Where: AT&T Center
When: 6:30 p.m.
Who: Bandwagon Fans
Why: Massive screens, parking is free, Los Lonely Boys will perform pre-game on center court (lol), free tickets at any local Wing Stop.
Where: The Friendly Spot
When: Anytime after 3 p.m.
Who: The Fan with a Family
Why: Friendly Spot offers a playground for kids (and pets!) too young to fully appreciate Tony Parker's epic season as well as over 250 bottled brews, 76 beers on tap and food till midnight. That giant Slab Cinema inflatable screen ain't too shabby either.
When: Happy hour starts at 5 p.m.
Who: The Hipster Fan
Why: No one's too cool to watch the Spurs finals, especially when Hi-Tones is projecting the game. Plus, they'll have $1.50 wells and Lone Star tall boys during happy hour.
Read more about Hi-Tones: Here
Where: Beethoven Maennerchor
When: Anytime after 4 p.m.
Who: The Kaiser Fan
Why: Root for 'Das Spurs' as you watch on their massive indoor television and learn some epic German put-downs to use on the Heat at Beethoven Mannerchor. Also, German beer.
Read more about Beethoven Maennerchor: Here
Where: Old Tin Barn Saloon
When: Anytime after 4 p.m.
Who: The Country Fan
Why: Sidle up to the bar to watch the game projected indoors. This is the quintessential neighborhood watering hole for those fans that want to keep it simple.
Read more about Old Tin Barn Saloon: Here
Where: Tucker's Kozy Korner
When: 5 p.m.
Who: Something for Everyone
Why: DJ Tech-Neek on the turntables. Screens galore. Happy hour drink specials and Cullum's Attaboy burgers and wings available.
Where: Boardwalk on Bulverde
When: Any time after 6 p.m.
Why: Playground, arcade, mechanical bull, special "sports den and bar" area set aside for the most serious of the serious fans, pet friendly!
Where: The Brooklynite
When: 8 p.m.
Who: The Fancy Hipster
Why: Every time the Spurs beat the Heat they'll take 20% off your cocktail tab. Delicious cocktails. Food trucks.
Read more about The Brooklynite: Here
Where: Fralo's Art of Pizza
When: Whenever you please
Who: Brown Baggers & Pizza Lovers
Why: 18 ft. blow up outdoor screen, serving beer & wine but BYOB is still welcome here!
When: Screening starts at 8 p.m. but get there early for seats & food.
Who: Fans with AD growlers to fill, people who want to throw popcorn at Lebron.
Why: Because it's awesome. Free & first come first serve.
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