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Event: 2014 NBA Finals Venue: AT&T Center Address: 1 AT&T Center San Antonio, TX 78219
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|NBA Finals Game||Average Price|
|NBA Finals Game 1 Tickets: Heat vs Spurs||$414.67|
|NBA Finals Game 2 Tickets: Heat vs Spurs||$550.90|
|NBA Finals Game 5 Tickets: Heat vs Spurs||$719.08|
|NBA Finals Game 7 Tickets: Heat vs Spurs||$774.64|
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The average ticket price for the two guaranteed games in Miami is $625, up 9% from a combined average ($575) of Games 1 and 2 in South Beach last year. The get-in price for Game 3 is $219 for standing room and $291 for an actual seat, while those prices are even higher for Game 4 ($242 and $335, respectively). One difference between last year and this year is that Miami's first home games will be in Games 3 and 4, meaning that the Heat's play in Games 1 and 2 in San Antonio could impact the Miami market before June 10 (while a 1-1 split may not have much effect, prices could shoot up if they were to win two on the road or dip if they lost both games).
San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals TicketsFor eight years, the San Antonio Spurs had an odd streak of success on their resume. Between 1999 and 2007, the Spurs won four of the five NBA Finals contested in an odd year. While this run was as close to a dynasty that the NBA would see in the decade, it did not end as well for the Spurs. In the last two NBA Playoffs in odd-numbered years, the San Antonio Spurs' NBA Finals aspirations evaporated quickly with first-round exits at the hands of Dallas Mavericks and Memphis Grizzlies. This year, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker have managed to lead their team, now with plenty of younger role players, past the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round, keeping the NBA Finals hopes in the AT&T Center alive.
The sweep of the Lakers, for the most part, came without the Spurs' third star over the last decade, Argentinian veteran Manu Ginobli. Manu is the latest Spur this season to fall victim to a long-term injury, but his eventual return during the 2013 NBA Playoffs has reinvigorated one of the most well-coached and talented veteran groups still alive for an entry into the NBA Finals. The second round is posing one of the most classic cliches in playoff basketball, as the extremely young and fast-paced Golden State Warriors are challenging the Spurs for the right to go deeper into the NBA Playoffs. Can the coaching and experience of the San Antonio Spurs overcome a younger, energetic offensive power to get one step closer to the NBA Finals. As you watch this series and those that follow, don't forget that the Spurs aren't some old, stodgy side: they're an extremely efficient team in the half court and won't be run off the court or out of the NBA Finals chase by anyone.
San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals Record
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San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals Highlights
Tony Parker NBA Finals MVP
Tim Duncan Three-Time NBA Finals MVP
2/18/15: Congratulations goes out to Gregg Popovich, who earned the 1,000th victory of his career last week when the San Antonio Spurs rallied from a 14 point deficit in the fourth quarter to edge the Indiana Pacers. Pops becomes the second coach (along with Jerry Sloan, Utah) to get to 1,000 wins with a single team. Additionally, only Phil Jackson and Pat Riley reached the milestone quicker. Popovich has been coaching the Spurs for the past 19 seasons and now has a record of 1,000-462. That gives him a winning percentage of .684, which ranks fifth all time in the regular season and .623 in the playoffs, which is seventh of all time.
2/11/15: For those who have not been paying attention, there is a changing of the guard going on in the Western Conference this season. Teams like Portland, Golden State and Memphis are at the top of their respective divisions, while the San Antonio Spurs currently own the seventh seed. That is not a knock on the Spurs. They are 14 games over .500. It is just that the West is so good this year. The All Star Game is this weekend, and once again Tim Duncan will be there, albeit as a reserve. There is no love for other Spurs players, which may actually be a testament to their dedication to team basketball.
2/5/15: Typically, when one scans the standings in the NBA and sees a team in third place in their division, that means the team is average. Unless one is looking at the Pacific or Southwest Divisions this season. The Spurs have had a nice winning streak that coincided with a losing streak of the Dallas Mavericks. That was enough to get them tied for third with 30 wins. Even the Pelicans, who are in last place, are above .500. San Antonio continues to do San Antonio things. And for those that think that Tim Duncan's inclusion in the All Star Game is a lifetime achievement award - well, he is a candidate for defensive player of the year and putting up 14 and 10 each night.
1/28/15: Veteran teams generally know how to respond better to adversity than young teams, no matter what the sport. San Antonio showed that generalization once again last week. They were blown out by the struggling Chicago Bulls 104-81 last week. Instead of harping on the loss or playing down to their next opponent, the Spurs went out and buried the L.A. Lakers 99-85. San Antonio never trailed in the game and the win kept them in line for a playoff spot later in the season. Kawhi Leonard had a great night, posting a double-double in the win.
