VIDEO: Lights get dimmed in OKC in Game 2 of Clippers-Thunder
Lightning hits transformer to set lights at half-power in Game 2 between LA and OKC.
There were thunderstorms in the Oklahoma City area before Game 2 of Clippers-Thunder and with 27.6 seconds left in the first half, the lights went dim at Chesapeake Energy Arena, which is a little too obvious to be ironic, I think.
The night the lights went (partially) out in Oklahoma:
The players played through that final 27.6 seconds and the lights were fixed during halftime. TNT reported that lightning hit a transformer, knocking out primary power. Good times.
It did give us this, though.
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