Smoke in arena cancels Wolves-Spurs game in Mexico City
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The Minnesota Timberwolves and San Antonio Spurs were scheduled to tipoff in the Mexico City Arena in Mexico City, Mexico at 8:30 p.m. CT, but that has been postponed due to smoke in the arena.
The NBA in a statement released Wednesday, said a generator malfunctioned inside Mexico City Arena, which caused smoke to fill the 22,300-seat arena.
The NBA also announced the game would be made up at a later date with the Wolves serving as host at the Target Center.
Fox Sports North Timberwolves play-by-play announcer Dave Benz posted a video.