Spurs Sports and Entertainment issued a cease and desist order to Adult Video Megaplex to end its unauthorized promotion of the Spurs Win Giveaway. The promotion is no longer available.Update: May 20, 2014, 12:20 p.m. Adult Video Megaplex says it will continue with its free condom promotion without the use of the Spurs' name or logo on its promotional materials.
Our original post continues:So the Spurs won last night, raining down on the Oklahoma City Thunder, 122-105, in game one of the Western Conference finals. That means free Valero coffee for everyone. But the gas station brew isn’t the only free pick-me-up this morning. The Adult Video Megaplex is offering a different sort of playoff giveaway to make sure you protect your three-point shooter. The novelty shop is handing out free condoms to cap-off your post-game day celebrations. No word if they come in silver and black. Looks like another stop has been added to your already busy morning commute, that is, if you want to get busy. The randy toy store says its doling out party favors because “nobody wants a playoff baby.” And that may be the case. No father should have to explain to his child that he or she was conceived because mommy had a (justifiable) thing for Matt Bonner. Now, no father has to, and no future Spurs fan will have their team spirit tainted by the thought of daddy’s bouncing balls as he drives down the court. The Adult Video Megaplex is advertising their mature-audiences-only promotion on Twitter (@MegaplexSA), using quippy hashtags like #NoPlayOffBabies and #NoSpermNo. That’s one way to get people ready for tip-off. Spurs fans can pick up their free condoms between 7 a.m. and noon at one of the Megaplex’s two locations the day after a Spurs playoff win, and they should if they want to guarantee their shot goes right into the net. After all, if you’re fired-up for some post-game play, it’s best to suit-up to make sure your Ginobili is covered. Adult Video Megaplex 11827 San Pedro & 9405 N. I35 (210) 657-9999
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