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San Antonio Spurs Details
Moving up from the ABA to the NBA in 1976, the San Antonio Spurs represent some of the rich history of the game of basketball as one of the teams to have made it from the ABA to still be alive today. And with all of their success, thanks to some of the best players of their eras, the Spurs have been one of the model franchises for the rest of the league to compete for titles with.
Among the legends that have suited up for the Spurs are the duo of David Robinson and Tim Duncan. When together on the floor, Duncan and Robinson were so difficult to stop due to their ability to score on the interior and rebound the basketball. Their run together culminated in a championship, winning the NBA Finals over the New York Knicks.
Duncan enjoyed a second era of success with a new group of players, with international stars Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili teaming up with Duncan to bring San Antonio multiple titles. The three players all brought the best out of one another, with Duncan's ability as a big man combining so well with Parker's ability to score and be unselfish, and Ginobili's creativity when scoring.
Of course, those three players and the rest of the Spurs run of success was helped along by Gregg Popovich. One of the best basketball minds of all-time, Popovich has devised strategy after strategy to be ahead of the curve in the NBA to lead his teams to success over their rivals. Popovich cultivated the most successful period in Spurs history, the 21st century, thanks to that ability to think outside the box.
Speaking of rivalries, the Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers constituted one of the very best for the Spurs, especially during the years when Tim Duncan and company were going toe to toe with Kobe Bryant for the right to play for championships. Those games had an unmatched intensity, and featured memorable buzzer beaters by Duncan, Derek Fisher, and Bryant.
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When do Spurs playoff tickets go on sale?
NBA playoff tickets typically go on sale in April. To get alerts on Spurs playoff tickets, make sure to sign up for a SeatGeek account.
San Antonio Spurs schedule
The Spurs schedule opens with the start of the NBA's regular season in October, with the regular season ending in April. San Antonio is often a playoff team as well, with the NBA postseason starting in April and running into the month of June where it culminates with the NBA Finals.
How much do Spurs tickets cost?
Spurs tickets vary in price based on where fans sit during their games. Upper level seats tend to be the most affordable, while lower level seats can be more expensive but offer the opportunity to get closest to the action. Overall, average resale price for a San Antonio Spurs ticket is $99.
When do the Spurs play the Lakers?
The rivalry between the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers is renewed multiple times per year, as both teams are in the Western Conference. The NBA schedules games between conference opponents more frequently than it does inter-conference matchups, which means there are a decent amount of these games to look forward to. Dates and times are revealed when the NBA schedule is released in August each season.
For specific dates, see our Lakers vs. Spurs tickets page.
San Antonio Spurs Top Matchups
The San Antonio Spurs have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.
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