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San Francisco’s ban on big crowds includes Warriors games

San Francisco initiated a ban Wednesday on gatherings of more than 1,000 people, which includes Golden State Warriors NBA basketball games, Mayor London N. Breed announced in a statement. The city is making the call as novel coronavirus spreads throughout the country.

The mayor said she had spoken with the Warriors on Wednesday and the team is “in support of our efforts.” The Warriors will host Thursday’s game against the Brooklyn Nets at Chase Center without fans and their G-League team will relocate to Santa Cruz for a game on Saturday against the Austin Spurs. 

The Warriors have a five-game trip afterward before a scheduled home game against the Atlanta Hawks on March 25.  Matt Haney, San Francisco’s District 6 supervisor that oversees the Warriors’ Chase Center, told USA TODAY Sports that he “would be surprised if this is only in effect for two weeks.”

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