Tonight's Las Vegas Summer League game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Sacramento Kings is undergoing some technical difficulties. With the Kings at the free throw line a few minutes ago, a number of lights at the Thomas & Mack Center went out.
The brief delay occurred with just under three minutes left in the third quarter. The Cavaliers posted video of the bizarre moment to Twitter.
Rather than wait it out, the teams agreed to play with reduced light. About half of the lights in the arena remained on, but as you can see from this picture of Collin Sexton, it was significantly darker than you usually see at a game.
Sexton has 21 points and five assists through three quarters for the Cavs. The No. 8 pick in this year's NBA Draft looks like an early bright spot in the post-LeBron James era in Cleveland.
Earlier in the quarter, a referee left due to illness, making this an extra strange Summer League game.
Luckily for the two sides, it looks like the arena has gotten the light back on during the fourth quarter.
The Cavaliers lead by 20 points, so maybe the Kings fans in attendance were just fine with the reduced view.