The San Antonio Spurs today announced their five-game 2021 preseason schedule that tips off at home on Oct. 4 and includes three contests inside the AT&T Center. Tickets for the 2021 preseason will go on sale at noon today at Spurs.com. The 2021-22 Spurs season is presented by H-E-B. The Spurs will tip off the 2021 preseason campaign at home, hosting the Utah Jazz at the AT&T Center on Monday, Oct. 4. Games against the Miami Heat on Friday, Oct. 8 and the Houston Rockets on Friday, Oct. 15 will round out the home slate. The Silver and Black will travel to Detroit to face the Pistons on Wednesday, Oct. 6, and will play the Magic in Orlando on Sunday, Oct. 10.
“I left my job and took one that had more flexibility for taking days off during the Olympic Games,” Nakamura said. “We’re all frustrated with COVID-19. Japan was slow to start vaccinating people… “I was sad because I’ve been looking forward to the Games for almost two years since I got tickets. After that I needed to give up many things due to COVID-19 but I’ve been patient and staying safe hoping for this opportunity.” Nakamura and other ticket holders will be receiving a full refund, according to the International Olympic Committee.
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New Yorkers who get vaccinated at Madison Square Garden will have a chance to score a free ticket to a Knicks playoff game starting Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced. “The New York Knicks are joining us to speed up the vaccinations in the city, to reach more people and keep them safe,” Hizzoner said during his daily virtual press briefing while wearing a blue Knicks cap. “The Knicks are bringing the vaccination effort right there, to the Garden.”
Mike Vorkunov: Jim Dolan says he’s hoping to have more than 13,000 fans in MSG for the playoffs for Knicks games under New York’s new guidance with the vaccinated fans “sitting shoulder to shoulder” and tells people to get vaccinated.
Mike Vorkunov: “For Knicks home playoff games we’re shooting to have more than 13,000 fans at the Garden,” James Dolan said today. “The majority of whom will be sitting in vaccinated sections shoulder-to-shoulder.”