For five decades the San Antonio Spurs have engaged, celebrated and inspired their fans. Thanks to the storied success on the court, and a deep commitment to serving the community, Spurs fans can be found across South and Central Texas. From Corpus to Comfort, Lockhart to Laredo, Alamo to Austin.

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“Our entire organization is grateful for the support we get from across the State of Texas,” said Spurs CEO RC Buford. “Our fans truly are the best in the NBA. In turn, we are driven to make our fans and our communities proud of how the Spurs show up on and off the court.”

Over the years the Spurs have found innovative ways to connect with their fans across the globe, including playing multiple games outside of the Frost Bank Center, their home arena in San Antonio. Internationally, the Spurs have played games in Mexico City, Milan, Istanbul and Berlin while closer to home, the team has played in both Laredo and Austin.

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The 2023-24 campaign will mark the second straight season the Spurs have hosted home games at the Moody Center in Austin. Dubbed the I-35 Series, the Spurs will face the Denver Nuggets on Friday, March 15 and then host the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday, March 17.

The two games will serve as the centerpiece of Spurs Week which includes 15 fan facing events and nine community impact events.

“The plan is to engage and interact with our fans across Austin throughout Spurs Week,” said Brandon James, the Spurs senior vice president of strategic growth. “Our fans bring us energy around the world, and we are excited to connect with them in Austin and those visiting for SXSW.  The thoughtful programming from our talented team promises to be fun and exciting, and there is genuinely something for everyone.”

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During the 2022-23 season the Spurs organization was reminded of the passion and support Spurs fans provide no matter the location, as both games were sell-outs, setting back-to-back Moody Center attendance records.

“We believe San Antonio is uniquely positioned geographically, culturally and economically to serve as the hub for a region that starts in Mexico and runs through Austin, and that we have a unique ability to connect individuals and communities across this region,” said Buford, who has been with the organization since 1988.