The 2014 San Antonio Spurs victory parade live stream and TV coverage for their ticker-tape championship celebration is scheduled to take place today starting at 7 p.m. ET (6 p.m. local time) as thousands of fans will cheer on their hometown hero’s huge NBA championship title over the Miami Heat. The Spurs dominated the 2014 NBA Finals as they took out the Heat in 5 games this season.
According to a SB Nation report on June 18, the Spurs will celebrate their fifth title in franchise history in style. The parade will start on the river giving thousands of fans a chance to see, cheer and congratulate their team on a great season. The parade's final destination will be the Alamodome where a special ceremony will take place with Spurs players and coaches as they have their first chance to show off the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy. Spurs fans who wish to attend any and all events are welcome and the best part is it is all free.
The Spurs once again proved they are one of the best teams in the NBA this year, yet somehow they seem to always get over looked. On the heels of almost winning the NBA crown last season, San Antonio bounced back this year by finishing the regular season with the best record in the NBA.
The biggest competition San Antonio has in the post season was from their in-state rivals, the Dallas Mavericks. The Mavs pushed the Spurs to 7 games in the first round but after that the Spurs turned into a machine!
The Spurs defeated the Blazers in five games in the West semi-finals, the Thunder in six games in the West Finals and the Miami Heat in five games in the Championship. The only question left for Spurs fans is can they repeat next season.
Fans who are unable to make it to the parade first hand still have several ways to watch all of the action live. With several local TV affiliates broadcasting the parade and festivities live, TV is not a probem in Texas. However if you are a Spurs fan and don't live in Texas you can watch all the events streaming live online through Spurs.com.