Spurs hosts Jazz tonight

The San Antonio Spurs will attempt to keep their undefeated streak going tonight as they welcome the Utah Jazz into AT&T Stadium for a Western Conference match up.  The Spurs are coming off a 103-78 throttling of the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night with stifling defense.  The Spurs forced 17 Hawks turnovers and have forced 54 in their last three games.

Of course all of this is nothing to the Head Coach who will never be satisfied with his team’s play, good or bad.

“We had a good night, they had a poor night,” Popovich said after the game. “That’s all it is.”

The Jazz are coming off two straight losses to the Oklahoma City Thunder, 94-90 on Friday and 104-98 yesterday in OKC.

“It hurts,” Utah coach Quin Snyder said. “We were really, really good and we got really tired. It really came down, if we could have gotten a couple of defensive rebounds at the end of the game. We were clearly fatigued in overtime. We’d been able to attack most of the game and just ran out of steam.”

The Jazz will get themselves in trouble if they run out of steam against this Spurs team…ask the Hawks.

Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your San Antonio Spurs!


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Season opens tonight

The San Antonio Spurs open the 2015-16 season tonight against the Oklahoma City Thunder resuming their Western Conference rivalry and beginning the journey to be the Western Conference representative in the 2016 NBA Finals.

The starting five for the Spurs are expected to be Tony Parker, Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, LaMarcus Aldridge and Tim Duncan holding down the middle.  Expected to start for the Thunder are Westbrook, Roberson, Durant, Ibaka and Adams.

The Spurs season home opener is this Friday against the Brooklyn Nets.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your San Antonio Spurs.

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Spurs demolish Cavaliers

The San Antonio Spurs upped their winning streak to 10 after dismantling the Cleveland Cavaliers Saturday night with a 126-96 drubbing.

“Good, old-fashioned behind kicking,” Cleveland coach Mike Brown said. “We got our behinds kicked. We didn’t do anything well. The only positive I think that we got out of it is that we got to see how to play the game of basketball the right way.”

The Spurs will face the Pelicans, Thunder, Magic and IH-10 rival Houston Rockets this week. While the Pelicans and Magic are still trying to find their paths, the Thunder and Rockets are ranked third and fifth in the Western Conference.  Great seats and tickets are still available for all games.