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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 2016-17. 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 News and Updates

As the number two team in the league, and only one of two teams to remain undefeated in round one, the San Antonio Spurs were the favorite to move on to the Conference Finals. The Oklahoma City Thunder is proving to be a tough opponent, however. After taking some early victories, the Spurs took a couple losses, bringing their wins to two against the Thunder’s three. This means one more loss will kick them out of the playoffs, but fans still think they have a chance to come back and win the next two games, earning a spot against either the winner of the Golden State Warriors and Portland Trail Blazers.
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