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Well, you don't see this every night. On Saturday, the Raptors game against the Indiana Pacers at Scotiabank Arena in 

Toronto was delayed for a significant amount of time due to a speaker catching on fire. All of the fans in attendance were asked to evacuate the arena as a result

The evacuation was precautionary, as there was no immediate risk to fans in the arena,

per Raptors public address announcer Herbie Kuhn.

The stoppage occurred in the second quarter of the contest with the Raptors leading the Pacers 66-38,

and lasted for over an hour. Ultimately, the on-court action was resumed,

but the fans weren't permitted to re-enter the arena. The Raptors released the following statement regarding the situation: