San Antonio Spurs Tickets

The Spurs is not just a name to many, it is the best NBA team to have ever played. This is why it ranks as one of the best ticket selling teams in the league. A Spurs ticket stands for pure entertainment. This has been proven over and over. Since 1999 this team seems unrivaled. Many NBA teams have tried their luck but few succeed when they come head to head with the Spurs. But hey, don't take my word for it, simply buy a Spurs ticket and go see for yourself.

San Antonio Spurs tickets are on sale to see if the AT&T Center can once again host the NBA Finals. This would make the franchise's fourth appearance in the 21st century but the first since the 2008 postseason. TheSeats has the San Antonio Spurs playoff tickets to catch this veteran basketball team as they march forward in the postseason.

San Antonio Spurs Tickets on Sale

The Spurs swept the Jazz and the Clippers, two very different basketball teams. Utah lacked athleticism, but had the front court to bully just about any other club in the NBA. Los Angeles had the playmaker with the basketball, the highlight machine, and a roster of athletes who happen to play the sport. San Antonio's Gregg Popovich again figured out his trio could play with the role players to absolutely dominate.

In order to continue the domination against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Finals, the Spurs need point guard Tony Parker needs to continue getting in the lane and finishing at the rim, with tear drops, or midrange jumpers. Center Tim Duncan needs to continue to thrive as the second act. He needs to stand up as a strongside defender, grab the rebounds, and hit that deadly bank shot from 15 feet out. Manu Ginobili needs to figure out just what is wrong. He has had two substandard series so far. Manu cannot be a no show again, considering that the Thunder have their own sixth man to torment opponents.

San Antonio must contend with a freak of nature in Kevin Durant. Durant is a 6-foot-9 who can take anyone off the dribble and hit the three after stopping on a dime. The question is, can Kawhi Leonard, Stephen Jackson, and Daniel Green team up to stop Number 35. For my money, I think Jackson may be the most capable.

San Antonio Spurs History

The San Antonio Spurs have been a Texas team from the beginning. They began in Dallas as the Chaparrals in 1967. This ABA franchise became the San Antonio Spurs in 1973 after a San Antonio businessman purchased the team from the stingy Dallas ownership group. The Spurs adopted a defensive identity in the scoring happy ABA with Swen Nater, James Silas, and George "Iceman" Gervin. The strategy did not match the personnel and the Spurs switched coaches and adopted a street game mentality in 1975.The Spurs would become a serious postseason player until the end of the 1983 NBA postseason.

San Antonio struggled through the 1980s, ultimately ending up David Robinson. Robinson would win the Rookie of the Year in the 1989-90 NBA season and the Defensive Player of the Year in the 1991-92 NBA season. The Spurs had an MVP two years later. Despite the play of one of the best centers in the league, San Antonio could not reach the NBA Finals. The franchise had never been able to advance to the championship series. That all changed after Tim Duncan joined Robinson in the late 1990s. In Duncan's second season the Spurs reached the Finals and beat the Knicks in five games. The Spurs had become Duncan's team over the course of the regular season schedule with Robinson taking on a lesser role.

Mr. Robinson retired in 2003, the second San Antonio Spurs championship season. Duncan had won his second consecutive MVP and his second NBA Finals MVP. Tony Parker and Ginobili had joined the roster. The Spurs would win two more NBA Finals and now they are trying to bring home a fifth. TheSeats has the San Antonio Spurs tickets for the new season schedule at the ATT Center, so find great seats for cheap and enjoy.

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