Refunds will be offered Monday for the weekend's NBA preseason game called because of unsafe conditions at the Valley View Casino Center.
The Los Angeles Lakers were in town Saturday night for the preseason game against the reigning champion Golden State Warriors.
The two teams played in front of a full house but officials called the game because players from both sides were slipping on the court.
The Lakers led 85-70 with 2:16 remaining in the third quarter when both teams and the NBA officials decided the game should not go on.
The San Diego Gulls play their home games at the center so the hardwood is built on top of the ice.
A representative from the arena claims the game was called because of record humidity and not the ice under the court.
Fans will be able to get a full refund beginning Monday at noon at the point of purchase.