The San Antonio Spurs will break the attendance record in NBA history, for the game against the Warriors, with 62,000 people.
The San Antonio Spurs host the Golden State Warriors on Friday night (13/01) at their historic home, the legendary Alamodome, where they played from 1993 to 2002.
The massive stadium, which cost $186 million to build, will reopen for Gregg Popovich’s team after 20 years, and officials have announced that it’s now 5,000 seats away from the all-time NBA record and 8,000 seats away from filling the stadium. to 100%.According to the update, more than 57,000 tickets have already been sold and continue to be available with prices starting at $10, with the goal of creating a great atmosphere and breaking the all-time record of 62,046 tickets for the Chicago Bulls vs. Atlanta Hawks March. 27, 1998.