The San Antonio Spurs announced that they will allow approximately 3,200 fans for home games beginning on March 12.
Spurs and Sports Entertainment CEO RC Buford released a statement:
“We are thrilled to welcome our fans back to the AT&T Center.”
“We’ve always said we have the best fans in the NBA and playing in an empty arena has reminded us all of how fortunate we are to enjoy the amazing support we receive from our fans.”
“We can’t wait to see, hear and engage with our fans again starting March 12.”
San Antonio is now the 15th team in the league to admit a reduced crowd for home games.
They’re currently sitting in the fifth seed in the western conference with a 17-12 record.
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