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2013-14 NBA Season Status

Win/Loss: 62-20, 0.756

2014 Finals with Miami Heat

2013-14 NBA Season Schedule

 OpponentGame DateVenue
* Subject to change

PAST GAMES

Preseason: CSKA Moscow Wed, Oct 9 AT&T Center
Preseason: Phoenix Suns Sun, Oct 13 AT&T Center
Preseason: Atlanta Hawks Thu, Oct 17 Philips Arena Atlanta
Preseason: Miami Heat Sat, Oct 19 American Airlines Arena
Preseason: Orlando Magic Tue, Oct 22 AT&T Center
Preseason: Houston Rockets Thu, Oct 24 AT&T Center
Memphis Grizzlies Wed, Oct 30 AT&T Center
Los Angeles Lakers Fri, Nov 1 Staples Center
Portland Trail Blazers Sat, Nov 2 Rose Garden
Denver Nuggets Tue, Nov 5 Pepsi Center
Phoenix Suns Wed, Nov 6 AT&T Center
Golden State Warriors Fri, Nov 8 AT&T Center
New York Knicks Sun, Nov 10 Madison Square Garden
Philadelphia 76ers Mon, Nov 11 Wells Fargo Center
Washington Wizards Wed, Nov 13 AT&T Center
Utah Jazz Fri, Nov 15 EnergySolutions Arena
Boston Celtics Wed, Nov 20 AT&T Center
Memphis Grizzlies Fri, Nov 22 Fedex Forum
Cleveland Cavaliers Sat, Nov 23 AT&T Center
New Orleans Pelicans Mon, Nov 25 AT&T Center
Oklahoma City Thunder Wed, Nov 27 Chesapeake Energy Arena
Orlando Magic Fri, Nov 29 Amway Center
Houston Rockets Sat, Nov 30 AT&T Center
Atlanta Hawks Mon, Dec 2 AT&T Center
Indiana Pacers Sat, Dec 7 AT&T Center
Milwaukee Bucks Wed, Dec 11 Bradley Center
Minnesota Timberwolves Fri, Dec 13 AT&T Center
Utah Jazz Sat, Dec 14 EnergySolutions Arena
Los Angeles Clippers Mon, Dec 16 Staples Center
Phoenix Suns Wed, Dec 18 US Airways Center
Golden State Warriors Thu, Dec 19 Oracle Arena
Oklahoma City Thunder Sat, Dec 21 AT&T Center
Toronto Raptors Mon, Dec 23 AT&T Center
Houston Rockets Wed, Dec 25 AT&T Center
Dallas Mavericks Thu, Dec 26 American Airlines Center
Sacramento Kings Sun, Dec 29 AT&T Center
Brooklyn Nets Tue, Dec 31 AT&T Center
New York Knicks Thu, Jan 2 AT&T Center
Los Angeles Clippers Sat, Jan 4 AT&T Center
Memphis Grizzlies Tue, Jan 7 Fedex Forum
Dallas Mavericks Wed, Jan 8 AT&T Center
Minnesota Timberwolves Sun, Jan 12 AT&T Center
New Orleans Pelicans Mon, Jan 13 New Orleans Arena
Utah Jazz Wed, Jan 15 AT&T Center
Portland Trail Blazers Fri, Jan 17 AT&T Center
Milwaukee Bucks Sun, Jan 19 AT&T Center
Oklahoma City Thunder Wed, Jan 22 AT&T Center
Atlanta Hawks Fri, Jan 24 Philips Arena
Miami Heat Sun, Jan 26 American Airlines Arena
Houston Rockets Tue, Jan 28 Toyota Center
Chicago Bulls Wed, Jan 29 AT&T Center
Sacramento Kings Sat, Feb 1 AT&T Center
New Orleans Pelicans Mon, Feb 3 New Orleans Arena
Washington Wizards Wed, Feb 5 Verizon Center
Brooklyn Nets Thu, Feb 6 Barclays Center
Charlotte Bobcats Sat, Feb 8 Time Warner Cable Arena
Detroit Pistons Mon, Feb 10 Palace Of Auburn Hills
Boston Celtics Wed, Feb 12 TD Garden
Los Angeles Clippers Tue, Feb 18 Staples Center
Portland Trail Blazers Wed, Feb 19 Rose Garden
Phoenix Suns Fri, Feb 21 US Airways Center
Detroit Pistons Wed, Feb 26 AT&T Center
Charlotte Bobcats Fri, Feb 28 AT&T Center
Dallas Mavericks Sun, Mar 2 AT&T Center
Cleveland Cavaliers Tue, Mar 4 Quicken Loans Arena
Miami Heat Thu, Mar 6 AT&T Center
Orlando Magic Sat, Mar 8 AT&T Center
Chicago Bulls Tue, Mar 11 United Center
Portland Trail Blazers Wed, Mar 12 AT&T Center
Los Angeles Lakers Fri, Mar 14 AT&T Center
Utah Jazz Sun, Mar 16 AT&T Center
Los Angeles Lakers Wed, Mar 19 Staples Center
Sacramento Kings Fri, Mar 21 Sleep Train Arena
Golden State Warriors Sat, Mar 22 Oracle Arena
Philadelphia 76ers Mon, Mar 24 AT&T Center
Denver Nuggets Wed, Mar 26 AT&T Center
Denver Nuggets Fri, Mar 28 Pepsi Center
New Orleans Pelicans Sat, Mar 29 AT&T Center
Indiana Pacers Mon, Mar 31 Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Golden State Warriors Wed, Apr 2 AT&T Center
Memphis Grizzlies Sun, Apr 6 AT&T Center
Dallas Mavericks Thu, Apr 10 American Airlines Center
Oklahoma City Thunder Fri, Apr 11 Chesapeake Energy Arena
Phoenix Suns Fri, Apr 11 AT&T Center
Houston Rockets Mon, Apr 14 Toyota Center
Los Angeles Lakers Wed, Apr 16 AT&T Center
Quarterfinals: Home Game 1 Sun, Apr 20 AT&T Center
Quarterfinals: Home Game 2 Wed, Apr 23 AT&T Center
Quarterfinals: Away Game 1 Sat, Apr 26 American Airlines Center
Quarterfinals: Away Game 2 Mon, Apr 28 American Airlines Center
Quarterfinals: Home Game 3 Wed, Apr 30 AT&T Center
Quarterfinals: Away Game 3 If Necessary Fri, May 2 American Airlines Center
Quarterfinals: Home Game 4 Sun, May 4 AT&T Center
Semifinals: Home Game 1 Tue, May 6 AT&T Center
Semifinals: Home Game 2 Thu, May 8 AT&T Center
Semifinals: Home Game 3 Wed, May 14 AT&T Center
Finals: Home Game 1 Mon, May 19 AT&T Center
Finals: Home Game 2 Wed, May 21 AT&T Center
Finals: Home Game 3 Thu, May 29 AT&T Center
NBA Finals: Home Game 4A Thu, Jun 5 AT&T Center
NBA Finals: Home Game 4B Sun, Jun 8 AT&T Center
NBA Finals: Home Game 4C Sun, Jun 15 AT&T Center
NBA Finals: Home Game 4D Fri, Jun 20 AT&T Center

