The AT&T Center sits on the east side of San Antonio, Texas. Its basic design is similar to other newer arenas in the NBA, but it possesses the Alamodome, a multi-purpose facility with a configuration that allowed half of its floor space to be used for basketball, having the standard basketball court expansion at one end where the football field lies. It could be expanded to 35,000 for popular regular-season tournaments, but it actually attracted nearly 40,000 people for the 1999 NBA Finals game.
The arena is used as the home venue for two professional sports teams: the San Antonio Spurs of the NBA and the San Antonio Rampage of the AHL. When the home teams are away, the arena opens its club seats and luxury suites for concerts and gatherings. Other notable events in the arena include the San Antonio Sports autocross competitions, the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, and the WWE Raw and SmackDown tournaments.
Home Team: San Antonio Spurs