 30. On Friday the 27, the Spurs beat the Nuggets 91-80, with a lot of help from Kawhi Leonard, who scored 25 points. The next night, they once again added a victory to their record when they beat the Hawks 108-88. Leonard had another great night, scoring 22 points. The Spurs were unable to continue when they lost to the Bulls 92-89 in a game that came down to the wire. Leonard still led the team in points with 25. The Spurs play the Bucks at home on the 3, and tickets are available starting at $6.
11/27/15 - The San Antonio have only lost one of their last nine games. Their most recent victory was against the Suns on the 23. The Spurs would not let the Suns have control of the ball, forcing 28 turnovers during the night that led to the Spurs scoring 27 of their 98 points. They also held the Suns to the lowest points so far this season at just 84. Kawhi Leonard led the team with 24 points, while Tony Parker added 20 and Danny Green had 18 points with four 3 pointers. The Spurs will look to continue their winning ways when they play state-rival the Mavericks on the 25. You can still get tickets to the game for just $12.
11/20/15 - The San Antonio Spurs continued their winning streak when they beat the Trail Blazers 93-80 on November 16. The game started out slow, with both teams heading into the locker room at the half with season-low points. Kawhi Leonard was the leading scorer with 19 points, and Manu Ginobili helped out with 17 points, 14 of which were in the final quarter to help the Spurs defeat Portland. Leonard and Ginobili had both sat out the last game, and their return made a difference since LaMarcus Aldrige was stopped by the Trail Blazers. The Spurs next host the Nuggets on November 18. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $6.
11/13/15 - The San Antonio Spurs will look to keep their four game winning streak intact when they play the Trail Blazers on November 16. Their latest victory was against the Philadelphia 76ers. LaMarcus Aldrige scored 17 points and grabbed an impressive 19 rebounds to help the team out. Tony Parker scored 16 points, and Tim Duncan helped out with 15 points. Kawhi Leonard and Manu Ginobili sat out. The 76ers played hard and got to within four points with three minutes to play, but the Spurs were able to hold on and win 92-83. You can still get tickets to catch all the action in person. Tickets to the home game against Portland start at just $9.
11/6/15 - After winning three in a row, the San Antonio Spurs experienced a close loss against the Wizards on the 4th. During their three game winning streak, the Spurs dominated their opponents. However, against the Wizards it came down to the final tenths of a second when Washington's Bradley Beal hit a three pointer with .3 seconds left in the game to take the victory. The Spurs led until late in the fourth corner. After the Wizards took over, the Spurs continued to rally back and tying the game, leaving the decision to the final moments. The Spurs host the Hornets for their next game on the 7th. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $21.
10/30/15 - The San Antonio Spurs have almost always been a force to be reckoned with, so their first game of the season against the talented Oklahoma City Thunder was highly anticipated. Both teams were successful at moving the ball and getting it into the bottom of the net. Even though the Spurs were playing away, they ended the first half leading the game 55-50. The third quarter brought more exciting plays and a lot more scoring, but it was the fourth quarter that made the difference. The Thunder outscored the Spurs by 10 points and eventually won the game. See if the Spurs can recover from their first loss when they face off against the Brooklyn Nets on October 30.
10/22/15 - The countdown is on for the 2015-2016 NBA season to begin and all teams are trying to whittle their rosters down to 15 players. One team that is still unsettled is the San Antonio Spurs. This week the Spurs made four cuts, leaving one coveted spot left on the official roster. They have to make their decision by October 24 and it appears that the battle is down to Rasual Butler and Reggie Williams. There is a huge age gap between the two players. Butler is on the tail end of his career at age 36, while Williams is still in the prime of his at age 29. See what their final decision is when they start their regular season play on October 30.
10/16/15 - The San Antonio Spurs revealed this week their new black signature Spur jersey. It will have the iconic Spurs logo in the center of the chest near the heart, and the players' numbers will be on the right breast. They will wear the new uniform for the first time for their home opener on October 30. It will not replace their traditional home and away uniforms but will join as an alternate along with the silver and camouflage military uniforms. The Spurs have lost all three of their preseason games so far, but hopefully will finally get that win when they play the Pistons at home on the 18th. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $5.
