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Spurs’ decision to play four home games away from the AT&T Center has led fans to speculate that they may be considering a move.

The San Antonio Spurs released the team’s full schedule for the 2022-23 NBA season on Wednesday, including the controversial four games it will play in Mexico City, the Alamodome and, yes, Austin.

According to Spurs’ official regular season schedule released Wednesday afternoon, the Spurs will face the Miami Heat at CDMX Arena in Mexico City on December 17.

Then, to celebrate the team’s 50th anniversary season, the Silver and Black will face the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors in a nationally televised game at the Alamodome on January 13. – a game where the Spurs have a chance to break the NBA all-time. match attendance record.

Much to the dismay of some fans, the Spurs next face the Portland Trailblazers on April 6 and the Minnesota Timberwolves on April 8 at the Moody Center in Austin.

The four home games played away from the AT&T Center have raised concerns that the team may be looking to move to nearby young and tech-savvy San Antonio to the north. However, in a fan letterSpurs managing partner Peter J. Holt assured fans that Spurs were staying at Alamo City.

Spurs CEO RC Buford elaborated on the decision in a statement after the team’s schedule was released, saying: “Hosting these four games is part of our vision to deliberately engage and celebrate the whole of our Spurs, from Mexico to Austin, while fostering the next generation of supporters.”

Ticket sales for the Alamodome Memorial Game will go on sale for season ticket holders and fan club members on August 26, with general public sales beginning on September 1.

Tickets for the game in Mexico will go on sale September 10, and tickets for both games in Austin will go on sale September 21 for season ticket holders, September 26 for fun club members and September 28 September for the general public.

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