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San Antonio Spurs Playoff Details
The San Antonio Spurs are one of the best NBA franchises in terms of postseason success. They consistently find a way to make it into the playoffs, and when they get there, they rarely miss out on the opportunity to make a memorable run. Thanks to elite coaching and some of the best players to play this game, playoff basketball without the San Antonio Spurs just doesn’t feel right.
In a nine-year span from 1999 to 2007, the Spurs won four championships, looking extremely impressive in all of those campaigns. The 1999 championship came at the end of the David Robinson era with the Spurs, as the Hall of Fame center was in the midst of passing the torch to Tim Duncan as the Spurs thoroughly outclassed the New York Knicks in the Finals.
After that title, the Spurs earned championships against the Nets in 2003, Pistons in 2005, and Cavaliers in 2007. Duncan racked up Finals MVPs in three of the four championships of that run, with Tony Parker grabbing the other. Both Parker and Duncan were exactly what you would want in players at their positions, as Parker was such a solid distributor of the basketball, while Duncan’s ability to post up while also being able to keep defenders honest with his famous bank shot was a matchup nightmare for defenders.
These titles were led by head coach Gregg Popovich, an elite coach in the history of all sports, who has always been ahead of his time in terms of strategy. Popovich helped usher in the era of ball movement in the NBA that has seen teams like the Golden State Warriors use hyper-fast and unselfish passing to set up three-point shots.
The Spurs have created tons of rivalries during their almost constant time in the NBA playoffs. Their battles against the Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns in the 2000s in particular stand out, because of how competitive those series were and how heated they got at times.
When Do Spurs Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Spurs playoff tickets usually go on sale when the team has clinched a spot in the playoffs. The team usually has a place in the playoffs confirmed by late March or early April, as the NBA regular season usually finishes up around that point. If the Spurs are blowing away their competition, they could go on sale earlier, as there is no set date when they are made available.
How Much Do Spurs Playoff Tickets Cost?
On average, Spurs playoff tickets cost $138 on the secondary market. The price of each ticket can be above or below that average, and usually depends on what seat the ticket is for and what round of the playoffs the ticket is for. Naturally, seeing the Spurs in the NBA Finals is more expensive than seeing them in the first round of the playoffs, as is sitting courtside as opposed to sitting in the upper levels of the arena.