List of San Antonio Spurs seasons

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The San Antonio Spurs are a professional basketball team based in San Antonio, Texas that competes in the National Basketball Association (NBA). They were founded in Dallas, Texas as the Dallas Chaparrals, one of the eleven charter franchises of the American Basketball Association (ABA), in 1967. During the 1970–71 season, in an attempt to make the team a regional one, the name Dallas was dropped in favor of Texas and some home games were played in Fort Worth and Lubbock, but low attendance figures prompted the team to return full-time to Dallas the following season. In 1973 the franchise relocated to San Antonio and was renamed the San Antonio Spurs.[1] Three years later the Spurs were one of four ABA franchises who joined the NBA as a result of the ABA-NBA merger.

In their 36 seasons since joining the NBA, the Spurs have achieved a winning record 28 times, have appeared in the NBA playoffs 32 times, and have won 4 NBA Championships.[2] The only NBA franchises that have won more championships than the Spurs are the Boston Celtics (17 championships), the Los Angeles Lakers (16) and Chicago Bulls (6).[3]

Table key[edit]

dagger NBA champions
* Conference champions
^ Division champions
# Playoff berth
ASGMVP All-Star Game Most Valuable Player
CIT J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award
CoY Coach of the Year
DPoY Defensive Player of the Year
EoY Executive of the Year
FMVP Finals Most Valuable Player
MIP Most Improved Player
MVP Most Valuable Player
RoY Rookie of the Year
SMoY Sixth Man of the Year
SPOR Sportsmanship Award

ABA seasons[edit]

Season Division Finish[a] Wins[b] Losses[b] Win% GB Playoffs Awards Head coach
1967–68[c] Western 2nd # 46 32 .590 2 Won Division Semifinals vs. Houston, 3–0
Lost Division Finals vs. New Orleans, 4–1[4]
Cliff Hagan
1968–69 Western 4th # 41 37 .526 19 Lost Division Semifinals vs. New Orleans, 4–3[5] John Beasley (ASGMVP) Cliff Hagan
1969–70 Western 2nd # 45 39 .536 6 Lost Division Semifinals vs. Los Angeles, 4–2[6] Cliff Hagan (22–21)
Max Williams (23-18)
1970–71[d] Western 4th # 30 54 .357 28 Won Division Tiebreaker vs. Denver, 1–0
Lost Division Semifinals vs. Utah, 4–0[7]
Max Williams (5-14)
Bill Blakeley (25-40)
1971–72[e] Western 3rd # 42 42 .500 18 Lost Division Semifinals vs. Utah, 4–0[8] Tom Nissalke (CoY) Tom Nissalke
1972–73 Western 5th 28 56 .333 27 [9] Babe McCarthy (24–48)
Dave Brown (4–8)
1973–74[f] Western 3rd # 45 39 .536 6 Lost Division Semifinals vs. Indiana, 4–3[10] Swen Nater (RoY)
Jack Ankerson (EoY)
Tom Nissalke
1974–75 Western 2nd # 51 33 .607 14 Lost Division Semifinals vs. Indiana, 4–2[11] Tom Nissalke (18–10)
Bob Bass (33–23)
1975–76 3rd # 50 34 .595 10 Lost Semifinals vs. New York, 4–3[12] Bob Bass

NBA seasons[edit]

Statistics are correct as of the 2012–13 season.

