We would like to help you see the San Antonio Spurs in person. The place we would recommend checking out for to get those hard to get tickets is: Prime Seat Tickets. Yes everyone likes to see a winning team, but going to the game is really more about “BEING THERE”. Did your parents ever take you to a live professional basketball game? Did you ever take your kids? You know there is nothing better than being there!
The San Antonio Spurs, in the midst of their annual Rodeo Road Trip, are also in the midst of a three game losing streak that threatens to derail the normally useful Road Trip and turn it into the first losing Rodeo Road Trip ever.
In the game against the Utah Jazz last night, the Spurs (2-4 on the RRT) committed 22 turnovers in 90-81 loss. Jazz fans, who are beginning to believe in their own French phenom, Rudy Gobert, watched as their club jumped out to a 13-8 lead which quickly ballooned to 11 points highlighted by three Trey Burke buckets and a Gobert alley-oop.
“He’s a long drink of water. He changes shots, blocks shots he does a good job,” Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said of the 7″1″ Gobert.
Between today and Saturday, the Spurs still must face the Trailblazers, the Kings and the Suns.
It’s that time of the year again for the San Antonio Spurs. That special month of February when their home court is turned into a huge holding pen for the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. To date, the road trip has been used to firmly gel the team and get all healthy bodies on the right page and ready for the last portion of the NBA season. With a 71-26 “Rodeo Road Trip” record, the Spurs have never fallen under .500. This season, though may prove to be the hardest to date – since 2003. This season, the trip includes stops in Toronto (lost), Indiana (won), Detroit, LA Clippers, Golden State, Portland, Utah, Phoenix. There is every reason to believe that the Spurs will have trouble. On the other hand, the Spurs thrive on the trip…so let’s play the games!