8/14/15 - Although they did not achieve another championship to add to their collection, the San Antonio Spurs still played a great season in 2014-2015. They finished third in the tough Southwest Division with a decent 55-27 record. There seems to be no end in sight for the ageless dynasty that is Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, and Coach Gregg Popovich. They’ll be at it again in just ten short weeks according to the NBA, which just released the official schedule for the 2015-2016 season this week. The Spurs will have a tough matchup right away, playing their first game of the new season on the road against rivals the Oklahoma City Thunder. Catch the Spurs at their home opener on Friday, October 30 against the Brooklyn Nets.
4/29/15 - The San Antonio Spurs have had a wild run in the playoffs so far, but it is looking like they are going to make it to the second round. Strangely, the Spurs have managed to win two of their three away games, but only one of their two home games against the Los Angeles Clippers. These three wins means they are only one more victory away from securing a place in the conference semifinals, while the Clippers would need to win all three remaining games to make a comeback. It is impressive that the Spurs are doing so well, especially because they did not have the home-court advantage. If they will have any chance against the upper-level teams going forward, however, the Spurs will need to up their game.
4/24/15 - The San Antonio Spurs and their opponents, the Los Angeles Clippers, both entered the playoffs at the top of their game. Only one team is going to be able to make it to the second round, and it is looking like it might be a close race. The first match went to the Clippers, but the Spurs are determined to make a comeback. After the game on April 22nd, the two teams will be travelling to San Antonio’s home court to continue the first round. That might be the Spur’s best chance to snag a couple easy victories. The winner who will proceed to the conference semifinals will be determined by whichever team is able to reach four victories first. Tickets for the Spur’s homecoming start at $67.
4/17/15 - The San Antonio Spurs lost for the first time in 11 games on April 15th, right before the regular season ended. While it is disappointing to see their winning streak end so close to the end of the season, they are still going into the playoffs in a really strong position. They were tied with the Memphis Grizzlies for wins, but the Grizzlies had more victories in the southwest division, so they were ranked higher. This means the Spurs hold the number six seed and will be taking on the Los Angeles Clippers, in the number three position, first. Both teams have won the significant majority of their recent games, so it will certainly be a very exciting game. Be sure to catch it on April 19th.
4/8/15 - The San Antonio Spurs strong second half of the season continues. They are currently in a seven game winning streak and have only lost three of their last 20 games. They most recently beat the Warriors 107-92 on Easter Sunday. During the game, Kawhi Leonard scored 26 points to equal his career high, and he had another career high during the game: seven steals. Tim Duncan scored 19 points and Danny Green added 18 points for the team. C Tiago Splitter is out for a few games to heal a calf injury. The Spurs will look to continue their winning streak as they head towards the playoffs in the final weeks of regular season play. They next face the Oklahoma City Thunder on April 7, with ticket prices starting at $15.
3/31/15 - When the San Antonio Spurs meet up with the Heat on March 31, they will be looking to add another win to their burgeoning three-game winning streak that is part of a 13-3 record for the past 16 games. Although the Spurs season has not been what fans expect, they are in the midst of a surge that may just change their fate this season, as demonstrated by their most recent victory against the Grizzlies. The Spurs had a strong first and fourth period, helping them to win 103-89. Kawhi Leonard dominated the court, scoring 25 points and snagging 10 rebounds. If they continue to play this way, the Spurs may just find themselves doing well in the playoffs despite a low seed. Tickets for the Heat game are available starting at $34.
3/27/15 - The San Antonio Spurs' three game winning streak ended with a loss against the Dallas Mavericks on the 24th. The Spurs started out strong, going into half time in the lead by three. However, the Mavericks came back strong in the third quarter, outscoring the Spurs by 13. The Spurs were unable to overcome the deficit, despite having a strong fourth quarter. Manu Ginobili was back after sitting out due to an ankle sprain, but he only played 16 minutes. Kawhi Leonard scored 19 points for the Spurs, and Danny Green was also a high scorer with 17. The Spurs will look to get back to their winning ways when they head home for the next three games, starting with a game against the Thunder on the 25. Tickets are available starting at $19.
