|League||NBA Development League|
|Arena||Cedar Park Center|
|Team colors||Black, Silver, White
Slate, Maroon, Gold, White
Orange, Navy, Silver, White
(Columbus Riverdragons – 2001–2005)
|Head coach||Ken McDonald|
|Ownership||San Antonio Spurs|
|Affiliation(s)||San Antonio Spurs|
|Division / Conference titles||3 (2004–05, 2007–08, 2011–12)|
The team plays their home games at Cedar Park Center. They have been very successful, making the postseason 7 out of their 12 seasons in the NBA Development League.
On October 15, 2014, they were renamed to that of their affiliate in San Antonio, Spurs. After the San Antonio Spurs purchased the franchise, the team colors and logo were changed to reflect the silver and black motif used by the Spurs.
The Columbus Riverdragons franchise from Columbus, Georgia was awarded to the city of Austin, Texas in mid-2005 and the new name was unveiled on August 10, 2005. The Toros began play during the 2005–06 season. Their official colors were originally red, blue, and gold. The Toros name is currently the only NBA-associated team and first D-League team to possess a nickname of Spanish origin. Along with the Asheville Altitude and the Huntsville Flight sold to Southwest Basketball, LLC, the Columbus Riverdragons moved to Austin in 2005.
On February 22, 2007, head coach Dennis Johnson died of an apparent heart attack after a workout with his players. After an interim coach guided the team for the rest of that season, Quin Snyder was named as the team's head coach for 2007–08.
On June 28, 2007, the Toros were acquired by the four-time NBA champion San Antonio Spurs, becoming the second D-League team ever to be owned by an NBA team, after the Los Angeles D-Fenders were purchased by the Los Angeles Lakers in 2006.
On October 15, 2014, the team announced that they will be changing their name to the Austin Spurs, in reference to their parent team.
|2001–02||3rd||31||25||.554||Lost Semifinals (Greenville) 2-1|
|2004–05||1st||30||18||.625||Won Semifinals (Roanoke) 96-89
Lost D-League Finals (Asheville) 90-67
|2007–08||Southwestern||1st||30||20||.600||Won Semifinals (Sioux Falls) 99-93
Lost D-League Finals (Idaho) 2-1
|2008–09||Southwestern||2nd||32||18||.640||Won Round 1 (Idaho) 119-116 (OT)
Lost Semifinals (Colorado) 114-111
|2009–10||Western||2nd||32||18||.640||Won Round 1 (Dakota) 2-1
Lost Semifinals (Rio Grande Valley) 2-1
|2011–12||Western||2nd||33||17||.660||Won Round 1 (Erie) 2-1
Won Semifinals (Canton) 2-1
Won NBA D-League Finals (Los Angeles) 2-1
|2012–13||Central||2nd||35||15||.700||Won Round 1 (Bakersfield) 2-0
Lost Semifinals (Santa Cruz) 2-0
Austin Spurs roster
- Austin Daye
- Nando de Colo
- Danny Green
- Cory Joseph
- Marcus Fizer
- Gerald Green
- Allan Ray
- Curtis Jerrells
- Jay Williams
- James White
- Justin Reed
- Darius Washington, Jr.
- Marcus Williams
- Keith Langford
- Pops Mensah-Bonsu
- Terence Morris (Columbus Riverdragons)
- Alonzo Gee
- Lance Thomas
- Leo Lyons
- Aubrey Coleman
- Boston Celtics (2006–2007)
- Denver Nuggets (2005–2006)
- Houston Rockets (2005–2007)
- Los Angeles Clippers (2005–2006)
- San Antonio Spurs (2005–present)