Golden State Warriors Will Play Home Games Without Fans Due To Coronavirus
Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
The Golden State Warriors will be the first NBA team to play in front of an empty home arena this season after San Francisco banned events larger than 1,000 people due to coronavirus...

The Health Officer of SF announced the decision on Wednesday ... saying the ban will last 2 weeks (starting Thursday) and will include Warriors home games at the Chase Center.
The Association has also limited media access to locker rooms as a safety precaution.

"Public health must be first priority," SF supervisor Matt Haney tweeted on Tuesday.

Along with the Warriors playing in front of a fan-less crowd against the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday ... all other events at the Chase Center have been canceled or postponed until March 21.

The Governor of Washington has also announced a ban on large events in 3 counties ... which means Sunday's XFL game in Seattle between the Dragons and L.A. Wildcats will be played without fans.

The Seattle Mariners will not play at home for the month of March.

Loading Twitter Embed....
Filed Under: NBA


user avatar
TexasTiger8948 months
No they won't
user avatar
Mahootney48 months
That's one way to address a terrible season. Should have refunded season tickets even before this announcement.
user avatar
pellietigersaint48 months
SF doing a favor to all the warriors fans
Popular Stories