|League||NBA G League|
|Arena||H-E-B Center at Cedar Park|
|Location||Cedar Park, Texas|
|Team colors||Black, silver, white|
|General manager||Brent Barry|
|Head coach||Will Voigt|
|Ownership||Spurs Sports & Entertainment|
|Affiliation(s)||San Antonio Spurs|
|Championships||2 (2012, 2018)|
|Conference titles||4 (2005, 2008, 2012, 2018)|
|Division titles||5 (2005, 2008, 2015, 2016, 2018)|
The Austin Spurs are an American professional basketball team in the NBA G League based in Cedar Park, Texas, and are affiliated with the San Antonio Spurs. The team plays their home games at H-E-B Center at Cedar Park. The team has made the postseason in 8 out of 14 seasons in the NBA Development League.
The Austin Spurs were established in Columbus, Georgia, as the Columbus Riverdragons. The franchise in 2005 was sold to Southwest Basketball, LLC, and were relocated to the city of Austin, Texas. Following the relocation, the franchise changed their name and logo becoming the Austin Toros, which was unveiled on August 10, 2005. The Toros name was the only NBA-associated team and first D-League team to possess a nickname of Spanish origin. The Toros began play during the 2005–06 season.
On June 28, 2007, the Toros were acquired by the San Antonio Spurs, becoming the second D-League team to be owned by an NBA team, after the Los Angeles D-Fenders were purchased by the Los Angeles Lakers in 2006.
On October 15, 2014, the team announced that they would be changing their name to the Austin Spurs, in reference to their parent team.
In 2020, the Spurs named Tyler Self, son of Hall of Fame coach Bill Self, as the Austin Spurs' general manager and Matt Nielsen as the head coach. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the team played an abbreviated 2020–21 bubble season in Orlando.
- Columbus Civic Center (2001–2005)
- Austin Convention Center (2005–2010)
- H-E-B Center at Cedar Park (2010–present)
|2001–02||3rd||31||25||.554||Lost Semifinals (Greenville) 1–2|
|2004–05||1st||30||18||.625||Won Semifinals (Roanoke) 96–89|
Lost NBDL Finals (Asheville) 67–90
|2007–08||Southwestern||1st||30||20||.600||Won Semifinals (Sioux Falls) 99–93|
Lost D-League Finals (Idaho) 1–2
|2008–09||Southwestern||2nd||32||18||.640||Won First Round (Idaho) 119–116 (OT)|
Lost Semifinals (Colorado) 111–114
|2009–10||Western||2nd||32||18||.640||Won First Round (Dakota) 2–1|
Lost Semifinals (Rio Grande Valley) 1–2
|2011–12||Western||2nd||33||17||.660||Won First Round (Erie) 2–1|
Won Semifinals (Canton) 2–1
Won League Finals (Los Angeles) 2–1
|2012–13||Central||2nd||27||23||.700||Won First Round (Bakersfield) 2–0|
Lost Semifinals (Santa Cruz) 0–2
|2014–15||Southwest||1st||32||18||.640||Won Conf. Semifinal (Bakersfield) 2–1|
Lost Conf. Final (Santa Cruz) 1–2
|2015–16||Southwest||1st||30||20||.600||Won Conf. Semifinal (Rio Grande Valley) 2–1|
Lost Conf. Final (Los Angeles) 1–2
|2017–18||Southwest||1st||32||18||.640||Won Conf. Semifinal (Rio Grande Valley) 117–91|
Won Conf. Final (South Bay) 104–93
Won League Finals (Raptors) 2–0
|2019–20||Southwest||2nd||24||18||.571||Season cancelled by COVID-19 pandemic|
|2020–21||—||5th||10||5||.667||Lost Quarterfinal (Delaware) 103–124|
|#||Head coach||Term||Regular season||Playoffs||Achievements|
|4||Brad Jones||2010–2012||100||55||45||.550||9||6||3||.667||D-League Champion (2011–12)|
|7||Blake Ahearn||2017–2020||100||52||48||.520||4||4||0||1.000||G League Champion (2017–18)|
- Boston Celtics (2006–2007)
- Denver Nuggets (2005–2006)
- Houston Rockets (2005–2007)
- Los Angeles Clippers (2005–2006)
- San Antonio Spurs (2005–2014)
- San Antonio Spurs (2014–present)
In international competitions
FIBA Intercontinental Cup
Champions Runners-up Third place Fourth place
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