Curry: Spectator-less NBA games could be 'really appealing' for fans
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Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry believes NBA games without fans could make for great television.

Appearing on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Thursday night, Curry noted that eliminating the crowd noise will allow viewers to hear everything said on the court, making the games more entertaining.

"It would be raw," Curry said. "Everybody has those mics on their jerseys sometimes, and they'll play like the 'Inside Trax' or whatever. But this would take it to a whole other level of just pure insanity of what we say on the court.

"That trash talk that happens, even myself taking part in it. But I think everybody, whether you're on the court, on the bench, all the nonsense, like that might be something that's really appealing from a fan perspective to get real up close and personal with what we do on the court."

When asked which one of his teammates would be bleeped the most, Curry named Draymond Green.

"Everybody knows Draymond loves to talk and he's an expert trash talker," Curry said.

It's uncertain when - and if - the 2019-20 season will resume, but NBA commissioner Adam Silver has reportedly identified Orlando and Las Vegas as possible locations for Eastern and Western conference play.

Curry: Spectator-less NBA games could be 'really appealing' for fans
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