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The San Antonio Spurs went from a middle of the road team in the ABA to an NBA contender after the merger in 1976 thanks to the dispersal draft that gave them George Gervin. Gervin was the key to the Spurs playoff tickets and division title in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s. San Antonio dominated the regular season schedule in the Midwest Division, but could never make it past the conference finals. The failure to get ahead in the playoffs finally caused the front office to trade away their biggest star and rebuild in 1984.

It took some years, but eventually the Spurs found that replacement in David Robinson. Robinson first finished his duty with the Navy, but came to the NBA in 1989. Robinson had similar success to Gervin. He took the team to four division titles and could not beat the opponent in the conference finals. That hurdle was passed when the Spurs drafted Tim Duncan. In his second year with Robinson, the twin towers conquered the NBA and won that NBA Championship in 1998. Robinson retired and Duncan became the unquestioned leader and won three more NBA Championships as the one tower.

The San Antonio Spurs' bid to repeat is being challenged in the west by the Lakers. It's going to take Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili playing at their best to get back to the NBA champion game and bring another tile to San Antonio.

The defending champs are still in the running to repeat as world champs. With the always stellar Tim Duncan hitting his full stride along with Tony Parker this team will be tough to slow down. The Spurs could make history this year and you can be a part of it. Our inventory is full of great tickets to every Spurs playoff game.

This season Duncan is back with the same major players that have made them the most consistent franchise in the 21st century. Duncan is known for his solid defense and great fundamentals. His name has been mentioned as the best power forward to ever play the game. Those accolades come as he continues to score, rebound, and pass as well as any other front court player in the NBA. He is not the only star player at the AT&T Center. The Spurs schedule will see point guard Tony Parker slice through any defense and discombobulate the interior as the big guys around the basket have to choose whether to stay at home or block the path to rim. Parker and Duncan could be all a team needs to get playoff tickets for fans, but the Spurs have more.

Manu Ginobili is the crazy Argentinean wing player who can shoot the ball from three or drive with ease and an unsuspecting quickness and jumping ability to the basket. He frustrates other teams with his passion for the game, but keeps San Antonio Spurs fans happy. Bruce Bowen has been the defensive specialist for years. He shuts down the talented wing players throughout the league. He also comes up big with the three from the corner every time it matters. With established lineup and additions like hustle-man Fabricio Oberto and a variety of role players, Spur playoff tickets are never in doubt.

The ‘odd year” rule is likely to go out the window this season. The West is simply too competitive and has caught up with the cast of international standouts in San Antonio. Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker are still playing for the Spurs, but age is expected to finally get to Duncan and Ginobili, as well as much of the supporting cast. Parker is still young and entering his prime as a point guard.

Duncan will be a force for years to come. His fundamentals will make him a more than effective player into his late career. This season the Spurs will move Ginobili to the starting lineup. While his scoring will be appreciated, the move leaves a hole on the bench. Nobody on the bench looks to provide the type of scoring that Manu brought. Finley was once a serious scoring threat, but his age has relegated him to open jumpers.

Still, the role players are built for defense. The San Antonio Spurs will continue to be in the postseason as long as Greg Popovich can motivate his players to hold teams to 90 points a game. This may be enough to get by in the regular season, but in a league that is moving toward quicker guard play, a explosive offense is almost as important. The Spurs should make a good run, but will find the later rounds of the playoffs more difficult than before.

Debuting as the Dallas Chaparrals in 1967, the team was barely mediocre and were never deemed a real threat to any team in the league until 1976 after their move to San Antonio in 1973. Along with the change in venue and change in name, there was soon to follow a change in playing style and skill.

The Spurs have an advantage in the post. The Parker-Russell Westbrook could be a wash, as each is expected to guard the other wing player to save their energy for running the show on the offensive end. Manu has had a terrible playoff performance to date, so Oklahoma City may actually have the advantage with James Harden leading the second line off the bench. This leaves Tim Duncan. The center-power forward has gracefully surrendered his position as team leader to Parker, but he may need to temporarily reclaim that title.

Duncan can still be an offensive force from the inside out to about 18 feet and he will need to do so to challenge the impressive interior defense of Kendrick Perkins and Serge Ibaka. Perkins is the stalwart strongside defender with a nasty streak and Ibaka is the athletic one leading the block party in the 2012 postseason. Popovich is reportedly going to star Boris Diaw with Duncan. Diaw has had a very good playoffs so far and his role as a big man with range is going to force Ibaka to venture outside of the paint and allow Duncan to beat Perkins one on one.

