While in town for the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four, I went over to AT&T Center to see a San Antonio Spurs game against the rival Houston Rockets. The building was modern and clean, with good sightlines on all levels. On the main 100s level, there's a nice nod to Spurs history and a unique thank-you area for long-time season ticket members.
We sat upstairs in the 200 level, and had a great view of the action. Concessions were solid and moderately priced. The HEB Fan Zone was a more social experience in one of the upper end zones with bars, high-top rounds, and a solid view of the game.
AT&T Center pumped in canned music on every possession of the game, and the public address announcer screamed "DE-fense" after a made Spurs field goal. Neither was necessary, and both were distracting. It's a shame they pumped in so much artificial noise; the Spurs fans were loud and into the game throughout -- but it was hard to hear them over the incessant blaring music. Other areas of in-game entertainment were great. The two emcees, the dance team, and The Coyote mascot kept fans entertained during the lengthy television timeouts.
Ample parking was available on-site for $20, and getting in and out of the building was a breeze. Go Spurs Go!
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