Trailblazers-T-Wolves Game Suspended: What Happens to My Bet?

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Mar/06/2017

The Trailblazers-T-Wolves games was suspended Monday night March 6 due to condensation on the court.

An ice sheet underneath the court combined with warm humid temperatures outside was believed to have been the culprit.

The ice sheet was recently laid under the court to accommodate a Disney On Ice production last weekend and the upcoming National Collegiate Hockey Conference tournament.

For bettors, the following rules are observed at most books: The typical sportsbook rules are that, if a betting event fails to take place as scheduled, for any reason, or if it ends without an official score and is not resumed within 72 hours, the stakes will be refunded or credited to your account.

It was not immediately known what this game would be rescheduled.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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