Air conditioning system functioning prior to Game 2 tip in San Antonio

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Miami's Ray Allen is on the court for pre-game warm-ups before Game 2 of the NBA Finals. (USATSI)

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The air conditioning system appeared to be fixed and functioning at full capacity three hours from tip of Game 2 of the NBA Finals at the AT&T Center in San Antonio between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat. After Game 1's malfunction that led to LeBron James missing much of the fourth quarter with cramps, officials assured the teams, media and fans that the situation would be remedied.

Both the court, locker room area and upper reaches of the arena were all at a normal if not lower-than-usual temperature three hours before tip (exact temperature readings were not available.).

It would appear after the hijinks of Game 1 that the situation has been remedied at AT&T Center.

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