- Address: 1 AT&T Center Parkway, San Antonio
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 18,000
- Opened: 18 October 2002
- Main use: Basketball
- Tenants: San Antonio Spurs (basketball)
Extra stadium info – Frost Bank Center
The construction of the arena, which opened as the SBC Center, started in 2000. The construction costs of the Frost Bank Center, which opened as one of the largest sports venues by capacity in San Antonio, were $175 million. It is known as a venue for several events, like basketball, bull riding, concerts, gymnastics, ice hockey, mixed martial arts, religious gatherings and wrestling. The Frost Bank Center also became a venue for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. In 2016, the famous English rock band Black Sabbath played their final show in the United States at the arena.
The San Antonio Spurs use the arena named Frost Bank Center for home games. They won several NBA championship titles. The Spurs won the NBA championship in 1999 for the first time in their history after beating the New York Knicks. 39,000 people attended their first-ever National Basketball Association championship round game in the city of San Antonio.
NBA titles in the 2000s
The San Antonio Spurs won three NBA championship titles in the 2000s. In 2003, they were crowned NBA champions after beating the club which is currently known as the Brooklyn Nets. The Spurs won four of the six games in the championship series of the NBA. The Nets won no NBA championships before they faced the Spurs in the championship series of the NBA in 2003. In 2005, the San Antonio Spurs faced the Detroit Pistons in the finals of the NBA. That year, they won four of the seven matches in the championship series. In 2007, the Spurs were crowned NBA champions for the fourth time in their history. They won their fourth title after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers four consecutive times in the finals of the NBA.