San Francisco bans gatherings of more than 1000 people; Warriors forced to comply
The ban is for two weeks. Given that the Warriors has a five-game road trip during that time, they'll only have to figure out what to do for two home games at the moment: tomorrow's Nets game and the March 25 game against the Hawks. https://t.co/mBb1ymNMo9
The city of San Francisco has banned gatherings of more than 1,000 people, according to the @sfchronicle. We still await official word from the NBA on the fate of the Warriors' home game Thursday night against the Nets
We've been mentioning that this was coming and today the first shoe dropped. San Francisco previously had urged the Warriors to stop hosting games full of fans, but they wouldn't comply, so now the city had to step in and make it official.
Signs posted at Chase Center
The Warriors haven't exactly seemed to have been putting fans safety over profit of late. Basically they are like enter at your own risk, but just no we're not giving any refunds. Their ownership has become pretty easy to dislike.
If the NBA is eventually going to play games in fan-less neutral arenas, maybe I suggest they go the full Field of Dreams and play here? pic.twitter.com/CZ5biztee2