Found March 20, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
Wednesday night’s Cleveland Cavaliers-Miami Heat matchup with a tip-off time of 7:00 PM (ET) in Cleveland was delayed due to a reported leak from the Quicken Loans Arena scoreboard. According to a tweet from Cavs owner Dan Gilbert, “Scoreboard is leaking fluid on to floor.We need to lower scoreboard to fix. Never seen this one before. Going to be several minutes to fix.” While lowering the scoreboard, a repeated “beep, beep, beep” alarm rang through the arena and it was estimated to take 15 minutes to fix while players waited in their respected locker rooms. Cavs’ mascot, Moondog, tried to provide some comic relief, and walked around the arena with an umbrella. UPDATE: According to a tweet from Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio, the scoreboard issue was determined to be “‘condensation from CO2 tank.’ Cavs have had scoreboard since 2007, say they have never experienced this.” The game finally tipped off at 7:45 PM.
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