San Antonio Spurs Schedule in 2014-15
The San Antonio Spurs are ready to hit the court in 2013-14 to take on all
comers that dare step into their arena and try to walk away with a victory. The Spurs are the reigning NBA Champions, and
as a result will have a target on their backs this season. However, with a talented team and one of the best head coaches
in the history of the sport many fans think 2014-15 will be the Spurs' year yet again. The team will have to face some tough
opponents at home this season, but they are certainly up to the task.
The Spurs will be looking forward to hosting some
of the best teams in the Western Conference, especially the Oklahoma City Thunder. Many people will say that the Thunder pose
the biggest threat to San Antonio's reign over the Western Conference, but there are other tough clubs to consider such as
the Los Angeles Clippers and Dallas Mavericks, who both improved in the offseason. It should be a fantastic season of Spurs
hoops, so make sure to take a glance at the full schedule to see what other teams are headed to the AT&T Center in 2014-15.
San Antonio Spurs Team Info
The San Antonio Spurs are ready to contend for the NBA Championship yet again after
running the gauntlet that is the NBA Playoffs and taking home the Larry O'Brien Trophy. The Spurs have now won back-to-back
Western Conference Finals and are looking to make it three in a row. San Antonio is bringing back pretty much every key cog
to their championship run of a year ago, and most people probably consider them the favorites to take home the title yet again.
The team still relies on the trio of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili. However, the team has such a great supporting
cast around their star players. The Spurs saw youngster Kawhi Leonard take him game to the next level in the NBA Finals last
year, earning the San Diego State product NBA Finals MVP honors. Leonard looks to be the next Spurs star as guys like Duncan
and Ginobili had the baton off. It will be interesting to see what kind of role Leonard plays for the team this season. The
Spurs made sure to being back Boris Diaw and Patty Mills, both free agents, in the offseason. These two players were huge
throughout the postseason for the team, and they should again get significant minutes. The Spurs also added one of the most
interesting players in the 2014 draft class when they selected UCLA product Kyle Anderson in the first round of the draft.
Anderson is a point guard in a forward's body and has an incredible high basketball IQ; he has drawn a lot of comparisons
to Diaw in that regard. The Spurs will probably bring him along slowly, but it looks like he's landed with the perfect team
to maximize his abilities. The Spurs will be gunning for another NBA title this season, and the fans will be on board to enjoy
The San Antonio Spurs are sure to be involved in some great games at home this
season, and fans will pack into the AT&T Center to see the action unfold live and in person. When you're there in the
stands you're going to be amazed at the skills of these players, and you'll understand why so many fans head to Spurs home
games on a regular basis. Arenas all over the country are packed to the brim when a top team like the Spurs comes to town.
Luckily for San Antonio fans, they get to see their beloved Spurs on their home court 41 times per year in the regular season.
Get out to the arena to catch a game this season.
San Antonio Spurs Trivia
How did the San Antonio Spurs
acquire Kawhi Leonard?
The answer is with a draft night trade that sent Greg Popovich favorite George Hill to the Indiana
Pacers for the pick that was used on Leonard. Leonard was a fine player at San Diego State, but he was far from a finished
product. His work ethic and the Spurs player development have resulted in Leonard quickly ascending to a level where he is
now considered one of the young stars of the league. Leonard was able to win the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player award after
the Spurs won the NBA Championship in 2014.
San Antonio Spurs History
The San Antonio Spurs are a professional
basketball team that is a part of the National Basketball Association, a league that features the best of the best in the
world of basketball. The Spurs organization was founded in 1967 as a member of the American Basketball Association and joined
the NBA in 1976. They were originally known as the Dallas Chaparrals and underwent several name changes before settling on
the San Antonio Spurs in 1973. The Spurs have had two of the best big men to ever play the game in David Robinson and Tim
Duncan. The franchise has been to the NBA Finals six times and won five NBA Championships, the most recent coming this past
season. The Spurs are looking to make it back-to-back titles this time around, and they may just have what it takes to get
the job done.
San Antonio Spurs Fans
The National Basketball Association seems to bring out the best in
hoops fans, and fans of the San Antonio Spurs are some of the most passionate basketball enthusiasts that you'll ever come
across. The Spurs are the only major sports team in the city of San Antonio, so they get all the attention and love from the
sports fans in the area. These fans pack the house for each and every home game, no matter who the Spurs are playing. They
can be heard loud and clear at every home matchups, and it makes for an incredible atmosphere in the arena. Make sure to join
the great Spurs fans in the arena this season as San Antonio takes the court against some of the top teams in pro hoops.