 



2013-14 San Antonio Spurs Roster

#NAMEPOS
11Jeff AyresForward
16Aron BaynesForward
3Marco BelinelliGuard
15Matt BonnerForward
23Austin DayeForward
33Boris DiawPower Forward
21Tim DuncanForward
20Manu GinobiliShooting Guard
4Danny GreenGuard
5Cory JosephGuard
2Kawhi LeonardGuard
8Patty MillsPoint Guard
9Tony ParkerPoint Guard
22Tiago SplitterCenter

Coach: Gregg Popovich


The Insider

2010/11 NBA Season

The ability to keep Tim Duncan healthy this season will be the key factor in your San Antonio Spurs reaching the playoffs. No longer are Spurs managers worried about SF Richard Jefferson as he was under the tutelage of head coach Gregg Popovich for most of the summer. DeJuan Blair has added perimeter weapons to his arsenal and both Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili are both healthy for the first time in two years.

The Spurs again had a great draft and pundits are again saying how they got the steal of the draft with the selection of SG James Anderson. The Spurs also re-signed Richard Jefferson and Matt Bonner but the biggest off season event is the arrival of the 2007 first round draft selection PF/C Tiago Splitter. Splitter, Blair and Antonio McDyess will be able to relieve Tim of some minutes to help preserve his body for the end run of the season and into the playoffs.

Look for your San Antonio Spurs to be in the thick of the playoff hunt come playoff time so be sure to get your tickets and help support your San Antonio Spurs in 2010/11.


