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Watch Game 7 of the 2005 NBA Finals from the Bid Light Courtyard

NBA Finals Game 1: Detroit Pistons v San Antonio Spurs Photo by Chris Covatta/NBAE via Getty Images

Although many fans have been able to relive the Spurs NBA Championship runs through Fox Sports Southwest, Spurs Sports and Entertainment is putting together a special night at the AT&T Center.

San Antonio Spurs fans are invited to relive the franchise’s third NBA Championship at a limited-attendance watch party on Friday, June 5 in the Bud Light Courtyard at the AT&T Center. Gates to the outdoor event will open at 7 p.m., and Game 7 of the 2005 NBA Finals, between the Spurs and the Detroit Pistons, will be shown on the big screen beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Each fan receives the Rudy Gay bobblehead from the game that was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can buy your tickets now through the Official Spurs Mobile App for $15 per person. Please plan on bringing your own collapsible tailgating chairs to be placed inside an assigned seating area. Complementary parking is available in Lot 2 of the AT&T Center.

The Coyote will join the watch party, emceed by Spurs In-Arena Host Chuck Cureau. The festivities will include a trivia competition, and selfie stations will be spaced throughout the Bud Light Courtyard. Specials on classic concession items, including all-beef hotdogs, popcorn, and $4 12-oz. Bud Light, will be available for contact-free ordering and delivery.

Groups will be assigned an area to ensure that safe physical distancing throughout the event. Guests will be required to wear a mask when not in their assigned areas, and will go through a wellness check upon entering the Bud Light Courtyard.


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