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Orlando plans to enter 4 thousand spectators in its 2021 NBA season games

Orlando plans to enter 4 thousand spectators in its 2021 NBA season games

The 2020/2021 season is going to be different in every way. Due to the global pandemic, the distance between the players and the fans has increased considerably and more considering that the next course could be given without fans in the stands. However, many teams have already started planning the progressive entry of people to the game. The most visible case was that of the Utah Jazz, where they estimate that about 1,500 people will be able to attend their games. The Golden State Warriors will also try to incorporate their fans into the new Chase Center, although they have not yet specified on the matter.

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Now, as reported by NBC Sports, the Orlando Magic will be another franchise that already intends to see its fans again. Those of Florida, respecting all the protocols and being strict with them, plan to reopen the Amway Center with 4000 seats. But this change would only take effect in the sixth game of the regular season, the preseason and the rest of the games having passed without mishaps. So far, they would be the team that more people would introduce into an NBA pavilion, far from the numbers that the Jazz and Cavaliers handle.

In contrast, other teams have been against and except for a capital surprise this year they will play without an audience. This is the case with the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers, two Western Conference teams more cautious than the rest. Well, the perseverance that requires cleaning and disinfecting everything, and making sure that fans do not suffer from COVID-19 makes it very difficult to think that there will not be a shock. According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, in charge of the pandemic in the United States, it is a normal and necessary process. Little by little the fans will see the NBA live again and it is expected that for the 2021/2022 season it will return to normal. (GG) (NBA Maniacs)

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