1/21/15: San Antonio keeps doing San Antonio things. Like win games. They are 10 games over .500 on the year and 7-3 in their last 10 games. While that may get a statue in the Eastern Conference, it is good only for seventh place in the West. Speaking of San Antonio things, head coach Gregg Popovich discussed all he knows when asked about Utah's offense. His quote: "I know that the two sides of an isosceles triangle are equal", is an instant classic, and just another example of his 'grumpy old man' persona that NBA fans have come to love.
1/14/15: The San Antonio Spurs are still hanging on to a playoff spot and still simply defying the effects of Father Time. The L.A. Lakers' Kobe Bryant theorizes that the Spurs are continuously good because of their penchant for foreign players. Those players, he claims, are taught better basketball fundamentals as they are growing up, whereas U.S. players are stuck in AAU tournaments where self-aggrandizing gets people paid. Perhaps he is right. That would also help explain how a team with so many guys over 30 continually is among the top teams in the league, though they are possibly the least flashy of anyone.
1/7/15: The San Antonio Spurs have been showing some leaks in the boat lately, as the team nears the one-third portion of the season. It could just be age and injury that are catching up with the reigning Champs, but they need to get straightened out before too long. They did get two points that they probably did not expect. The Spurs trailed New Orleans by two with 0.7 seconds left when the Pelicans' Omar Asik tipped the ball into his own hoop, which sent the game to overtime. The Spurs pulled together enough to win the game 95-93. Sure, it was a lucky break, but every team needs a little luck every now and then in order to be successful.
12/3/14: The San Antonio Spurs continue to look good in the early going of the season, jumping out to a 13-4 start, which ties them with Houston for second in the Southwest Division. It also means they are two games behind Memphis, which is an impressive 15-2. The Spurs had a gimme win over the 76ers last Monday - though they only won 109-103. To be fair, the Spurs are not the kind of organization that tries to embarrass others and they sat both Tim Duncan and Tony Parker. That was the 76ers 17th straight loss to open the season, which is the second worst mark in history and one more loss away from tying the record of 0-18 set by the 2009-10 Nets.
11/5/14: Lest anyone forget, the San Antonio Spurs are the reigning NBA Champs. That fact seemed to have gotten lost just a few days after the Spurs won (another) title, with all the media focus going to LeBron James returning to Cleveland. Also lost was that Kawhi Leonard was hurt for the season opening win over the Dallas Mavericks. Leonard is the team's best defender (and won the Finals MVP award), and is now back in action. The big media machines may not like it, but the Spurs are poised to make another run at the title, and probably should be included in any dynasty talk at this time.
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|Mar 4, 2015||Sacramento Kings vs San Antonio Spurs|
|Mar 6, 2015||Denver Nuggets vs San Antonio Spurs|
|Mar 8, 2015||Chicago Bulls vs San Antonio Spurs|
|Mar 10, 2015||Toronto Raptors vs San Antonio Spurs|
|Mar 12, 2015||Cleveland Cavaliers vs San Antonio Spurs|
|Mar 15, 2015||Minnesota Timberwolves vs San Antonio Spurs|
San Antonio Spurs Past Games Schedule and San Antonio Spurs Scores
|Feb 28, 2015||San Antonio Spurs - Phoenix Suns||101 - 74|
|Feb 27, 2015||San Antonio Spurs - Sacramento Kings||107 - 96|
|Feb 23, 2015||San Antonio Spurs - Utah Jazz||81 - 90|
|Feb 11, 2015||San Antonio Spurs - Detroit Pistons||104 - 87|
|Feb 9, 2015||San Antonio Spurs - Indiana Pacers||95 - 93|
|Feb 8, 2015||San Antonio Spurs - Toronto Raptors||82 - 87|
|Feb 6, 2015||Miami Heat - San Antonio Spurs||85 - 98|
|Feb 4, 2015||Orlando Magic - San Antonio Spurs||103 - 110|
|Jan 28, 2015||Charlotte Hornets - San Antonio Spurs||86 - 95|
|Jan 25, 2015||Milwaukee Bucks - San Antonio Spurs||95 - 101|
|Jan 23, 2015||Los Angeles Lakers - San Antonio Spurs||85 - 99|
|Jan 20, 2015||San Antonio Spurs - Denver Nuggets||109 - 99|
|Jan 18, 2015||Utah Jazz - San Antonio Spurs||69 - 89|
|Jan 16, 2015||Portland Trail Blazers - San Antonio Spurs||96 - 110|
|Jan 14, 2015||San Antonio Spurs - Charlotte Hornets||98 - 93|