Obviously, the Spurs need an answer for Kevin Durant. Between Kawhi Leonard, Daniel Green, and Stephen Jackson Pop should have one athlete who can frustrate the basketball oddity. It is also here, with this trio, the Spurs may have an advantage. Leonard and Green are athletes who also happen to be hitting the shot downtown. Green is actually the leading three point shooter this time around, shooting just over four threes a game and hitting 45.7 percent of those shots. If these three can spread the floor and force the Thunder’s cast of defensive role players to pay them due respect, slowing down those player’s ability to play the help defense that is so vital to a championship run. The TicketSpecialists have the Spurs playoff tickets for this incredible series and will have seats and an analysis of the Finals if the veteran squad is able to continue its shocking season.

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NBA Preseason: Phoenix Suns vs. San Antonio Spurs Oct 16, 2014
Thu 7:00PM
US Airways Center
Phoenix, AZ
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NBA Preseason: San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat Oct 18, 2014
Sat 7:30PM
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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NBA Preseason: San Antonio Spurs vs. Sacramento Kings Oct 20, 2014
Mon 7:30PM
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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NBA Preseason: San Antonio Spurs vs. Atlanta Hawks Oct 22, 2014
Wed 7:30PM
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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NBA Preseason: Houston Rockets vs. San Antonio Spurs Oct 24, 2014
Fri 7:00PM
Toyota Center - TX
Houston, TX
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San Antonio Spurs Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Oct 27, 2014
Mon TBA
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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San Antonio Spurs vs. Dallas Mavericks Oct 28, 2014
Tue 7:00PM
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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Phoenix Suns vs. San Antonio Spurs Oct 31, 2014
Fri 7:00PM
US Airways Center
Phoenix, AZ
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San Antonio Spurs vs. Atlanta Hawks Nov 5, 2014
Wed 7:30PM
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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Houston Rockets vs. San Antonio Spurs Nov 6, 2014
Thu 7:00PM
Toyota Center - TX
Houston, TX
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San Antonio Spurs vs. New Orleans Pelicans Nov 8, 2014
Sat 7:30PM
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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Los Angeles Clippers vs. San Antonio Spurs Nov 10, 2014
Mon 7:30PM
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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Golden State Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs Nov 11, 2014
Tue 7:30PM
Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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Los Angeles Lakers vs. San Antonio Spurs Nov 14, 2014
Fri 7:00PM
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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Sacramento Kings vs. San Antonio Spurs Nov 15, 2014
Sat 7:00PM
Sleep Train Arena (formerly Power Balance Pavilion)
Sacramento, CA
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San Antonio Spurs vs. Philadelphia 76ers Nov 17, 2014
Mon 7:30PM
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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Cleveland Cavaliers vs. San Antonio Spurs Nov 19, 2014
Wed 7:00PM
Quicken Loans Arena (formerly Gund Arena)
Cleveland, OH
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Minnesota Timberwolves vs. San Antonio Spurs Nov 21, 2014
Fri 7:00PM
Target Center
Minneapolis, MN
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San Antonio Spurs vs. Brooklyn Nets Nov 22, 2014
Sat 7:30PM
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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San Antonio Spurs vs. Indiana Pacers Nov 26, 2014
Wed 7:30PM
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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San Antonio Spurs vs. Sacramento Kings Nov 28, 2014
Fri 7:30PM
AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
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Boston Celtics vs. San Antonio Spurs Nov 30, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
TD Garden (Fleet Center)
Boston, MA
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Philadelphia 76ers vs. San Antonio Spurs Dec 1, 2014
Mon 7:00PM
Wells Fargo Center - PA
Philadelphia, PA
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Brooklyn Nets vs. San Antonio Spurs Dec 3, 2014
Wed 7:30PM
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY
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Memphis Grizzlies vs. San Antonio Spurs Dec 5, 2014
Fri 7:00PM
Fedex Forum
Memphis, TN
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The San Antonio Spurs went from a middle of the road team in the ABA to an NBA contender after the merger in 1976 thanks to the dispersal draft that gave them George Gervin. Gervin was the key to the Spurs playoff tickets and division title in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s. San Antonio dominated the regular season schedule in the Midwest Division, but could never make it past the conference finals. The failure to get ahead in the playoffs finally caused the front office to trade away their biggest star and rebuild in 1984.

It took some years, but eventually the Spurs found that replacement in David Robinson. Robinson first finished his duty with the Navy, but came to the NBA in 1989. Robinson had similar success to Gervin. He took the team to four division titles and could not beat the opponent in the conference finals. That hurdle was passed when the Spurs drafted Tim Duncan. In his second year with Robinson, the twin towers conquered the NBA and won that NBA Championship in 1998. Robinson retired and Duncan became the unquestioned leader and won three more NBA Championships as the one tower.

