The Golden State Warriors have reportedly made a plan to combat the coronavirus from spreading further as San Francisco officials announced Wednesday a moratorium on crowds of 1,000 or more gathering in the community.The Warriors and the Brooklyn Nets will play without fans at the Chase Center on Thursday, The New York Times reported. Golden State will be the first professional sports team in the U.S. to play without anyone in their seats because of the COVID-19 outbreak, which has affected people across the globe.LEBRON JAMES WALKS BACK CLAIMS HE WOULDN’T PLAY IF FANS CAN’T ATTEND NBA GAMES OVER CORONAVIRUSThe Warriors later confirmed the news in a tweet.Furthermore, ESPN reported that the Warriors are planning to play several home games without a crowd for the foreseeable future. Sources told ESPN that Golden State is still weighing options and that more direction from the NBA could come during a conference call later on Wednesday.The city of San Francisco made the decision on crowd limitations on Wednesday.NBA, NHL, MLB AND MLS LIMIT LOCKER ROOM ACCESS AMID CORONAVIRUS CONCERN“We know that this order is disruptive, but it is an important step to support public health,” Mayor London Breed said in a statement. “We’re following the

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