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Delaware-Towson game suspended due to unsafe conditions


TOWSON, Md. (AP) — The men’s basketball game between Delaware and host Towson was suspended due to “unsafe court conditions” on Thursday night. The Blue Hens were leading 38-29 with 18:42 remaining when play was stopped at SECU Arena on the Towson campus. Several players fell to the floor in the first half and officials halted play after Delaware guard Jameer Nelson Jr. slipped after halftime. “I never thought we’d walk down after halftime and the officials would bring us together and talk about ‘Hey, if somebody else falls down, we’re going to suspend the game,’” Delaware coach Martin Ingelsby said. Dylan Painter had a game-high 14 points for Delaware. A makeup date is yet to be announced.

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