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This year is bound to be completely different for the San Antonio Spurs, as the rock of their team, Tim Duncan announced that he will be retiring from the NBA. Duncan was unique for the NBA because he played his entire career with the Spurs, totaling 19 years. This means that the Spurs had to figure out a way to replace the superstar, which are big shoes to fill. They are hoping that LaMarcus Aldridge will be able to take on that role, while being backed up by Pau Gasol and Kawhi Leonard. Don’t miss your chance to get in on all of the action when you purchase your tickets from Razorgator today!

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San Antonio Spurs fans are about to spend a long offseason thinking about what might have been. After the team got swept by the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals, the only real takeaway is that Kawhi Leonard is too valuable a player to be without. Leonard wasn’t the only injured Spurs player, as the team also had to play without Tony Parker and David Lee in the final game. Still, Kawhi’s ankle injury was clearing the turning point in the series. While the season did end with disappointment, fans can rest assured that Kawhi and the Spurs will be back in the playoffs next year, and hopefully the team will get a fair shot at the Warriors.
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Perhaps more so than any franchise in North American professional sports, the San Antonio Spurs have been a model of consistency and success. With five titles in hand since 1999, and having qualified for the postseason in every season since 1998, the Spurs are always in the thick of things in the NBA race. This season, the Spurs have reached the Western Conference Finals again, marking the 10th time since 1999 that this has happened. San Antonio defeated Memphis 4-2 and Houston 4-2 in the first two rounds of the playoffs. The team then coughed up a 20-point halftime lead on the road against Golden State in the first game of the conference finals. Kawhi Leonard scored 26 points but was injured in the game.

The San Antonio Spurs are one game away from advancing to the conference finals to play against the Golden State Warriors. However, the Houston Rockets are not making it easy on them. The teams are currently 3-2 in the series. The Spurs won Game 5 in overtime, despite being without Tony Parker and losing Kawhi Leonard in the second half. Parker is out after having surgery, and Leonard hurt his ankle but is expected to return for Game 6. The depth of the Spurs talent showed as the team was able to step up and secure the win without them. Game 6 is on May 11, and if needed, Game 7 is on May 14. Tickets are available for $79 and up.

The San Antonio Spurs will be looking for some revenge against their rivals the Rockets. In Game 1, the Spurs experienced their worse loss in a series opener in the history of Gregg Popovich's time as coach. At one point, the Rockets led by 39 and they had the largest halftime deficit in Popovich's reign as well. Kawhi Leonard led the team with 21 points, and Tony Parker had 11 points and Jonathon Simmons added another 10. The two teams face each other again on May 3 for Game 2, with Game 3 and 4 on May 5 and 7 respectively. Get your tickets now to catch the rest of the playoffs in person. Prices start at $46.

The San Antonio Spurs are leading the Grizzlies 3-2 in the first round of the NBA playoffs. The Spurs led the series early after beating the Grizzlies in the first two games at home. Then, they went to Memphis and lost both away games, the second one in overtime. Back at home for Game 5, the Spurs beat the Grizzlies 116-103. With just one more win, the Spurs will advance to the next round. Hopefully, this win will come in Game 6, which will take place on April 27. If necessary, the Spurs will also play Game 7 on April 29. You can still get tickets for the games on Razorgator, with prices starting at $31.

It’s been smooth sailing for the San Antonio Spurs so far in the Western Conference Quarterfinals. Getting home court advantage proved important for the Spurs, who played both Game 1 and Game 2 at the AT&T Center. Getting back-to-back victories over Memphis was no simple task, and for the next two games in the series San Antonio will be on the road. Games 3 and 4 are scheduled for Thursday, April 20, and Saturday, April 22, at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee—can the Spurs sweep Round 1 or will we see Games 5, 6 and 7? We have great seats for all upcoming games on sale now! Prices currently start at $18.

Like clockwork, the San Antonio Spurs are back in the playoffs and ready to make another run toward the NBA Finals. An early exit during the 2016 playoffs is likely still on the minds of all the Spurs players, so fans can expect San Antonio to play with some added fire this time around. However, the first round of the playoffs presents a difficult challenge as the Memphis Grizzlies come to town. At full health, Memphis can contend with anyone in the league, and the Grizzlies seem to be getting right at just the right time. Tickets are still available for when the series returns to San Antonio, with game five seats starting as low as $27.

Everyone expected the San Antonio Spurs and the Golden State Warriors to battle for the top spot in the West until the bitter end. What no one expected was that a loss to the Los Angeles Lakers would end the Spurs’ first place dreams. With the Warriors beating the Suns on April 5 and San Antonio falling to LA by a final of 102-95, the Spurs are now locked into the second spot in the Western Conference and will cede home court advantage to the Dubs if those teams end up playing. In any case, the playoffs will start in San Antonio on April 15, and tickets for the postseason opener start as low as $28.

The San Antonio Spurs handed the Cleveland Cavaliers a massive loss on March 27, making a big statement in what could conceivably be a Finals preview. LeBron James versus Kawhi Leonard is always a marquee matchup, but the Spurs forward ended up coming out on top by a long shot this time around. Leonard led all scorers with 25 points and showed why he’s one of the league’s best defenders, holding LeBron to just 17 points. Should these teams actually meet in the Finals, it would be an epic matchup. The Spurs still have to finish up the regular season, of course, including a tough game against the Grizzlies on April 4. Tickets for that matchup start as low as $12.

