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San Antonio Spurs player appearances The San Antonio Spurs joined the NBA in 1976 and are based in San Antonio, Texas as members of the Southwest Division of the Western Conference playing home games at AT&T Center. The Spurs are the only original ABA team that has won a championship in the NBA. In fact, the San Antonio Spurs are fourth in overall titles with four championships with only the Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers winning more titles.

George Gervin was an early hit and helped the team to become one of the best new teams in the league. There was a period of a few years in the ‘80s when the team was not productive but the signing of David Robinson helped turn this around, bringing the team back to the top of the league. Other Spurs’ stars have included Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Robert Horry, Nick Van Exel, Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen, just to name a few.

Can you imagine the attention your next corporate function would garner if you booked one of the famous San Antonio Spurs for the event? Our company can help you secure the talents of many of the Spurs players. Choose one, or more, to speak at your next private gathering or to show up at your next trade show, all you have to do is head to AthletePromotions.com. We are also able to find San Antonio Spurs player agents and San Antonio Spurs player publicists.

Just some of the San Antonio Spurs greats you can choose from include David Robinson, Sean Elliot, Tim Duncan, George Gervin and Avery Johnson, who are available for guest speaking appearances, advertising campaigns and product endorsement deals, motivational workshops and much more. Booking one of these famed players is easy just by going to our site at AthletePromotions.com.

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