Going to a basketball game lets fans feel the excitement and hear the pleas for quiet from the family living underneath the bleachers. Root for the home team with this GrouponLive deal to see the San Antonio Spurs hit the hardwood at the AT&T Center.
Choose Between Two Options
The Spurs take on the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m. Gates open one hour before tipoff.<p>
$28 for a game package (up to a $71.52 total value) that includes:
- One ticket for seating in sections 218–230 (up to a $51.52 value, including all fees)
- One Austin Toros flex voucher, redeemable for Spurs-section seating at any 2012–13 Toros regular-season home game (up to a $20 value)<p>
$55 for a game package (up to a $110.25 total value) that includes:
- One ticket for seating in section 101, 103, 104, 110, 114, 115, 119, 125, 126, or 128 (up to a $90.25 value, including all fees)
- One Austin Toros flex voucher, redeemable for Spurs-section seating for any remaining 2012–13 Toros regular-season home game (up to a $20 value)<p>
The Scouting Report
With less than a quarter of the 2012–2013 regular season left, the veteran Spurs roster continues to drive past Father Time and deliver on the expectations of once again contending for the franchise’s fifth NBA title. Boasting a 47–14 record through 61 games this season, the Spurs have climbed to the top of the Western Conference standings by excelling on both ends of the court; they fill up scoreboards with the conference’s third-best offense while surrendering the fourth-fewest points defensively. The team also showcases an unmatched penchant for sharing, dishing out a league-high 25.3 assists per game and sporting uniforms knitted by each other’s grandmas.
Meanwhile, the Spurs’ Developmental League affiliate, the Austin Toros, storms onto the court at Cedar Park Center in defense of its 2011–12 D-League championship. Not to be outdone by their NBA parent squad, the Toros have also emerged as a frontrunner this season, compiling a 22–14 record that has propelled them to the top of the Central Division standings.<p>
San Antonio Spurs
As if remembering the Alamo 10 times over, the San Antonio Spurs have never relented in their pursuit of victory; with four NBA Championships since 1999—the fourth-most all-time among all NBA franchises—the team stands as one of the NBA’s most successful dynasties. In fact, since the ABA–NBA merger in 1976–77, the Spurs have made the playoffs in all but four seasons, posting the third-highest all-time winning percentage among active franchises. Today’s squad continues the Spurs’ wild legacy at their home court inside the AT&T Center, an 18,581-seat arena filled with crowds swathed in black and silver. During timeouts and breaks in the action, the Silver Dancers keep fans energized with help from Coyote, a mascot known for giving out hugs and baying at the arena lights after mistaking them for the moon.