3/20/15 - With the season quickly winding down, the San Antonio Spurs continue to do excellent. After ending their six-game winning streak, the Spurs have won three of their last five games, one of which saw San Antonio to an impressive 123 points. Even in the two that they lost, the Spurs were well over 100 points. Hopefully they will be able to maintain this pace up until their final game. There are only eight remaining home games, so be sure to catch them while you still can. Your next opportunity will be on March 20th when the Spurs take on the Boston Celtics. A few tickets for that game are still available staring at $62. After that match, they will not return to San Antonio until March 25th.
3/12/15 - With only 19 games remaining on their schedule, the San Antonio Spurs seem to finally be rolling, winning each of their last six games by an average of 15 points. They will take on three of the East’s best during their current five-game home stand, and have already bested Chicago and Toronto this week. Thursday night marks a potential NBA Finals preview, as LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers make their only visit to the AT&T Center this season—LeBron’s first visit since last year’s Finals, as a member of the Miami heat. Can the Spurs make it seven straight and sweep three of the best in the Eastern Conference? Great seats are still available for Spurs vs. Cavs starting at $94, but supplies are limited!
3/6/15 - Following an uncharacteristic four-game skid, Tim Duncan called his team a “work in progress”. Sitting just three games ahead of the red-hot Oklahoma City Thunder, the San Antonio Spurs knew they couldn’t afford to spend much more time finding themselves as a team. The defending champs have since won three straight, defeating the Sacramento Kings and Phoenix Suns on the road before returning home to drub the Kings one more time at the AT&T Center. Kawhi Leonard led the way with 21 points and five boards, and Greg Popovich was able to rest his starting five for extended durations in the blowout victory. San Antonio will look to keep up their winning ways when they host the struggling Denver Nuggets on Friday night, and you can be there live for as low as $29!
2/27/15 - A season-high 22 turnovers doomed the San Antonio Spurs in Utah, as the defending champs dropped their third straight game on the road following the All Star break. The Spurs have been known to use their annual “Rodeo Road Trip” to build momentum for the stretch run into the playoffs each season, but ran up against two of the West’s top teams in Golden State and the L.A. Clippers before stumbling versus the Jazz on Monday night. Tim Duncan and his squad will have an opportunity to turn things around on Wednesday when they face the Portland Trail Blazers, and a select number of seats for the game are still available! Get in for as low as $37, but don’t delay because tickets won’t last long!
2/18/15 - Marco Belinelli came up short in his bid to repeat as the champion of the annual Three-Point Shootout during All Star Weekend, but the San Antonio Spurs reserve still has plenty to look forward to, as his team enters into the final leg of the season where they are known to finish strong and build momentum for the playoffs. The Spurs will continue their season-high nine-game road trip on Thursday with a visit to the Staples Center where they will battle it out with Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers, who loom above them in the standings by mere percentage points. Come out and be a part of the playoff race, with seats selling as low as $43! Ticket supplies are limited, so don’t hesitate!
2/12/15 - The reigning champion San Antonio Spurs needed a big rally in the fourth quarter to earn coach Greg Popovich his 1,000th career win, outscoring the Indiana Pacers 30-14 in the final frame to steal a narrow 95-93 victory on the road. Pop becomes only the fourth NBA coach to accumulate one thousand victories, alongside fellow luminaries Phil Jackson, Pat Riley, and Jerry Sloan—the only other coach to achieve the feat while coaching a single team. The Spurs will have a chance to move Pop’s win total up to 1,001 before the All Star break, as they travel to Detroit to face off with the Pistons on Wednesday evening. Great seats at the Palace of Auburn Hills are still available starting at just $4 each!
