NBA to feature 'virtual fans' at arenas for season restart Friday, 24 July 2020 ()
NBA to feature 'virtual fans' at arenas for season restartNBA officials are trying to bring fans closer to the games in Orlando and you'll see their faces on video boards throughout the empty arena.

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