NBA’s Golden State Warriors to Play Brooklyn Nets Without Fans In Attendance Due to Coronavirus

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The Golden State Warriors have confirmed their NBA game against the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday shall be played behind closed doors.

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA (Yahoo Sports) – The Golden State Warriors have confirmed their NBA game against the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday shall be played behind closed doors.

Amid fears over the spread of coronavirus, a plethora of sporting events across the globe has been either postponed or canceled, while matches are also being played without fans present.

That will be the case for the clash between the Warriors and the Nets at Chase Center, with the team confirming there will be no fans in attendance.

The Warriors’ decision follows on from the City and County of San Francisco announcing on Wednesday that any gatherings of 1,000 people or more would be prohibited for two weeks in an attempt to combat the spread of the virus.

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