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The San Antonio Spurs were founded in 1967 in the old ABA and joined the NBA nine years later. They were originally founded as the Dallas/Texas Chapparrals before changing their name to the San Antonio Spurs in 1973. Even though they had some success in their early years, the Spurs are more known for what they have accomplished in the last 17 years.

In the 1998 NBA draft the Spurs selected Tim Duncan with the first selection overall, and that has turned out to be one of the greatest decisions in GM in sports history has ever made. During Duncan's time in San Antonio, the Spurs have never missed the playoffs, and have at the very least made it to the second round every single season.

On six occasions the Spurs have won the Western Conference- 1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2013, and 2014. Only in 2013 did the Spurs fail to win the NBA championship on top of the Conference championship. In fact, it is safe to say that some questionable officiating and a miracle shot by Ray Allen cost the Spurs in the NBA championship in 2013. However, being the Spurs, they did not let that bother them, and they turned right back around last year and won the NBA championship.

The San Antonio Spurs finished the 2014-2015 season with a record of 55-27, and entered the 2015 NBA playoffs as the sixth seed in the Western Conference. The Spurs were favored to defeat the third-seed Los Angeles Clippers in round one, a rare occurrence for a lower seed in a playoff series. The Spurs took the Clippers to seven games, but couldn't quite find the energy to close out game seven. This marked just the second time since Tim Duncan was drafted the Spurs failed to advance past round one of the NBA playoffs. 2015-2016 will be the final season for Duncan, Ginobili, and Parker, and they will be joined by LaMarcus Aldridge, who signed with the Spurs during the offseason. The Aldridge signing makes the Spurs the overwhelming preseason favorites to win the NBA title.

The Spurs finished the 2014-2015 regular season with a record of 55-27, good for the six seed in the Western Conference. A crucial loss on the last day of the regular season cost them the two seed. The Spurs are the favorites in their round one series against the Clippers, and if they win that series, they will be expected to meet the Rockets in round two. For Spurs tickets for both regular season and playoffs, we’re your number one source!

The San Antonio Spurs, long considered the bench mark of quality for the NBA, and the entire and a good portion of American sports, had another great season in 2015-2016. They finished the year with a record of 67-15, good for the second seed in the Western Conference. In the NBA playoffs, they went up against the seven seed, the Memphis Grizzles, and swept them in four games. In round two, they lost to the third seed, Oklahoma City Thunder, in six games.

First order of business this off season was the retirement of Tim Duncan, considered by many to the be greatest power forward in NBA history, and rightfully so. In the draft, the Spurs held the 29th selection overall, and used it to draft, Dejounte Murray, a raw but talented point guard from Washington. They consider Murray as the possible successor to Tony Parker. During free agency, they signed veteran “big league players” Pau Gasol and David Lee. They also re-signed longtime fan favorite Manu Ginobili. So far this season, the Spurs are off to another great start, currently standing with a record of 49-13, just 2.5 games back of the Warriors, and many people wonder if due to the Kevin Durant injury, if the Spurs can run the Warriors down for the top seed in the West.


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