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Kings Daily: A slippery situation in Philly

Workers try to dry the court before Wednesday’s scheduled game between the Kings and the Philadelphia 76ers was postponed in Philadelphia.
Workers try to dry the court before Wednesday’s scheduled game between the Kings and the Philadelphia 76ers was postponed in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Slippery Philly court deemed unsafe to play

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.

Social media reacts to Kings-76ers cancellation

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.

From the archive: Memories of 1989 rain delay at Arco

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.

Scouting the opponent: Balanced Pistons top Celtics

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.

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