LeBron James, No. 6, reacts after cramping up against the San Antonio Spurs during Game 1 of the NBA Finals at the AT&T Center. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

There will hopefully be just one type of heat in the AT&T Center during Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday — the Miami Heat, which will face off with the San Antonio Spurs. The hot, sticky and sometimes physically debilitating temperatures that the two teams dealt with on Thursday night during Game 1 at the AT&T Center after the air conditioning went out has been resolved.

Per the the Twitter account of NBA’s PR team and on behalf of Spurs Sports and Entertainment:

“The electrical failure that caused AC system outage during Game 1 of the NBA Finals has been repaired. The AC system has been tested, is fully operational and will continue to be monitored The upcoming events at AT&T Center, including the Romeo Santos concert tonight, the Stars game on Saturday night and Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday, will go on as scheduled. We apologize for the conditions in the arena during last night’s game.”