Bullets plan to play

March 13, 1993|By Alan Goldstein

LANDOVER -- A blizzard is expected to hit Baltimore today, but it will be business as usual for the Washington Bullets and Cleveland Cavaliers at the Baltimore Arena tonight.

"We checked with Matt Winick [NBA director of scheduling and game operations] and he told us the game has to be played," said Bullets president Susan O'Malley.

"The Cavaliers and referees are already in Baltimore, and our players will be staying there [last night] just like it's a road game. Because it's so late in the season, it would be almost impossible to reschedule it."

O'Malley said the team would offer a "snow exchange" to fans unable to attend tonight's game.

Tonight's game, the last of four scheduled in Baltimore this season, is sold out.

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