NEW YORK -- Tuesday's game between the Orlando Magic and New York Knicks was postponed because of a building issue at Madison Square Garden.
The game has not yet been rescheduled.
According to the Knicks press release, some debris from the attic above the ceiling fell into the arena. Part of that debris included asbestos-related cleaning materials.
"We will be working with the city and independent experts, ATC Associates and GCI Environmental Advisory, to evaluate and determine the most appropriate course of action," the Knicks stated. "As the safety of our customers and employees are our top priority, we will not reopen the Garden until we are absolutely assured the arena is safe."
The Knicks are next scheduled to visit Chicago on Thursday before returning home on Friday against Washington.
Orlando plays Wednesday at home against Minnesota.