UPDATE (5:04pm PT on Wednesday): The 76ers public address announcer officially announced that the game between the Kings and 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center has been postponed. No make-up date has been scheduled.
The NBA issued the following statement regarding the postponement of Wednesday night's game:
"The NBA game scheduled for this 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."
UPDATE (4:23pm PT on Wednesday): The game between the Kings and 76ers has been canceled due to condensation on the surface of the court, according to CSN California play-by-play announcer Grant Napear.
The Kings and 76ers were scheduled to tip-off just after 4pm PT, but the game has been delayed due to condensation on the floor.
The Philadelphia Flyers played a game at the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday night. The 76ers' court was put on top of the ice.
According to Grant Napear and Jerry Reynolds on the CSN California broadcast, the arena is feels humid and the operations staff in the building have turned on the air conditioning in an attempt to cool the arena down.
During the delay, Kings All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins grabbed a pair of mops to help the workers dry off the court.
The 76ers issued the following statement:
"The Philadelphia 76ers game tonight against the Sacramento Kings has been delayed due to an issue regarding the surface of the court.
Arena officials are currently working on the surface to ensure that it is suitable for play tonight and that player safety is paramount."
Kings/76ers game is being delayed for an undetermined amount of time due to condensation on the floor.— James Ham (@James_HamNBCS) November 30, 2016
(1) Players being told not to come out for warmups yet. Court is not ready to play on. NBA has to be the one to call the game.— Kayte Christensen (@kayte_c) November 30, 2016
When I stepped on th court to get an update from Philly team officials I almost ate it. Can confirm floor EXTREMELY slippery 😳😐— Kayte Christensen (@kayte_c) November 30, 2016
(2) As of now, it may be a delayed start time we are looking at. By how much, there is no word yet.— Kayte Christensen (@kayte_c) November 30, 2016
The Sixers are working on the court situation. pic.twitter.com/SBago4vDQf— Jessica Camerato (@JCameratoCSN) November 30, 2016
More to come...