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The scene was comical but serious. As officials at Wells Fargo Center scrambled to figure out what was making the court slippery Wednesday night, Kings center DeMarcus Cousins grabbed a couple of mops and pitched in. But the court was deemed unsafe for play, and the game against the Philadelphia 76ers was postponed.
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See what others had to say about the slippery court conditions in Philadelphia that caused Wednesday’s game against the Kings and 76ers to be postponed.
A leak at Arco Arena in March 1989 prompted a memorable moment when managing general partner Gregg Lukenbill joined others in creating a makeshift patch.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 25 points and Tobias Harris had 21 to lead balanced scoring that carried the Detroit Pistons to a 121-114 win over the Boston Celtics, who will host the Kings on Friday.