January 14, 2023

Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome

The San Antonio Spurs broke an attendance record Friday when they played the Golden State Warriors at the Alamodome for the franchise's 50th-anniversary celebration.

During the third quarter, former Spur David Robinson revealed the final attendance count to the standing-room-only crowd: 68,323. That's well ahead of the previous NBA record, set in 1998 when 62,046 fans packed the Georgia Dome.

Unfortunately, Golden State dominated Friday night's game, which ended in a 144-113 victory for the visiting team. Even so, it was clear the hometown crowd had fun celebrating the Silver and Black.
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Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome
Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome
Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome
Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome
Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome
Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome
Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome
Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome
Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome
Everything we saw as the San Antonio Spurs packed 68,000 people into the Alamodome