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Warriors v Nets becomes first NBA fixture behind closed doors because of coronavirus

BBC News Wednesday, 11 March 2020
The Golden State Warriors will play their home game against the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday behind closed doors because of the coronavirus outbreak.
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