Wizards visit Alamo City

Spurs remain undefeated on the road

The San Antonio Spurs (15-4, 1st Southwest Division) defeated their I-35 rival Dallas Mavericks (3-14, 4th Southwest Division) last night in Big D with a convincing 94-87 win, to remain undefeated on the road in 2016.  The Spurs were led by Patti Mills’ 23 points, 15 of which came in the 4th quarter.

spurs-6The win was not a sure thing as the Spurs prevailed through a seven minute 13-possession stretch where they were held scoreless.



”We dug down deep, didn’t moan or groan or whine, stuck with it and kept pounding away and found a way to win,” Head Coach Gregg Popovich said.

”We struggled majority of the game,” Mills said. ”But we knew that it was all going to come down to defense. We needed to get stops and that would create our flow a little bit better. I thought we did that down the stretch of the game.”

The Spurs get a day of rest before taking on the visiting Washington Wizards (6-11, 4th Southeast Division) who are coming off a 126-115 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder last night and the Spurs beat them in Washington last Saturday 112-100.

Great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to grab yours and a friend and get down to the arena and cheer “Go Spurs Go!” in person!

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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 break NBA record, could care less

The San Antonio Spurs are nothing if not consistent, so when you hear Spurs players from years long gone up until last night, telling you they don’t care about records, only championships, you pretty much have to take them at their word.  So when the Spurs broke the NBA record for most consecutive home wins last night, they were conscious of the event, but could care less.

“I know it is something very hard to accomplish, but it shouldn’t take away anything if you go 40-1. It’s just one game,” Veteran Guard Manu Ginobili said. “Besides that, we are playing great and have had a great season so far, and we’ve got to keep building because the playoffs are a couple weeks away, and that’s when we want to be the best team we can be.”

“The only thing I see is that we can try and win a championship.  I don’t really think about having a good regular season, how many games we won, Guard Tony Parker said.  “It doesn’t matter, because at the end of the day, the only thing you remember is how many championships you won.

And when Coach Popovich was asked what it meant to break the record:

“Absolutely nothing,” Popovich said. “Maybe a cup of coffee. Maybe.”

The Spurs will look to keep defending their home court when they host the Toronto Raptors this Saturday.  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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