Sixers can now have 100% capacity at Wells Fargo Center starting June 2

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The Philadelphia 76ers have already welcomed back roughly 11,000 fans for the NBA Playoffs as they continue to increase the capacity at Wells Fargo Center. As the vaccination rates have risen and case rates have dropped, the world is slowly, but surely, working its way back to some normalcy.

The 11,160 fans that have filled the arena for Game 1 and Game 2 of their Round 1 series with the Washington Wizards have been rowdy enough as they have let their voices be heard. Now, it appears that there could be a full house in Philadelphia’s next playoff game which, for the moment, is scheduled for Game 5 of this series on June 2.

Beginning that day, businesses in Philadelphia now have 100% capacity and that means the Sixers can welcome back 20,155 passionate Philadelphia fans.

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The Sixers already feed off the energy from their fans and that was seen in the first two games of this series. Bringing in even more people will help Philadelphia more on their quest for a title due to having the home-court advantage in the East.

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