2/4/15 - With just two home games remaining before their annual Rodeo Road Trip, the San Antonio Spurs are maintaining their position among the top eight in the Western Conference, winning seven of their last nine games to lift their record to 30-18 overall. Tim Duncan and his squad are known for building momentum during mid-Feburary, when the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo takes over the AT&T Center for two weeks, forcing the Spurs into an extended set of away games. Hometown fans will have two more chances to see the team this week, with the Orlando Magic in town Wednesday night (tickets from just $6!) and the Miami Heat visiting on Friday—come see the defending champs take on their former Eastern rivals with tickets starting at $42.
1/27/15 - The San Antonio Spurs were up to four victories in a row when they beat the Denver Nuggets 109-99 on Jan. 20th. Unfortunately, their final game on the road proved to be too much and they lost their streak to the Chicago Bulls. However, the Spurs can rest a little easier now, because they are just starting a series of six home games, which is also an excellent opportunity for any fans to catch them live. So far, they have made the most of the home court advantage, beating the Los Angeles Lakers 85-99 and the Milwaukee Bucks 95-101. Things are certainly looking up as their record improves to 29-17, placing them fourth in their division. They play the Charlotte Hornets next on Jan. 28th and tickets start at only $5.
1/22/15 - Sunday night marked the third straight win for the San Antonio Spurs, who will now have an even easier time resting their veteran stars, as Kawhi Leonard has returned to the lineup after suffering a ligament tear in his right hand on December 9th. Leonard made his presence known in his first game back Friday night, as he scored 20 points and dished five assists en route to a Spurs victory over the powerhouse Portland Trail Blazers. San Antonio went on to dispatch the Utah Jazz two nights later, 89-69, improving their record to 26-16 overall. They will play their next two on the road, starting with the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday (tickets from just $18!) before flying to Chicago to face off with the Bulls. Get in the United Center and be a part of the action starting at $48.
1/15/15 - Fresh off a successful season last year, the San Antonio Spurs are hoping to keep their momentum going this season. On January 13, 2015, the Spurs took on the very talented Wizards. It was a very close game, but they didn’t do enough to win at the end. The final score ended up being 101-93. Tim Duncan had a great game on the boards, getting 12 rebounds. However, starts like Tony Parker and Danny Green failed to do a lot on the offensive end. They will need to adjust their scheme going forward. An upcoming game for them that is a must-win situation takes place Friday against the Portland Trail Blazers. The Spurs have a lot of talent, so it’s a very winnable game for them. Tickets can be bought now for $34.
1/6/15 - The San Antonio Spurs will enjoy three days of rest after a narrow loss to the resurgent Detroit Pistons on Tuesday night, 105-104. The loss dropped the defending champs to 21-15 for the season, although Greg Popovich’s team is known for focusing on the big picture—they typically hit their stride following the All-Star break, so as to enter the playoffs with strong momentum. They will need to notch wins whenever possible, though, as they hover only three games above the New Orleans Pelicans, who are vying for the final playoff spot in the West this season. Next up for the champs is a home game versus the Phoenix Suns, whose run-and-gun style will test the Spurs’ vaunted defense. Get in with Razorgator for as low as $19!
1/2/15 - Break your winter doldrums by coming out to the AT&T Center to see the San Antonio Spurs. On January 3, catch them playing the Washington Wizards. Tickets are available from Razorgator starting at just $38. The Spurs sit in 4th place in the Southwest Division. They admit they’ve been up and down, because they’re playing good teams without key players who are out with injuries. However, Danny Green, Manu Ginobili, and Tim Duncan led the reigning champions to a win against the Houston Rockets with 56 points between them in a 110 point game. On Tuesday, January 6, the Spurs host the Detroit Pistons. Tickets for this game start at $7. The Spurs wrap up four games at home on Friday, the 9th, when they play the Phoenix Suns. Get your tickets for this game before they’re gone.
12/26/14 - After a rare four-game losing streak, the reigning NBA champions finally got back on track Monday night. The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Los Angeles Clippers at home, 125-118, following a series of setbacks that included two heartbreaking triple-overtime losses in a row, to Western Conference rivals Memphis and Portland. All-star Manu Ginobili was forced to log heavy minutes in the absence of usual starter Tony Parker during the skid, deviating from Spurs coach Greg Popovich’s usual strategy of resting his veterans via off-days and limited playing time in regular season games. Parker returned with a vengeance on Monday, though, pouring in 26 points to help lift San Antonio to an 18-11 record for the season. Next up, the Spurs will play host to rival Oklahoma City in a Christmas Day clash—Razorgator still has great seats from $51, but don’t wait because they’re going fast!
