Cold wave in US forces to suspend the NBA match between the Rockets and Pacers

New YorkThe polar cold and snowstorms that hit Texas and other areas in the southern United States postponed Saturday’s match between the Houston Rockets and the Indiana Bikers, the National Basketball Association reported Friday.

It was the third plane crash postponed by storms this week, which left millions of Texas without electricity and water.

Local authorities have kept the Toyota Center in Houston (Texas) closed, Rockets Square, resulting in the suspension of Friday’s match from that franchise against the Dallas Mavericks and now on Saturday against the Pacers.

The NBA also postponed the Mavericks game in Dallas (Texas) against the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday for the same reasons.

Accustomed to heat waves, not cold, large areas of the southern United States still see subzero temperatures on Friday, although thermometers are expected to rise on Saturday in states like Texas, where more than 180,000 homes are still without electricity. .

Many people have died from cold or traffic accidents due to ice on roads in Texas, while the fatalities nationwide are around thirty, according to US media.

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