Exactly two months after the Kings' game in Philadelphia was postponed due to unsafe floor conditions, an issue arose prior to the rescheduled game.
About 50 minutes before the start of the game on Monday, power went out in the Wells Fargo Center.
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins was the first to bring to light to lack of light in the arena.
"The power just went out in the arena.
This can't be real life."
Power just went out in the arena 😒
This can't be real life!— DeMarcus Cousins (@boogiecousins) January 30, 2017
After about five minutes, power started to come back on.
A Kings employee in the arena stated that power was out in parts of the building for five minutes.
The game is expected to continue as scheduled.
On Nov. 30, 2016, the originally scheduled game between the Kings and Sixers was delayed and then postponed due to moisture on the court.