Jazz-Thunder postponed for “unforeseen circumstances”

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Utah Jazz were supposed to visit the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. That’s about all they did: visit the arena.

The two teams were supposed to play a game. But that was postponed even before the game started.

Fans at Chesapeake Energy Arena sit in an empty area after it was announced that the Utah Jazz and the Oklahoma City Thunder game was postponed for "unforeseen circumstances"
Fans at Chesapeake Energy Arena sit in an empty area after it was announced that the Utah Jazz and the Oklahoma City Thunder game was postponed for “unforeseen circumstances” (Photo by the Associated Press/Kyle Phillips)

It was a very odd sight, as the referees walked off the court and into the tunnel. The players were on the bench waiting to find out what was going on.

Nobody appeared to know what was going on, as they waited for word what was going on. Even right now, it’s not clear as to what happened.

The fans — who spent their hard-earned money to attend the game — did not get to see a game. They may be issued a refund, as the game was postponed.

The arena’s public address announcer said the event was postponed due to “unforeseen circumstances.” We reached out to the Thunder to find out what exactly happened.

As we write this post, we have not heard back from the team. Before the night is over, either the Thunder or the NBA will release a statement on exactly what happened.

Also, it’s not clear when this game will be made up as there’s only about a month left in the regular season.

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