Spurs proposal looks to play some home games in Mexico and Austin

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Spurs fans could be traveling to some home games in the near future.

Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff confirming to KSAT-12 that the San Antonio Spurs have proposed playing home games in venues other than the AT&T Center for the next couple of seasons.

The proposal reportedly includes the Spurs playing a couple of international games, likely in Mexico City and Monterrey.

There’s also language involving two home games being played within a 100 mile radius of San Antonio.

Wolff tells KSAT those games would likely be played in Austin, San Marcos or at the Alamodome, where the Spurs played home games from 1993 until 2002.

The proposal is raising questions about the Spurs leaving San Antonio but the Judge says the team has a non-relocation agreement through the 2031-2032 season and that the proposal is an effort to broaden the team’s fanbase.

The proposal will be brought up during the Bexar County Commissioners meeting Tuesday.

Judge Wolff adds a final decision on the proposal will not be made at that time.

The Spurs moved to San Antonio from Dallas in 1973.

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