- $9 for one Champion-level seat (up to $18.44 value)
- $13 for one Spurs-level seat (up to $25.09 value)
- $17 for one Club-level seat (up to $31.07 value)
- When: Friday, March 18, at 7:30 p.m. (Reno Bighorns); Sunday, March 20, at 3 p.m. (Bakersfield Jam); or Saturday, April 2, at 7 p.m. (Texas Legends)
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The Scouting Report
Like their NBA affiliate of the same name, the Austin Spurs can count themselves among the league’s best teams. Below, find out what the current Southwest Division leaders are up to:
- Dominating at home… and on the road. The team’s 9–5 home start is nothing to scoff at, but they’ve fared even better on the road, where their 11–6 record is the best in the conference.
- Breaking opponent’s hearts on the rebound. The Spurs haul in more than 46 rebounds per game, good for third-best in the league.
- Closing out the season against division rivals. This slate of games includes the season finale against the Texas Legends, a rival they topped in three of four previous meetings this season.
Once known as the Austin Toros, the Spurs serve as the minor-league affiliate of their eponymous NBA team, fostering future stars from the moment they hatch from their locker-room cocoons. In 2012, the franchise won its first-ever D-League championship, carried by the home crowd's raucous celebrations, which are led by the Capital City Dance Team and mascot Da Bull. As an extension of their commitment to developing young talent, the Spurs also host youth development camps, providing players in grades 4–9 with the opportunity to develop their potential before high-school physics tries to teach them that slam dunks are impossible.