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Miami Heat Vs. San Antonio Spurs Tickets





Heat Vs. Spurs Basketball Tickets

San Antonio Spurs Vs. Miami Heat AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX Saturday
10/21/2006
7:00 PM

San Antonio Spurs Vs. Miami Heat AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX Wednesday
11/22/2006
6:30 PM


Did You Know?

The San Antonio Spurs are an American professional basketball team based in San Antonio, Texas. They play in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

In the 2005-2006 season, the Spurs broke their franchise record for wins in a season (63-19) and qualified for the playoffs for the ninth year in a row. (The Spurs and Indiana Pacers currently share the NBA's longest active consecutive playoff appearance streak with nine in a row — see Active NBA playoff appearance streaks.) However, the defending-champion Spurs were eliminated in the second round by the Dallas Mavericks in a 7-game semifinal series that, due to a quirk in the playoff ranking system, featured the two top teams in the conference.

During the 2006 off-season, the Spurs traded Rasho Nesterovic to the Toronto Raptors for Matt Bonner, Eric Williams, and a second-round draft pick in the 2009 NBA Draft. [1]

Future Outlook

The Spurs look poised to contend for several titles to come. The three key players (Duncan, Ginobili, Parker) are under contract until at least 2009. The Spurs had hoped to buy out the contract of Ginobili's countryman Luis Scola, a power forward whom the Spurs had drafted in 2002; however, it appears that the Spurs are looking to trade the rights to Scola even though the asking price of TAU Cerámica is down to $3.5 million, keeping the possibility open that they could still pursue him.

The Spurs lightened their salary cap by trading Rasho Nesterovic to Toronto for Matt Bonner and Eric Williams. They have also signed two centers, Jackie Butler and Francisco Elson, to replace Nesterovic and Nazr Mohammed (who signed with the Detroit Pistons as a free agent). The Spurs have also signed a third point guard, veteran Jacque Vaughn.