The San Antonio Spurs have been the NBA’s model franchise for the better part of two decades now. Almost every other team tries to model itself after the Spurs organization because they’ve been the definition of sustained success in this league. The Spurs have five NBA championships since the 1998-99 season and the two constants through all of them on the floor are head coach Gregg Popovich and C Tim Duncan.
With 50 or more wins in every year since 1999-2000, it’s no wonder why everyone else tries to be like San Antonio. That level of success is also a big reason why San Antonio Spurs lines are heavily bet on by NBA bettors looking to grow their bankrolls each year.
San Antonio Spurs Next Game
To see what kind of moneyline odds are out there for the San Antonio Spurs next game you can view the box below. It lists the prices for the Spurs and their opponent and will be updated with the final score after the game.
San Antonio Spurs Score
So many 50+ win seasons means that San Antonio Spurs scores are often better than their opponents. Check out the Spurs full season schedule and results below.
San Antonio Spurs Standings
During the Popovich/Duncan era, the San Antonio Spurs standings position has been fixated at the top. Check out where the Spurs sit in this year’s standings below.
San Antonio Spurs Record
Since their first NBA title in 1999, the San Antonio Spurs always enter the year as one of the favourites to win it all. It’s a position and reputation that is deservedly earned through the remarkable consistency they’ve shown the rest of the league since then. The fact that they have continually reloaded and still put out 50+ win seasons is something that is quite rare in the free agency era of sports.
However, there will be a time soon when the core of the Spurs that many bettors have made plenty of money off over the years (Duncan, Ginobili, Parker) will have moved on. Even Popovich won’t be on the bench forever and it will be interesting to see if San Antonio’s winning ways will continue. Even with an older roster in 15-16, the Spurs almost became the first team to finish a regular season undefeated at home with a 40-1 straight up mark in their own building.
It’s rare that bettors can count on a franchise to win at the rate the Spurs have year-in and year out. That makes it especially tough to bet against this team until a significant sample size shows otherwise. They’ve had arguably the best front office in the league for years, as the moves the GM, president etc, have made continually put this team in the championship picture.