Swing Stage is the new social scaffolding for NBA games!

Swing Stage, the social scaffold that can be used to build social structures in the NBA, is coming to the San Antonio Spurs, as the team announced on Wednesday.

The platform was announced as part of the team’s NBA Draft day press conference, where the Spurs were joined by Spurs CEO Nick Kanjorski, general manager R.C. Buford, and head coach Gregg Popovich.

The company’s “social scaffold” was first introduced during the 2015 NBA Draft, and was then featured in the movie “Tropic Thunder” during the 2016-17 NBA season.

It’s an artificial-gravity platform that can mimic the motion of a basketball in an arena.

The idea is to create an environment in which players can interact with one another on a regular basis, allowing the Spurs to keep an eye on their team’s progress.

The “social-scaffold” platform is an important part of Spurs’ strategy for future development.

Popovich told reporters last month that the team is “looking at ways to do that in the future,” adding that the platform will be part of “the next wave of social and entertainment initiatives” that the Spurs are considering.

Popovich has also indicated that the club’s “core group” will have a bigger say on future initiatives than other teams.

The social scaffolds will be used by teams in a variety of ways, such as the NBA Finals, pre-game meetings, and social media platforms.

The platform is already being used by other NBA teams, such the Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics.

It’s not the first time the Spurs have partnered with social media.

The team was also behind a social media campaign last year that featured Spurs players on social media, along with a special feature video for the team and the Spurs’ official Twitter account.