The San Antonio Spurs' bid to repeat is being challenged in the west by the Lakers. It's going to take Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili playing at their best to get back to the NBA champion game and bring another tile to San Antonio.

The defending champs are still in the running to repeat as world champs. With the always stellar Tim Duncan hitting his full stride along with Tony Parker this team will be tough to slow down. The Spurs could make history this year and you can be a part of it. Our inventory is full of great tickets to every Spurs playoff game.

This season Duncan is back with the same major players that have made them the most consistent franchise in the 21st century. Duncan is known for his solid defense and great fundamentals. His name has been mentioned as the best power forward to ever play the game. Those accolades come as he continues to score, rebound, and pass as well as any other front court player in the NBA. He is not the only star player at the AT&T Center. The Spurs schedule will see point guard Tony Parker slice through any defense and discombobulate the interior as the big guys around the basket have to choose whether to stay at home or block the path to rim. Parker and Duncan could be all a team needs to get playoff tickets for fans, but the Spurs have more.

Manu Ginobili is the crazy Argentinean wing player who can shoot the ball from three or drive with ease and an unsuspecting quickness and jumping ability to the basket. He frustrates other teams with his passion for the game, but keeps San Antonio Spurs fans happy. Bruce Bowen has been the defensive specialist for years. He shuts down the talented wing players throughout the league. He also comes up big with the three from the corner every time it matters. With established lineup and additions like hustle-man Fabricio Oberto and a variety of role players, Spur playoff tickets are never in doubt.

The ‘odd year” rule is likely to go out the window this season. The West is simply too competitive and has caught up with the cast of international standouts in San Antonio. Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker are still playing for the Spurs, but age is expected to finally get to Duncan and Ginobili, as well as much of the supporting cast. Parker is still young and entering his prime as a point guard.

Duncan will be a force for years to come. His fundamentals will make him a more than effective player into his late career. This season the Spurs will move Ginobili to the starting lineup. While his scoring will be appreciated, the move leaves a hole on the bench. Nobody on the bench looks to provide the type of scoring that Manu brought. Finley was once a serious scoring threat, but his age has relegated him to open jumpers.

Still, the role players are built for defense. The San Antonio Spurs will continue to be in the postseason as long as Greg Popovich can motivate his players to hold teams to 90 points a game. This may be enough to get by in the regular season, but in a league that is moving toward quicker guard play, a explosive offense is almost as important. The Spurs should make a good run, but will find the later rounds of the playoffs more difficult than before.

Debuting as the Dallas Chaparrals in 1967, the team was barely mediocre and were never deemed a real threat to any team in the league until 1976 after their move to San Antonio in 1973. Along with the change in venue and change in name, there was soon to follow a change in playing style and skill.

The Spurs have an advantage in the post. The Parker-Russell Westbrook could be a wash, as each is expected to guard the other wing player to save their energy for running the show on the offensive end. Manu has had a terrible playoff performance to date, so Oklahoma City may actually have the advantage with James Harden leading the second line off the bench. This leaves Tim Duncan. The center-power forward has gracefully surrendered his position as team leader to Parker, but he may need to temporarily reclaim that title.

Duncan can still be an offensive force from the inside out to about 18 feet and he will need to do so to challenge the impressive interior defense of Kendrick Perkins and Serge Ibaka. Perkins is the stalwart strongside defender with a nasty streak and Ibaka is the athletic one leading the block party in the 2012 postseason. Popovich is reportedly going to star Boris Diaw with Duncan. Diaw has had a very good playoffs so far and his role as a big man with range is going to force Ibaka to venture outside of the paint and allow Duncan to beat Perkins one on one.

Obviously, the Spurs need an answer for Kevin Durant. Between Kawhi Leonard, Daniel Green, and Stephen Jackson Pop should have one athlete who can frustrate the basketball oddity. It is also here, with this trio, the Spurs may have an advantage. Leonard and Green are athletes who also happen to be hitting the shot downtown. Green is actually the leading three point shooter this time around, shooting just over four threes a game and hitting 45.7 percent of those shots. If these three can spread the floor and force the Thunder’s cast of defensive role players to pay them due respect, slowing down those player’s ability to play the help defense that is so vital to a championship run. The TicketSpecialists have the Spurs playoff tickets for this incredible series and will have seats and an analysis of the Finals if the veteran squad is able to continue its shocking season.

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