12/19/14 - The San Antonio Spurs fell to the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night 108-95, with both Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili sitting out. Duncan was out on rest and Ginobili was out for injury to his lower back. The Spurs are currently 17-8 and over the last five games, have gone 2-3. Kawhi Leonard scored the high in points with 21 and had nine rebounds. However, he suffered an injury to his left hand. While the x-ray results were negative, Leonard will have to sit out the next game due to soreness. Tony Parker was also out of the game due to a strained left hamstring from the 107-101 victory against Memphis on Dec. 5. The Spurs hope to redeem themselves when they play the Portland Trail Blazers again Friday night on their home court at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. Tickets for the game are currently starting at $15.
12/11/14 - Wednesday’s matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and the New York Knicks was missing a few stars, but it still provided a thrilling game. With Carmelo Anthony out for the Knicks and Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, and Tim Duncan resting for the Spurs, the game turned into a competition of depth. Following a Boris Diaw jumper in the second quarter, the Spurs held onto a four-point lead at halftime. San Antonio was able to keep its foot on the pedal and extended their lead to 14 in the fourth quarter as the team won 109-95. In their next game, the Spurs will host the Los Angeles Lakers, who are struggling despite the return of Kobe Bryant. As the Spurs battle for position in the Western Conference, the Lakers will be trying to redeem what has been a disappointing season for the 6-16 squad. Tickets for the event are on sale now, starting at just $24.
12/5/14 - The San Antonio Spurs may be the reigning NBA champions, but so far they have a lackluster record this season at 13-5, which puts them ranked 4th in the Southwest Division. They lost their latest game to the Brooklyn Nets 93-95 in overtime, which ended their eight-game winning streak. With six minutes remaining in regulation, the Spurs evened out the score with the Nets 14 points ahead, forcing the game to go into overtime. The winning basket for the Nets came from Joe Johnson, who only scored 8 points in the whole game. The Spurs next opponent, the Memphis Grizzlies, is sure to provide them with another tough game. They face each other on December 5 in Memphis. The game will see if the Spurs can bring back their championship skills. Tickets are still available, starting at $21.
11/24/14 - Tonight, Friday November 21, 2014, the San Antonio Spurs took on the Minnesota Timberwolves. They ended up coming away with the victory, with a final score of 121-92. They looked great throughout the entire game, and a huge reason for their success was because of Tony Parker. He ended up scoring 28 points and had 5 assists. He simply couldn’t stop scoring in the game, and he spread the ball around to his teammates with effortless poise. Danny Green, their dynamic guard, also had a great game, scoring 18 points. Up next for them is a competitive, fun game with the Brooklyn Nets. It should be a fast-paced game filled with a lot of offense. Tickets can be bought now for a low price of $19.
11/19/14 - Even after winning the NBA championship, Spurs tickets are still some of the least expensive in the league on the secondary market. According to Razorgator, San Antonio’s next home game against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday has an average price of just $95.18, while the following home game against the Indiana Pacers has an average of $83.09. The Spurs have not been dominant with a 6-4 record, but prices that lowe still create a great value for fans in the San Antonio area.
11/18/14 - The San Antonio Spurs ended a three-game slide on Saturday with their first loss in more than a week. Unfortunately, the Sacramento Kings (6-4) were able to just barely beat out San Antonio. Sadly, this does lower the Spurs into the last position for the Southwest Division at 5-4, but they aren’t behind by much. In fact, if they can get one more win, they will pass the New Orleans Pelicans. San Antonio will be playing the Philadelphia 76ers, who are yet to get a single win, on Monday, so it looks like they are ready to make that happen. That game promises to be very exciting for any Spurs fan, and tickets for that match on the 17th are still available for only $6.
