Spurs back on the court tonight

Rockets/Spurs renew IH-10 Rivalry

After experiencing only their second loss of the season against the LA Clippers Saturday Night, your San Antonio Spurs have had four days to reflect and correct after meeting the Heat, the Jazz twice and the Clippers last week.

spurs-04Tonight they begin the road back to Winning Streak Lane against a Houston Rockets team (4-3, 7th Western Conference) that are coming off a 114-106 win over the Washington Wizards.  The Spurs (5-2, 3rd Western Conference) have had four days of rest.

“It’s a good thing for us,” Popovich told reporters. “Considering the schedule that we just had, it’s a good thing. We need some time. We need some rest.”

The game kicks off at 7:30.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to grab yours today and help cheer on your San Antonio Spurs against the Houston Rockets!

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Spurs work over Warriors

Team hits the road for a one game before meeting Heat at home

The San Antonio Spurs took full advantage of Golden State injuries to roll over the Warriors 87-79 on Saturday night in the AT&T Center, where the Spurs are still undefeated this season.

The Spurs used their huge front line to bully their way into the paint for easy buckets and a 55-37 rebounding advantage.  The Spurs also bullied Stephen Curry into a 14-point night on 4-18 shooting.

“They’re a great team, they’re the bar in the NBA and it just felt good to win tonight,” Forward LaMarcus Aldridge said.

Aldridge had a game high 26 points and 13 rebounds while the Klaw, Kawhi Leonard chipped in 18 points, 14 rebounds and four assists.

Fans on the road, the  Spurs take on the Charlotte Hornets on a one game road trip before heading back to the confines of the AT&T Center for match up with Eastern Conference power Miami Heat.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Spurs against the Heat!

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Aldridge scores 17 in loss to Miami

In the second game of the preseason for the new look San Antonio Spurs, LaMarcus Aldridge scored 17 points and pulled down seven boards in a 97-94 loss to the Miami Heat.  Tim Duncan notched 14 points on 7-7 shooting and hauled down six rebounds and dished two assists in 18 minutes of play.

The Spurs were without the services of Boris Diaw for an unknown reason.  Said Coach Pop when asked what Diaw’s issue was: “I don’t care. When they tell me he can play, then I’ll care.”

The Spurs continue their preseason road trip, taking on the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday at the Phillips Arena.  For you Spurs Road Warriors, plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours and help support your San Antonio Spurs on the road!

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