The San Antonio Spurs made it official on Wednesday -- they'll be playing four special out-of-market home games for the 2022-23 NBA season.
Back in May, the organization sent its fans into a frenzy when they were proposing to expand its fanbase by looking to play some home games away from the AT&T Center. Even though Spurs CEO R.C. Buford assured fans the team was simply looking to branch out its reach, many took it as the first sign they'd be on the move for good.
In reality, there have been no signs that the Spurs are looking to head out of San Antonio, but that's a topic for another day. With their full schedule coming out later on Wednesday afternoon, they revealed the days they'll be hosting the proposed games in Mexico City, the Alamodome, and Austin.
The Spurs will play in Mexico City on Dec. 17
The date is set for the San Antonio Spurs to make an appearance in Mexico City at Arena CDMX. They'll be taking on the Miami Heat on December 17th. They've previously made appearances in Mexico City in 1994, 1995, 2010, 2017, and 2019.
The Spurs' 50th Anniversary game at the Alamodome is on Jan. 13
The long-anticipated return to the Alamodome to celebrate the Spurs' 50th anniversary will take place on January 13th. Hoping for a massive party atmosphere, they'll be opening the entire dome, meaning more than 65,000 fans could potentially fit. The opponent: the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors.
The Spurs' games in Austin will take place on Apr. 6 and 8
San Antonio's venture northeast to Austin's Moody Center will be happening for a pair of home games on April 6th and 8th. The first opponent will be the Portland Trail Blazers and the opponent on April 8th will be the Minnesota Timberwolves.
For ticket information on these games and more, check out the Spurs' official press release on NBA.com.