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San Antonio Spurs Tickets 2019 Season Outlook

At this point, with Head Coach Gregg Popovich leading the San Antonio Spurs, you can bank on this team making the playoffs. With veterans all over the roster and a play style that limits mistakes and promotes teamwork, the Spurs never beat themselves. 

This year, the collection of veterans is an impressive one. With LaMarcus Aldridge, Rudy Gay, DeMarre Carroll and of course DeMar Derozan, the Spurs will be able to compete with any team. They finally have an exceptional compliment of young talented players that will be able to support the veteran players. Between the likes of Keldon Johnson, Lonnie Walker IV, Trey Lyles and the highly touted Dejounte Murray, the Spurs have youth and experience all take care of. Walker was a stand out in the NBA Summer League, Keldon Johnson is a draft choice out of Kentucky and Murray was ready to be a leader on the team last year before an unfortunate injury. Look for the Spurs to improve upon their 48 wins from a season ago. Secure your San Antonio Spurs tickets today to see this team make another playoff push. 

History of the San Antonio Spurs

From the ABA to the NBA, the San Antonio Spurs have become one of the elite franchises in sports. The franchise boasts two of the greatest big men ever, a man nicknamed "The Iceman" and a forward who became the first player in NBA history to play after receiving a kidney transplant. You have your chance to be part of the excitement by getting Spurs basketball tickets at When the American Basketball Association (ABA) took the floor in 1967, the Spurs (then the Dallas Chaparrals) were one of its original franchises. For the next 10 seasons the franchise struggled to survive like every other ABA team and when the ABA merged with the more powerful NBA, the San Antonio Spurs were one of four teams that were absorbed into the league. With the star power of "The Iceman" George Gervin, the team made a seamless transition into the NBA, instantly becoming a true contender. Although never breaking through to win the title in the Gervin era, the Spurs were accepted as one of the toughest teams in the game.

When George Gervin left following the 1985 season, the team fell hard, quickly becoming one of the worst in the league. For the next five years, San Antonio never won more than 35 games and fans stopped buying Spurs tickets as attendance dwindled. But the franchise's history took a sharp turn when they selected Navy center David Robinson in 1987. After "The Admiral" served his two years in the Navy, he joined the team and helped them to a 56-26 record, quickly becoming an unstoppable force in the NBA. The 1996-1997 season was supposed to be a successful campaign for the team, but with Robinson and forward Sean Elliot limited because of injuries, the Spurs finished with the worst record in franchise history. The bright spot of the season came when they won the draft lottery, which allowed them to select coveted All-American Tim Duncan from Wake Forest University.

The selection of Duncan ushered in a new era for the franchise, an era of championships. Their first title came in 1999, when the team dominated the Western Conference on their way to the NBA Finals, where they easily took care of the New York Knicks in five games. Over the following years, the team would be in the championship hunt every year, collecting three additional titles in 2003, 2005 and 2007 with Duncan winning NBA Finals MVP in all but one of the title runs. Tim Duncan had one more run in his illustrious career, as the Spurs were able to dethrone the two-time defending champion Miami Heat. Kawhi Leonard was able to win the NBA Finals MVP and the total team effort was one of the reasons for the Miami Heat eventually splitting up. They continue to be among the elite class of the NBA. In San Antonio, the Spurs are the only game in town. Make sure you join the thousands of other fans at the AT&T Center and get your San Antonio Spurs tickets today!