Zalgiris Kaunas is expected to play behind closed doors in the next games due to Government decision to contrast the coronavirus pandemic.
Zalgiris averaged almost 5k fans in the first home games of the season in EuroLeague.
The Lithuanian powerhouse will try to have at least 2.000 fans with some restrictions as one fan each two seats and one row of seats avaibale and one empty.
Such restrictions are expected to be made at Wednesday's meeting, but Zalgiris GM Motiejunas sent a proposal for the Government to allow them to have up to 2k fans in the arena, seating fans two seats between them, as well as dividing rows with one empty row in between (LRT TV). https://t.co/9e9iq2zUhE
— Donatas Urbonas (@Urbodo) October 27, 2020