Thursday night saw the Phoenix Mercury playing their first playoff game at Grand Canyon University after Footprint Arena booted them for a Maluma concert.

Despite the change in location, fans still turned out in support, with the Mercury drawing close to a sellout in their 83-82 defeat of the New York Liberty. The arena’s capacity sits at 7,000 fans, less than the just-shy of 10,000 fans that the Mercury drew for their final two regular season home games.

The crowd appeared to be a major factor in the win, with Skylar Diggins-Smith thanking the fans for showing up even with the change in location.

GCU Women’s Basketball was also in attendance to support, giving the players the opportunity to experience what a WNBA game feels like.

But some were also quick to point out the logo on the court, arguing that a WNBA Playoff game should be played on a court with a WNBA logo.

The Mercury travel to play the Seattle Storm on Sunday at 3 p.m. ET.