Those with San Antonio Spurs tickets will see native Texan LaMarucs Aldridge added to an already loaded roster. Poised to capture a fifth NBA Championship in a decade, the San Antonio Spurs have all the weapons they need to stay competitive in the stacked Southwest Division. In 2013, the Spurs’ Big Three – Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili – spearheaded the Spurs’ charge to a 58-23 record, culminating in a trip to the NBA Finals.
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With Tim Duncan and Tony Parker bolstering the San Antonio Spurs lineup, there’s plenty of talent, finesse, and international flair deep in the heart of Texas this season! In the 2012-2013 NBA season, the San Antonio Spurs showed what a veteran team can do, crushing opponents across the NBA. Going 58-23 in a tough season, one that saw many new powers rise in the Western Conference, the San Antonio Spurs secured a No. 2 seed in the NBA Playoffs. Cruising to the NBA Finals, the San Antonio Spurs took the Miami Heat to the limit, falling just short in a tight game-seven contest. Defying Father Time, the 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs stomped to a 62-20 record and the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference Playoffs, eventually reaching the NBA Finals after besting the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Ticketholders can expect plenty of big shots from The Big Fundamental, the slashing Tony Parker, swingman Manu Ginobili, surprise big man Tiago Splitter, along with one of the deepest benches in the league. With Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard on the floor and no-fuss Coach Gregg Popovich at the helm, the San Antonio Spurs are scheduled to put on a defensive clinic game after game. Thanks to impressive discipline, strength, and length, the San Antonio Spurs have dismantled legions of faster and flashier opponents.
One of modern sport’s greatest dynasties, the San Antonio Spurs have enjoyed a stranglehold on the Southwest Division. In 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014, the Spurs showed no signs of slowing down, racking up Southwest Division Titles. The San Antonio Spurs fell short in 2013, with their young rivals the Oklahoma City Thunder winning the division and the No. 1 seed in the NBA Playoffs. The San Antonio Spurs got the last laugh, and also saw much development in their cast of young bench players in the postseason. The 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs crushed the Southwest Division, going 58-23. Boasting four playoff-bound teams, winning the Southwest in 2014 was no mean feat. Soundly defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Finals, the Spurs punched their tickets to the NBA Finals once again.
The San Antonio Spurs have all the experience they need to dominate the always tough Southwest Division, rout their Western Conference foes, and raise its fifth NBA championship banner in the last decade. Fans can express their love for the home team inside AT&TCenter now through the NBA Finals. Order your premium San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
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