Sacramento Kings owner Gregg Lukenbill unfurls a banner while standing on a beam in Arco Arena in an attempt to keep rain which had leaked through the roof from reaching the playing surface below. Rain on the playing surface caused a delay of more then 40 minutes. When the game was resumed, the Kings found themselves losing to the Philadelphia 76ers 114-111. March 1, 1989.
Sacramento Kings owner Gregg Lukenbill unfurls a banner while standing on a beam in Arco Arena in an attempt to keep rain which had leaked through the roof from reaching the playing surface below. Rain on the playing surface caused a delay of more then 40 minutes. When the game was resumed, the Kings found themselves losing to the Philadelphia 76ers 114-111. March 1, 1989. Owen Brewer Bee File
Sacramento Kings owner Gregg Lukenbill unfurls a banner while standing on a beam in Arco Arena in an attempt to keep rain which had leaked through the roof from reaching the playing surface below. Rain on the playing surface caused a delay of more then 40 minutes. When the game was resumed, the Kings found themselves losing to the Philadelphia 76ers 114-111. March 1, 1989. Owen Brewer Bee File

Sacramento Kings wet court cancellation sparks memories of 1989 rain delay at Arco

November 30, 2016 05:32 PM

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