11/14/14 - The defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs have wavered over the season’s first three weeks, but Spurs tickets at the AT&T Center continue to garner high demand when the team plays at home. The team has dropped notable games against the struggling Suns and Pelicans but compiled a win streak with victories against the Clippers and Warriors on a California road trip this week. They’ll take on the Lakers and Kings over the weekend with a combined average price of $216, according to Razorgator.
11/13/14 - Monday night featured an incredibly close game between the San Antonia Spurs and the Los Angeles Clippers. The first quarter ended with the Spurs behind at 14-20 and they were still behind at the half and third quarter. In the final quarter, they were able to score 25 points over the Clipper’s 15 bringing the final score to 89-85. Both teams brought an impressive defense leading to below average scores on both sides. This game evens out the San Antonio Spurs’ wins and losses at three each but still leaves them 5th in the South West Division. The next few games are going to be important for the team. They have an opportunity to beef up their ratio coming up, but every game is going to have to count.
11/11/14 - The San Antonio Spurs are off to a slow start this year who come into this season as the defending NBA Champions. The Spurs defeated the Los Angeles Clippers Monday night and their next home game will come on November 17 against the winless Philadelphia 76ers. According to Razorgator, San Antonio Spurs tickets against the Sixers have a average price of just $55.24.
11/7/14 - The 2014-2015 NBA season is in full swing, and the San Antonio Spurs are ready to defend their NBA title in their quest to finally repeat as champions. After returning their entire core, the Spurs are poised to dominate the Southwest division yet again. Come out to the AT&T Center to support your hometown Spurs as they try to rebound from a road loss to the young Phoenix Suns and get back on the winning track. With home contests coming up against Atlanta and New Orleans (featuring young phenom Anthony Davis), there is no better time than now to make it out to a game to cheer on Coach Pop and the Spurs. Razorgator has the very best seats available starting at only $6.
8/19/14 – The San Antonio Spurs’ 2014-2015 schedule released last week, and now the defending champions know who they’ll need to beat, and when they need to do it, on their quest for a franchise-first repeat. The Silver and Black will be receiving their championship rings and a brand new banner on Oct. 28 at AT&T Center vs. the Mavericks. Buy Dallas-San Antonio tickets for this “Ring Night” ceremony and tip off the season with a classic rivalry game! Highlights of the Spurs’ schedule include a Christmas Day matchup with Oklahoma City, a game against LeBron James and his new team when the Cavaliers stop in Alamo City on Mar. 12, and a NBA Finals rematch against the Miami Heat (Feb 6, Mar 31). Patty Mills is currently recovering from injury and will sit out to start the season, but you can buy San Antonio Spurs tickets to see the rest of last year’s title-winning team in action—plus the debut of rookie Kyle Anderson!
Revenge is sweet, and you can say that again! The San Antonio Spurs battled some hurdles on their way to winning a fifth NBA title in 16 years and, with all of their superstars returning, San Antonio is on the hunt for a repeat championship for the first time in franchise history. The Spurs suffered a heart breaking defeat by Miami in the 2013 Finals; a year later the squad used the devastating loss as fuel for vengeance in 2014. The Spurs punched their ticket to the postseason early, with a league-best 62-20 record. San Antonio struggled in Round 1 against the Dallas Mavericks, but eventually beat them in seven games—advancing to make mincemeat of their subsequent opponents: Portland (4-1), Oklahoma City (4-2) and, finally, the Miami Heat (4-1).
Coming into the 2014-2015 season, Gregg Popovich returns his stellar champion squad that set NBA records for outscoring opponents, average win-margin and shooting percentage in the playoffs—all despite talk of an aging roster and Big Three. The campaign was pure, unadulterated teamwork, showcased beautifully by the likes of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Kawhi Leonard. With the final pick in the first round, the Spurs selected UCLA’s utility player Kyle Anderson. In the front office, the franchise made a historic move by hiring WNBA star Becky Hammon as assistant coach—the first full-time paid female assistant coach in the NBA. Buy San Antonio Spurs tickets now and see these reigning champs defend their title in 2105!