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The San Antonio sports landscape offers visitors an exciting option when visiting the Alamo City. From the Spurs to the Silver Stars, and even the Missions, be sure to take in a game or two on your Lone Star State travels.
Visitors from nearby cities like Floresville, and Kerrville often make trips into San Antonio during late fall for riveting NBA action – the San Antonio Spurs are a legendary franchise, with multiple NBA championships to their name, and a slew of past and present all-stars. Make the trip in from Cuero, or Hondo and head to the AT&T Center to watch the Spurs battle.
The AT&T Center double dips on its professional sports hosting duties, as it houses the Silver Stars of the WNBA – check out a game during the summer.
Baseball fans from nearby Lytle, to as far north as San Marcos, make frequent trips during the spring and summer to catch their favorite minor league baseball team in action – the San Antonio Missions. The Double-A minor league affiliate of the San Diego Padres, the Missions play all home games at the Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium.
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