The San Antonio Spurs had an excellent 2015 season finishing 67-15 and getting to the second round of the Western Conference Playoffs. Although the Spurs had championship aspirations and the second round boot was a disappointment, San Antonio is locked and loaded for another run at the Larry O’Brien Trophy. Two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year and 2014 NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard is back and looking to continue his emergence as one of the best players in the league. Leonard averaged career-highs of 21.2 points per game, 2.6 assists per game, 6.8 rebounds per game, 1.0 blocks per game and 1.8 steals per game. To complement their rising star the Spurs have quality starters Tony Parker and Danny Green. Parker is a former All-Star and used to be one of the best players in the League, but as he has aged so has his game. He is now a quality starting point guard who can beat almost anyone off of the dribble. Danny Green is one of the best shooters in the NBA and can stick with almost anyone on the defensive side of the ball. On the interior is five-time All-Star power forward LaMarcus Aldridge. Aldridge came back to his home state of Texas in the 2015 offseason and once again had a dominant year in 2015. Aldridge averaged 19.2 points per game, 8.5 rebounds per game, 1.0 block and 1.5 assists per game, all great numbers for an aging power forward.
In the offseason, the Spurs signed Pau Gasol, David Lee, Dewayne Dedmon, and resigned Manu Ginobili. The most important of this group is definitely Spanish big man Pau Gasol. Gasol will be a perfect fit in the Spurs passing focused offense as a facilitator at the high post. Lee is an established veteran who knows how to win and has playoff experience while Dedmon provides this group with upside as a super athletic big man who specializes in dunking. Getting Manu Ginobili to resign for another year was also a big win for the Spurs as he is the leader of their bench unit. Coming off of his last Olympic appearance he will provide scoring and creative playmaking for the Spurs. Assuming all the pieces are integrated smoothly, the Spurs should be competing for one of the top two seeds in the West.
The Spurs will be a playoff team in 2015-16 and you can see the Spurs take a shot at another title from a private luxury suite at the AT&T Center. San Antonio Spurs Terrace suites include 16 tickets with an option to purchase up to 8 additional suite tickets. Your entire party will get private entry into the AT&T Center as well as VIP parking. Choose from numerous in-suite catering options and watch every replay on HDTVs inside your suite. Spurs’ suites will also feature balcony seating, interior lounge seating, upscale furnishing and a dedicated suite attendant. Whether you are planning an event with friends and family or for business, a Spurs Terrace suite is the perfect environment for any occasion. The AT&T Center will also host Mana, Bad Boy Reunion, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas and the 5 Seconds of Summer Concert Tours.