Season Conf. Finish[a] Division Finish[a] W[b] L[b] Win% GB Playoffs Awards Head coach
1976–77 Eastern 5th # Central 3rd 44 38 .537 5 Lost First Round vs. Boston, 2–0[13] Doug Moe
1977–78 Eastern 2nd # Central ^ 1st ^ 52 30 .634 Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Washington, 4–2[14] Angelo Drossos (EoY) Doug Moe
1978–79 Eastern 2nd # Central ^ 1st ^ 48 34 .585 Won Conference Semifinals vs. Philadelphia, 4–3
Lost Conference Finals vs. Washington, 4–3[15]
Doug Moe
1979–80 Eastern 5th # Central 3rd 41 41 .500 9 Lost First Round vs. Houston, 2–1[16] George Gervin (ASGMVP) Doug Moe (33–33)
Bob Bass (8–8)
1980–81 Western 2nd # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 52 30 .634 Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Houston, 4–3[17] Stan Albeck
1981–82 Western 2nd # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 48 34 .585 Won Conference Semifinals vs. Seattle, 4–1
Lost Conference Finals vs. Los Angeles, 4–0[18]
Stan Albeck
1982–83 Western 2nd # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 53 29 .646 Won Conference Semifinals vs. Denver, 4–1
Lost Conference Finals vs. Los Angeles, 4–2[19]
Stan Albeck
1983–84 Western 10th Midwest 5th 37 45 .451 8 [20] Morris McHone (11–20)
Bob Bass (26–25)
1984–85 Western 7th # Midwest 5th 41 41 .500 11 Lost First Round vs. Denver, 3–2[21] Cotton Fitzsimmons
1985–86 Western 8th # Midwest 6th 35 47 .427 16 Lost First Round vs. L.A. Lakers, 3–0[22] Alvin Robertson (DPoY, MIP) Cotton Fitzsimmons
1986–87 Western 11th Midwest 6th 28 54 .341 27 [23] Bob Weiss
1987–88 Western 8th # Midwest 5th 31 51 .378 23 Lost First Round vs. L.A. Lakers, 3–0[24] Bob Weiss
1988–89 Western 12th Midwest 5th 21 61 .256 30 [25] Larry Brown
1989–90 Western 2nd # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 56 26 .683 Won First Round vs. Denver, 3–0
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Portland, 4–3[26]
David Robinson (RoY, IBM)
Bob Bass (EoY)
Larry Brown
1990–91 Western 2nd # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 55 27 .671 Lost First Round vs. Golden State, 3–1[27] Larry Brown
1991–92 Western 5th # Midwest 2nd 47 35 .573 8 Lost First Round vs. Phoenix, 3–0[28] David Robinson (DPoY) Larry Brown (21–17)
Bob Bass (26–18)
1992–93 Western 5th # Midwest 2nd 49 33 .598 6 Won First Round vs. Portland, 3–1
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Phoenix, 4–2[29]
Jerry Tarkanian (9–11)
Rex Hughes (1–0)
John Lucas (39–22)
1993–94 Western 4th # Midwest 2nd 55 27 .671 3 Lost First Round vs. Utah, 3–1[30] John Lucas
1994–95 Western 1st # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 62 20 .756 Won First Round vs. Denver, 3–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. L.A. Lakers, 4–2
Lost Conference Finals vs. Houston, 4–2[31]
David Robinson (MVP) Bob Hill
1995–96 Western 2nd # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 59 23 .720 Won First Round vs. Phoenix, 3–1
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Utah, 4–2[32]
Bob Hill
1996–97 Western 13th Midwest 6th 20 62 .244 44 [33] Bob Hill (3–15)
Gregg Popovich (17–47)
1997–98 Western 5th # Midwest 2nd 56 26 .683 6 Won First Round vs. Phoenix, 3–1
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Utah, 4–1[34]
Tim Duncan (RoY)
Avery Johnson (SPOR)
Gregg Popovich
1998–99 dagger Western * 1st # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 37 13 .740 Won First Round vs. Minnesota, 3–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. L.A. Lakers, 4–0
Won Conference Finals vs. Portland, 4–0
Won NBA Finals vs. New York, 4–1 dagger[35]
Tim Duncan (FMVP) Gregg Popovich
1999–2000 Western 4th # Midwest 2nd 53 29 .646 2 Lost First Round vs. Phoenix, 3–1[36] Tim Duncan (ASGMVP) Gregg Popovich
2000–01 Western 1st # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 58 24 .707 Won First Round vs. Minnesota, 3–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Dallas, 4–1
