Spurs Selling Massive ‘3-Pointer’ Sandwich During The NBA Finals – $12.50



The San Antonio Spurs have officially won the race to create the biggest sandwich ever offered in NBA Finals history. Meet the “3-Pointer.” That beast will be available tonight during Game One of the Finals at the AT&T Center in San Antonio (go to The Smokehouse BBQ in Section 122). It will only cost you $12.50. You don’t want to know the calorie count. If you’re buying this beast, you don’t care about the calorie count.

According to the San Antonio Current:

Here’s what’s in it: three barbecued meats (pork, smoked beef brisket and sausage), three cheeses (Texas havarti, Muenster and queso fresco), Mexican Coca Cola caramelized onions and a choice of sauce (root beer BBQ, adobo BBQ or Creole mustard BBQ) sandwiched between three slices of Texas Toast. Ay Dios mio.

That actually seems like a deal. So you’re telling me I get all of that for just $12.50? A basic burger runs nearly $10 at these games. I count seven onion rings. You’re telling me I get pork, brisket and sausage, plus seven onion rings? Add in a draft and that’s a well-spent $17.

The Spurs are tied with OKC for the lowest beer prices in the NBA.