Kings-76ers game, postponed due to condensation, slated for Jan. 30

NEW YORK -- TheSacramento-Philadelphia game that was postponed last month has been rescheduled for Jan. 30, the NBA announced Saturday.

The game will be on a Monday, with tipoff at 6 p.m.

The Nov. 30 game in Philadelphia was called off because of condensation on the court at Wells Fargo Center. That day was unseasonably warm and humid and likely affected the arena floor.

The Philadelphia Flyers hosted an NHL game at the arena the night before, and the ice surface remained under the basketball court.

The Kings-Sixers game was the NBA's first postponement since two games were called off last season, on Jan. 23, because of a winter storm. At least one game has been postponed in six of the past seven seasons.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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