"I'm content with safety protocols and the at-home testing it was long, it was a pretty quick process," said Warriors fan Steven Lujan.
Fans who purchased their tickets at least a week before each game will be eligible to receive Lucira's single-use test provided free of charge by the Warriors.
Anthony Calvo was the first Warriors fan to enter Chase Center before the Warriors game against the Denver Nuggets.
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"The team needs us," said Calvo. "Now we are and after a long long year we are able to go in. Super excited."
"We've been missing it for so long," said Warriors fan Vonda Johnson.
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Trent Fuller was given an early birthday gift with a chance to return to Chase Center and watch his favorite player Stephen Curry.
"I've been waiting forever, feels like forever," said Trent Fuller. "My message is I hope you (Warriors fans) have a great day and stay safe.
The Warriors defeated the Nuggets, 118-97. After Friday night's game, eight home games remain at Chase Center in the regular season.
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