NEW YORK -- The NBA game scheduled for Wednesday evening between the Philadelphia 76ers and Sacramento Kings at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia has been postponed due to unsafe playing conditions on the arena floor.
The game will be rescheduled at a later date.
The 76ers released the following statement:
"The Philadelphia 76ers announced that tonight's game against the Sacramento Kings has been postponed due to an issue with the surface of the court and with player safety in mind. Arena officials worked diligently to address the issue, but NBA officials determined that the court was not suitable for play.
Tickets for tonight's game will be honored when the game is rescheduled later this season. Parking receipts for tonight's game will be honored at the rescheduled game between the 76ers and Kings.
Additionally, fans who purchased tickets for the game will have the opportunity to receive complimentary tickets to one of the following games, courtesy of the 76ers: Dec. 5 vs. Denver Nuggets, Dec. 14 vs. Toronto Raptors, or Dec. 18 vs. Brooklyn Nets.
Sixers season ticket members will be contacted regarding the new ticket offers directly, while fans who purchased tickets for tonight's game will receive an email with a promotional offer code to redeem complimentary tickets. Fans can also call (215)339-7676 for more information."