The San Antonio Spurs have announced that the A/C issue in the AT&T center has been solved — at least for now.
It’s great that the San Antonio Spurs finally got the air-conditioning to work, AFTER GAME 1 OF ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT GAMES OF THE SEASON.
This is the statement that the Spurs released on Thursday, after the game:
The electrical failure that caused the AC system outage during Game 1 of the NBA Finals has been repaired. The AC system has been tested, is fully operational and will continue to be monitored. The upcoming events at the AT&T Center, including the Romeo Santos concert tonight, the Stars game on Saturday night and Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday, will go on as scheduled. We apologize for the conditions in the arena during last night’s game.
So far there are no truth to the rumors that the troubleshooting consisted of simply, you know, turning on the A/C. Let’s hope that the Spurs don’t have these “problems” in Game 2 again. It’s not a good look. This isn’t the 1980′s anymore, and the AT&T Center certainly isn’t the old Boston Garden.