Bat stoppage at Spurs game ends with the Coyote saving the day while donning Batman costume

Only a minute into the game, the Spurs mascot went on bat patrol while donning a Batman costume.

SAN ANTONIO — Only a minute into Saturday night’s game against the Timberwolves, a bat flew onto the court forcing the Coyote to put on the cape and cowl to save the day.

Just after Wemanyama hit a three pointer, fans saw him giving a stank face but not to showboat, but because he was looking at a bat that had just flown down to court level to get a better view of the game.

The Timberwolves had their backs to the bat as they continued to play offense before the officials stopped the game, and then the chase began.

The Coyote was dawning his Batman cape and cowl while chasing the bat with a net as the Batman theme song played throughout the arena. After a few failed diving attempts to corral the bat. Frost Bank erupted with cheers from fans, players and oh yeah, the BatMANU himself, Manu Ginobili.

This wasn’t the Spurs first run-in with a bat trying too get the best seat in the house. Back in 2009, Manu Ginobili swatted down a live bat out of mid-air during a Halloween matchup against the Sacramento Kings. And ironically, he was in the stands for this bat stoppage as well.

The announcers can even be heard saying, “come on Manu, come on down! Let’s figure this out!”

The camera cut to Manu but it was obvious that he was happy to be in the stands and let the Coyote take on this bat on his own.

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