Protesters block Protesters once again blocked the entrance and closed Golden 1 Center before the start of the Kings–Mavericks game on Tuesday as people demonstrated against the fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark in Sacramento.
The Kings closed arena entrances as part of safety measures, then later asked fans to travel home. The game was originally to begin with a delay but tipped-off on schedule.
According to the Sacramento Bee, the protesters came from a city hall demonstration.
Last Thursday the arena had to be closed as hundreds of protestors forced the team delay the Kings–Hawks game. Entrances were locked, and security went inside. Fans were asked to leave since the team couldn't secure the arena.
Clark was shot and killed in the backyard of his grandparents – where he resided – after police said they mistook his phone for a gun.
Information from SI.com and The Sacramento Bee contributed to this report.