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 SAN ANTONIO (AP) - The air conditioning is on again inside the San Antonio Spurs' arena.
Spurs Sports and Entertainment announced Friday that the outage that affected Game 1 of the NBA Finals between San Antonio and Miami has been repaired.
Officials say the system at AT&T Center has been tested and is ''fully operational.''
Temperatures rose into the mid-80s inside the arena during Game 1, which the Spurs won 110-95. Heat star LeBron James left the game with 3:59 left after cramping in the heat, and both teams said conditions were difficult to play.
Game 2 is Sunday night. A concert is to be held in the arena Friday, and a WNBA game on Saturday.

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