In the final installment of the “Home Sweet Home” series, we look back at the memories the Spurs have given their fans in the AT&T Center.
AT&T Center (2002-present)
Once construction was complete, the Spurs broke in the new arena with style. Just in it’s first season, the Sp
The AT&T Center would be home to memories that will live with Spurs fans forever. In the 2003, Tim Duncan would come close to a quadruple-double and dominate the Nets in the 2003 NBA Finals. In the second season, the Spurs would host the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2004 Western Conference Semi-Finals and give Spurs fans the worst memory possible. Simply known as “.4.”
The memories do not stop there. Who can forget the thrilling 7 game series against the Pistons in the 2005 NBA Finals giving the team its third NBA title, the constant beatdowns on the Phoenix Suns in the playoffs, the Tim Duncan “3” in OT versus the Suns in the 2008 NBA playoffs and the rise of the Tony Parker era. It also brought us Roger Mason’s clutch shooting, David Robinson’s jersey retirement night, heartache against the Mavericks in the 2006 NBA playoffs, the “no-call” foul on Brent Barry by Derek Fisher against the Lakers, Horry’s hip-check on Steve Nash, the fourth NBA title against the Cavs in the 2007 NBA Finals and the prime years of Tim Duncan.
The AT&T Center is home to the biggest wealth of memories the Sp
Top 5 Memories in the AT&T Center:
4. The “Big 3” era
3. Duncan’s “3” against the Suns in the 2008 NBA Playoffs
2. Game 7 of the 2005 NBA Finals vs. the Pistons and TD’s near quad-double
1. David Robinson retiring a champion in the 2003 NBA Finals & his jersey retirement night
Please tell us your memories of the AT&T Center and we leave you with the following.