Magic-Knicks Game Postponed After Debris Fall From Ceiling at MSG
Tuesday's game between the Magic and the Knicks has been postponed after debris fell from the ceiling during an asbestos removal last night.
Workers were removing asbestos from an attic area above the scoreboard, causing delays in putting down the Knicks' floor after the Rangers played a game in the arena Monday night.
Madison Square Garden officials consulted with the NBA before deciding to postpone tonight's game, calling the decision "an abundance of caution."
There is no immediate word on when the when the arena will re-open, and MSG plans to work closely with consultants to determine the building is safe for the public.
The Knicks are scheduled to host the Washington Wizards on Friday.
Meanwhile, the NBA has yet to announce a make-up date for tonight's scheduled contest between Orlando and New York.
Despite the scare, it seems unlikely fans won't be pouring through the doors again by the end of this week.
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