NSAA boys' state basketball tournament played in front of limited spectators

Posted at 6:20 PM, Mar 13, 2020

LINCOLN, Neb. (KMTV) — The NSAA boys' basketball state tournament got underway Thursady in Lincoln with limited spectators in the stands.

On Wednesday, the NSAA announced the game would be played in front of limited crowds and prohibited student sections, cheerleaders, pep bands and general fans from attending the three-day event. Spectators allowed to attend included immediate family members, participating athletes and school administrators.

Reporter Phil Bergman went down to Pinnacle Bank Arena to check out what the tournament was like in a nearly empty arena. Watch his story in the above video.

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