• Heat, Cavaliers delayed by spill on floor

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Mar 20, 2013
    The start of the Miami Heat's game against the Cavaliers was delayed 35 minutes Wednesday night because of liquid dripping from the scoreboard onto the floor. The Cavaliers said the pool was caused by condensation from a carbon dioxide container in the scoreboard. The teams had been introduced and were all set to tip off when a small army of security people and arena workers began mopping up moisture near halfcourt across from benches.The players were sent back to the locker rooms, and the public address announcer said there would be a 15-minute delay before players would return and warm up again.
    Source: nba.com
    • A scoreboard carbon dioxide leak in Cleveland delayed the Cavaliers/Heat game 35 minutes

      On Wednesday night, the Miami Heat ventured to Cleveland, the old home of LeBron James, to attempt to extend their historically great winning streak to 24 games. However, they had to wait a little while to get things started. Moments before the schedule…
      Source: yahoo.com

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