Lost Conference Finals vs. L.A. Lakers, 4–0[37]
David Robinson (SPOR) Gregg Popovich
2001–02 Western 2nd # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 58 24 .707 Won First Round vs. Seattle, 3–2
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. L.A. Lakers, 4–1[38]
Tim Duncan (MVP, IBM)
Steve Smith (SPOR)
Gregg Popovich
2002–03 dagger Western * 1st # Midwest ^ 1st ^ 60 22 .732 Won First Round vs. Phoenix, 4–2
Won Conference Semifinals vs. L.A. Lakers, 4–2
Won Conference Finals vs. Dallas, 4–2
Won NBA Finals vs. New Jersey, 4–2 dagger[39]
Tim Duncan (MVP, FMVP)
David Robinson (CIT)
Gregg Popovich (CoY)
Gregg Popovich
2003–04 Western 3rd # Midwest 2nd 57 25 .695 1 Won First Round vs. Memphis, 4–0
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. L.A. Lakers, 4–2[40]
Gregg Popovich
2004–05 dagger Western * 2nd # Southwest ^ 1st ^ 59 23 .720 Won First Round vs. Denver, 4–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Seattle, 4–2
Won Conference Finals vs. Phoenix, 4–1
Won NBA Finals vs. Detroit, 4–3 dagger[41]
Tim Duncan (FMVP) Gregg Popovich
2005–06 Western 1st # Southwest ^ 1st ^ 63 19 .768 Won First Round vs. Sacramento, 4–2
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Dallas, 4–3[42]
Gregg Popovich
2006–07 dagger Western * 3rd # Southwest 2nd 58 24 .707 9 Won First Round vs. Denver, 4–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Phoenix, 4–2
Won Conference Finals vs. Utah, 4–1
Won NBA Finals vs. Cleveland, 4–0 dagger[43]
Tony Parker (FMVP) Gregg Popovich
2007–08 Western 3rd # Southwest 2nd 56 26 .683 Won First Round vs. Phoenix, 4–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. New Orleans, 4–3
Lost Conference Finals vs. L.A. Lakers, 4–1[44]
Manu Ginóbili (SMoY) Gregg Popovich
2008–09 Western 3rd # Southwest ^ 1st ^ 54 28 .659 Lost First Round vs. Dallas, 4–1[45] Gregg Popovich
2009–10 Western 7th # Southwest 2nd 50 32 .610 5 Won First Round vs. Dallas, 4–2
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Phoenix, 4–0[46]
Gregg Popovich
2010–11 Western 1st # Southwest ^ 1st ^ 61 21 .744 Lost First Round vs. Memphis, 4–2[47] Gregg Popovich
2011–12 Western 1st # Southwest ^ 1st ^ 50 16 .758 Won First Round vs. Utah, 4–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. L.A. Clippers, 4–0
Lost Conference Finals vs. Oklahoma City, 4–2 [48]
Gregg Popovich (CoY) Gregg Popovich
2012–13 Western * 2nd # Southwest ^ 1st ^ 58 24 .707 Won First Round vs. L.A. Lakers, 4-0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Golden State, 4-2
Won Conference Finals vs. Memphis, 4-0
Lost NBA Finals vs. Miami, 3-4
Gregg Popovich

Statistics[edit]

Statistics are correct as of the First Round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs.

Regular season Playoffs Total
Wins Losses Win% Wins Losses Win% Wins Losses Win%
Dallas/Texas Chaparrals ABA record (1967–1973) 232 260 .472 10 20 .333 242 280 .464
San Antonio Spurs ABA record (1973–1976) 146 106 .579 8 12 .400 154 118 .566
All-time ABA record 378 366 .508 18 32 .360 396 398 .499
San Antonio Spurs NBA record (1976–present) 1,822 1,164 .610 174 144 .547 1,996 1,308 .604
All-time Spurs record 1,968 1,270 .608 182 156 .539 2,150 1,426 .601
All-time franchise record 2,346 1,636 .589 200 188 .515 2,546 1,824 .582

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c The Finish column lists regular season results and excludes postseason play.
  2. ^ a b c d The Wins and Losses columns list regular season results and exclude any postseason play. Regular and postseason records are combined only below the table.
  3. ^ The team was founded as the Dallas Chaparrals.
  4. ^ The team was renamed the Texas Chaparrals.
  5. ^ The team was renamed the Dallas Chaparrals.
  6. ^ The team was relocated to San Antonio and was renamed the San Antonio Spurs.

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