The San Antonio Spurs enjoyed a week in the No. 1 spot, but a roller coaster week has brought them back down to No. 2. San Antonio struggled against weaker teams like the Trail Blazers and the Grizzlies, losing back-to-back games last week. Things aren’t all bad, however, as the Spurs also earned huge wins over Golden State and Atlanta. So far this week, things look up, with San Antonio once again easily toppling inferior teams. Sunday’s win over Sacramento ended with a 118-102, and Tuesday’s contest finished at 100-93. The Spurs will try to keep the streak alive this Thursday, March 23, against the Grizzlies. Pick up seats from us now for only $10.

The San Antonio Spurs are well on their way to having a chance of winning another NBA championship. They are currently in first place in the Western conference and plowing through almost every team they come in contact with. This included their game against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday, March 11. Even though the Golden State Warriors are the team following right behind the Spurs, they didn’t put up much competition against the number one team. The game ended in the Spurs favor at 107-85. See them play again against the Sacramento Kings on March 19. Tickets from Razorgator are still available and start at an affordable $14 each.

January has been a rough month for the Cleveland Cavaliers, but that bodes extremely well for the San Antonio Spurs. Moving up to No. 2 in this week’s power rankings, the Spurs have won five in a row, including a win in overtime over the Cavs on Saturday. Kawhi Leonard performed especially well for San Antonio, earning 41 points, and LaMarcus Aldridge led the team with six assists and 12 rebounds. The Spurs look to continue their hot streak this Friday in New Orleans before returning home to the AT&T Center this Sunday, Jan. 29, against Dallas. Great tickets are just a few clicks away; prices for these games start at $16 and $24, respectively.

To everyone’s surprise, it turns out that the San Antonio Spurs are not indestructible. The Milwaukee Bucks handed them a rare loss at home on Tuesday night. The defeat came as a total shock to players and the home crowd, as the Spurs held the lead at the end of the third quarter. Milwaukee came alive in the fourth quarter, outscoring San Antonio 26-18 to win the game 109-107. The close result made the loss sting that much more for the Spurs. Now, they will regroup for a match with the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday, January 17. Tickets to that game are on sale and available for $9 and up.

The San Antonio Spurs continue to win at an impressive rate, and a Christmas Day victory over the Chicago Bulls moved the team’s record to 25-6. The Spurs won handily, 119-100, and outscored the Bulls in three out of four quarters. While the story for San Antonio is almost always Kawhi Leonard, it was LaMarcus Aldridge who put up a season high 33 points in this game. Aldridge got the Spurs off to a great start by making all nine shots he took in the first quarter. Fans can expect the Spurs to keep on rolling in 2017, starting with a January 3 game against the Toronto Raptors. Tickets are still available starting at $22.

In the midst of one of their most successful season in recent history, the San Antonio Spurs are celebrating one of the team’s most influential players. Tim Duncan played his entire 20-year-career for the Spurs, and after retiring after last season, was a five-time NBA champion, a two-time MVP and a 15-time All-Star. The team has decided to honor Duncan by retiring his jersey in a ceremony following a game with the Pelicans this Sunday, Dec. 18, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. Every member of the audience will receive a Tim Duncan t-shirt and have a chance to take pictures with a replica of the No. 21 jersey. This is a night you don’t want to miss! Tickets are available from us today for $114.

The San Antonio Spurs look like their younger selves, having won the last seven out of eight games. Their most recent victory came yesterday, and it was a beauty to watch. They visited their Texas rivals the Dallas Mavericks, squaring off at American Airlines Center. Although the Spurs were technically the visitors, they looked right at home beating the Mavs 94 - 87, much to the chagrin of Dallas fans. San Antonio now heads home for a rematch with the Washington Wizards, the team to hand them their most recent loss, on Friday night. Tickets to that game are currently on sale and available for purchase starting as low as $8.

The ageless San Antonio Spurs look like their usual selves lately, winning their last three games in a row to bring their record up to 8 - 3. Based on recent performances, however, they look like they will have no problem climbing the ranks. San Antonio took on the Houston Rockets on the road over the weekend, proving that they are not afraid of hostile territory. The Spurs outscored the home team 106 - 100, much to the chagrin of James Harden and company. San Antonio will remain on the road this week. They return to ATT&T Center on Monday, November 21 for an in-state rivalry game with the Dallas Mavericks. Tickets are $24 and up.

The NBA season has just begun and the San Antonio Spurs were on a great winning streak to start it all off. The Spurs had won their first four games of their season and were finally defeated by the Utah Jazz on November 1. It all started in the Jazz’s favor when they outscored the Spurs by ten points in the first quarter. The Spurs put a stop to that in both the second and third quarters, but the Jazz turned on the gas again during the fourth quarter to win the game 106-91. Get your tickets today to see if the Spurs can recover from the loss when they take on the Jazz again on November 4.

The San Antonio Spurs have a highly anticipated season ahead of them as they try to prove to the NBA and all of its fans that they are just as good without Tim Duncan. The team has done a good job at keeping on some much-needed veterans, while also preparing for the departure of Duncan with some young talent. So far, the Spurs are sitting in the third place position in the Southwest standings, following behind the Memphis Grizzlies and the Houston Rockets. This is only preseason however, and there are a lot of changes that could and will occur before the real season begins. See for yourself what the Spurs have put together when you purchase your tickets for Razorgator today.

One of the biggest questions behind the San Antonio Spurs organization this season is, how is the team going to do without their beloved Tim Duncan? Many predict that they will do just fine. They have been blessed with two outstanding replacements, Lawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge, both of which are basketball stars that don’t require a lot but have a lot to offer. The Spurs have also added Pau Gasol to the mix, who can easily do some damage both offensively and defensively. The Spurs have always been a well-oiled machine, so see with your own eyes if they are able to pull it off again. Get your tickets today.

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