Monday night, the Minnesota Timberwolves were supposed to host the Portland Trailblazers in a Western Conference showdown in Minneapolis at the Target Center, according to THIS article.

The players went out for warm ups, and were slipping all over the floor.

How, you might ask?

Well, underneath the court was ice, and because of the warm weather in early March, the condensation made the court wet and slippery, making it unsafe to play a game. The ice was there from last weekend's Disney on Ice show, and they kept the ice intact because the NCHC Conference Tournament is headed to the Target Center this weekend.

The players had to clear the court, and Target Center officials tried to mop up the floor, turn the temperature down a low as they could, but they still couldn't stop of court from being slippery.

Early in the day, the Players took the court with no issues, but when temperatures reached the mid-60's, the court turned into a slip-n-slide. Players knew it wasn't going to be safe, and left the game without comment. The fans that purchased tickets to the games where offered a ticket for the make-up game, which is still yet to be determined.

Still, this might be the weirdest thing I have ever heard. A professional basketball game was postponed because of ice. So, so weird.

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