Spurs super fans play an important role in the public eye as most super fans such as Spurs Bighomie and Spurs Jesus do alot of charity events for the community. So why you may ask are the San Antonio Spurs going after the Spurs Super Fans well the answer is clear and it’s called copyright infringement. Lately numerous Super fans have been reported to Facebook and have had their Facebook accounts closed and most were left asking themselves who would do this? The answer is the Spurs organization, as they said it’s nothing personal, it’s just business and the Spurs are just looking out for their interest. This was a conversation that was had about two months ago and at the time I found that revelation hard to believe and though it was fabricated. That was until I read an article at Chat Sports on Spurs Jesus in which he clearly states the Spurs contacted him directly to discuss why they had shut down his Facebook account. Spurs Jesus went on to say the Spurs revealed they contacted Facebook to have his account shutdown due to copyright infringement. The issue is Spurs Jesus was selling shirts and candles with Go Spurs Go on them and the Spurs were not pleased as the Go Spurs Go phrase is copyrighted. In other words the Spurs don’t have an issue with Spurs Super Fans it becomes an issue when the fans decide to sell merchandise with a Spurs logo or a copyrighted catch phrase such as Go Spurs Go. So be warned Spurs Super Fans the Spurs are watching you and if do not play by the rules they might just shut down your Facebook account next.