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“Pretty Easy Rim Is Still 10 Feet.” Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson Talk About Playing in A Football Stadium While Spurs Try to Break NBA Attendance Record!

For the first time this season, the Golden State Warriors dropped three straight games at home. The Warriors are about to embark on a five-game road trip after losing three straight games to the Pistons, Magic, and Suns. For Stephen Curry and the company, this five-game journey is really important. The Dubs would hope to somewhat improve their 3-16 road record, which is the poorest in the league.

On January 17, the Warriors will also visit the White House to meet with President Biden. However, the team must first play the Spurs in San Antonio and the Bulls in Chicago before traveling to Washington.

San Antonio’s Dubs game will be memorable. At the Alamodome, the Spurs are playing the Dubs. As they host the 2022 NBA Champions, they hope to surpass the previous regular-season attendance mark for the NBA.

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Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson Talk About Playing on A Football Field

A new environment always requires some time to become used to. There are many things that have an impact on players, but shooters are the ones that suffer the most. The most important element to consider is depth perception.

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Anthony Slater questioned the Splash Brothers about filming in a football stadium as the Warriors prepared to play the Spurs at the Alamodome.

Klay Thompson answered simply that it was to the east.

Stephen Curry, on the other hand, claimed that the calibration process didn’t take very long. He continued by describing how, 15 years prior, he had also performed in a dome.

How both teams adjust to competing at the Alamodome will be interesting to watch. The team with the best chance of winning the competition is the one that becomes acclimated to it first.

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What Is the NBA Regular Season Game Attendance Record?

There have only ever been four regular season games in the NBA’s history with a crowd of more than 50,000 spectators. A 1998 Bulls-Hawks game at the Georgia Dome set a record for attendance with 62,046 spectators.

The Spurs had already sold 63,592 tickets as of yesterday. They assert that the Alamodome can accommodate 68,000 people, and they anticipate that it will be crowded when Stephen Curry and the company arrive.

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Deepak

Deepak works on Sportoversy as a senior content editor. He reports on the latest events and changes in the sports industry. Moreover, he is quite interested in knowing every single piece of information about athletes available on the internet. In his spare time, he enjoys playing and watching a variety of sports, as well as spending time with his family.

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