Indiana Pacers and Toronto Raptors NBA game suspended due to fire in arena 

Saturday night's NBA game between the Indiana Pacers and the Toronto Raptors was suspended following a fire at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena. 

The Raptors' victory over the Pacers on Saturday night was delayed about 70 minutes 

The arena was evacuated because of a fire in a speaker hanging over the stands.

Players headed to their locker rooms with 4:05 left in the second quarter 

The Raptors leading 66-38.  Toronto won 131-91. 

About a half-hour, after the game was paused, a Raptors spokesperson consulted with Toronto Fire Services. 

They hoped play could resume without fans in 30 or 40 minutes. 

Two workers using ropes and harnesses hung from the ceiling and sprayed a fire extinguisher at the problematic speaker. 

The halftime break was cut from 15 minutes to seven and a half minutes.