Head coach Gregg Popovich and the San Antonio Spurs have a chance to make history this season. Reaching the playoffs in April will make it 23-years straight for the Spurs, which will break a tie they currently sit in with the Syracuse Nationals/Philadelphia 76ers for most consecutive playoff appearances.
The Spurs have transitioned from favorite to spoiler in the Western Conference, but they are still fielding a formidable, veteran-laden team that could easily beat one of the so-called superteams out west. DeMar DeRozan and LaMarcus Aldridge lead the way, while Dejounte Murray returns at point guard after missing last season due to injury. In fact, he and Derrick White should give the Spurs an exciting backcourt to go with their veteran big men – a good combination for one of the most respected teams in the NBA.
For a premier experience at the AT&T Center, start with a Courtside Box. Spend time in the private club where you will be treated to a four-course chef’s table dinner, along with beer, wine, soft drinks, and bottled water. Courtside Boxes are the only premium tickets available in the AT&T Center’s lower level and come with 12 tickets and four VIP parking passes. Other luxury opportunities include access to the Xerox Courtside Club, single-night Hospitality Suites, and the traditional Terrace Suites that hold 16 guests.