With two weeks left in its scheduled inaugural season, the Alliance of American Football is shutting down, ending the San Antonio Commanders’ brief run.
Peter J. Holt and Corinna Holt Richter are stepping into their parents’ former roles atop Spurs Sports & Entertainment, which owns the NBA’s Spurs.
Ginobili provoked the “pop” out of Popovich. He lit the fire in the coach’s eyes, the fuse on the coach’s tongue. Ginobili could speak three languages and make Pop swear at him in four.
The Believe It Foundation on Friday announced Believe It Bikes, a citywide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities.
The San Antonio Missions’ first home stand in Triple-A baseball is a three-game series beginning April 9 against the Memphis Redbirds.
The Valero Alamo Bowl in 2018 made the biggest eonomic impact on San Antonio in the game’s 26-year history, according to an independent analysis.
A group of 11 women – both coaches and competitors – from the San Antonio area are in Abu Dhabi for the Special Olympics World Games.
Dr. David R. Schmidt is best known for serving as the Spurs’ team doctor since 1993, but that is hardly where he has made his most significant impact.
The Fed Cup international women’s tennis competition comes to San Antonio in April when the U.S. team faces Switzerland at Freeman Coliseum.
The Alliance of American Football needed a $250 million investment/bailout to meet payroll in the league’s first week.
Alamodome management and concessions operator Savor Black Tie got the message from frustrated San Antonio Commanders fans concerned about long lines.