2010 NBA Playoffs

Round 1:           Spurs 4            Dallas  Mavericks 2
The 7th seed Spurs were left out of the playoff hunt talk on Sports Radio and TV pendants disregarded them with their usual disrespect and that was just fine for the team that loves to fly under the radar. With four strong victories over the Mavs, they no longer have the luxury of going unnoticed as does the newest Spur to make it known that he gets it and Pops system.  Guard George Hill averaged 12.4 PPG in the regular season and dished out only 91 assists less the All Star Tony Parker.  In the playoffs, Hill has stepped up his game even further shooting 50%, 82% from the line and 50% from the 3-point stripe while averaging 14.3 PPG.  He was the X-Factor in this series.

Round 2           Spurs 0            Phoenix Suns 4
If tradition holds, this will be one hell of a series. In recent times, the Spurs and Suns have met up for every one of the Spurs three championship runs; hard fought battles that left players bloody and bruised. Although only a handful of players from either team remain, this series will pick up where the last one left off. It will be one intense shootout. Be sure to reserve your seats before they’re all gone!


2009/10 NBA Season

The 2009/10 San Antonio Spurs will mark the beginning of a new era for Spurs fans around the world.  Long gone are the components that made last year’s squad the league’s oldest team (Bowen, Oberto, Thomas) and replaced with eight new players on the Spurs roster (Jefferson, Haislip, Hairston, Jerrells, Ratliff, McDyess, Blair and Keith Bogans).  With folks around the league marveling at what every other team in the NBA considered an unworthy pick, PF/C DeJuan Blair has stated publicly that he will make every team who passed on him pay, which is, every team in the NBA. They should worry.  In just four preseason games, Blair is averaging 16.0 PPG, (shooting 58%), 9.3 RPG, 1.5 APG and 1.5 SPG while playing an average of 20.8 minutes a contest.

With veterans Ginobili, Duncan and Parker fully rested from an off season of little to no activity (Parker played for the French League in the summer) and the addition of new and improved firepower, look for the Spurs to be contending with the LA Lakers for the Western Conference Crown.


History

The San Antonio Spurs are one of only four teams from the American Basketball Association to merge with the National Basketball Association back in 1976.  The other franchises that joined them were the Denver Nuggets, the New Jersey Nets, the Indiana Pacers and the Denver Nuggets.

The first stars for the Spurs Franchise were George Gervin, Gene Banks, Antoine Carr, TC Terry Cummings, the A-Train Artis Gilmore among others and while the early Spurs teams carried a medium of success, it wouldn’t be until the addition of The Admiral, David Robinson in 1989 that the fortunes would change for one of the smallest markets in the league.  The Spurs immediately became a yearly contender in the playoffs and have been ever since but it was another number one draft pick that would put the Spurs Franchise into elite status. 
In the 1997 draft, the Spurs chose Wake Forest forward Tim Duncan with the first pick.  Duncan would make an immediate impact on the team and the league as he would take home the Rookie of the Year award while averaging 21.1 PPG, 11.9 RPG, 2.7 APG and
2.5 BPG.  Two seasons later the “Twin Towers” of Robinson and Duncan would lead the team and the franchise to the pinnacle of the NBA as they won the 1999 NBA Finals against the New York Knicks (who were the first 8th seed in the finals) in four games. The feat would be repeated three years later as Duncan and Robinson again led the Spurs to the promise land in Robinson’s final year.  They would face the New Jersey Nets (also the first time two former ABA teams met in the NBA Finals) and would eliminate the Eastern Conference Champion in six games taking the series 4-2.

In the 2005 season, with a lineup of Duncan, Bowen, Ginobili, Parker, Horry, Brent Barry, Glenn “Big Dog” Robinson and Nazr Mohammed, the Spurs again rolled 59-23 record and would blitz through the Sonics, the Suns and the Eastern Conference Champion Detroit Pistons.

The team would again have a celebratory River Parade down the San Antonio River in 2007 as the team would finish the season with a 58-24 record (25-6 in the final 31 games) and blast through the Nuggets in five games, the Warriors in six games and the Suns in six games to play for their 4th NBA Title in nine years.  They would meet the LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers (who most considered Spurs East Coast) and take them out in a sweep of four games.  Tony Parker won the Finals MVP Award making him the first European to win the prize.

Despite missing being knocked out of the playoffs the last two seasons, Spurs fans have reason to rejoice as the team gears up to take on the league with a renewed sense of purpose and self.  With names like Jefferson, Blair alongside Parker, Duncan and Ginobili, the Spurs fortunes are again on the rise and Spurs fans will expect nothing but another championship.


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