Spurs set new NBA attendance record in game vs. Warriors

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Antonis Stroggylakis

14/Jan/23 13:10


The Alamodome was the stage for a new single-game attendance record in the NBA.

By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net

The San Antonio Spurs set a new record for attendance in an NBA game thanks to the 68,323 people that gathered in Alamodome to watch the match against the Golden State Warriors Friday (13/2). The Warriors put on quite a show in front of so many fans to take a 144 – 113 win.

Atlanta Hawks were the previous holders of the record since 1998 when a crowd of 62,046 attended the game vs. the Chicago Bulls in Georgia Dome.

Several Spurs legends attended the game, a main event of the Spurs’ 50-year anniversary celebrations, including Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and David Robinson. The “Admiral” was the one who announced to the fans that the Spurs broke the single-game attendance record.


The record for the most fans gathered in an NBA event remains the 2010 All-Star game which was held in the AT&T stadium (Dallas) and attracted 108,713 fans.