Cavs-Heat game starts after 35-minute delay

The Sports Xchange
The SportsXchange

LeBron James' return visits to Cleveland are always newsworthy, but Wednesday's appearance got off to a delayed start.
The beginning of the Cleveland Cavaliers-Miami Heat game was delayed 35 minutes because condensation was coming off the side of a CO2 container on the scoreboard, which was causing moisture on the floor of Quicken Loans Arena.
The scoreboard was lowered and the problem was corrected. The game started at 7:45 p.m. ET.
James and the Heat (52-14) entered the night with a 23-game winning streak. The Cavaliers (22-45) were riding a three-game losing streak.
James, an Akron, Ohio, native, spent his first seven NBA seasons with the Cavaliers. He won his first NBA title last spring in his third season since moving to Miami.

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