NEW YORK (AP) — The Magic-Knicks game that was postponed because of an asbestos scare at Madison Square Garden will be played on March 28.
The game, originally scheduled for Nov. 2, was called off when debris fell into the arena during overnight cleaning of asbestos-related materials. City inspectors determined that no asbestos had been released, but the determination not to play had already been made.
Orlando will now play at New York twice in a six-day span, after visiting on March 23. The Knicks now will have a four-game homestand from March 28-April 5.
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