On Saturday night, a fire in an arena speaker forced the stoppage of an NBA game and crowd evacuation.

During Saturday's NBA game between the Pacers and the Raptors, fans saw flames flying from a speaker in the rafters.

A fire crew arrived shortly after the game was paused. Smoke forced fans out of the arena.

A fire team arrived on the site shortly after the game was interrupted. Fans were asked to leave the arena due to smoke.

The smoke forced the cancellation of the Indiana Pacers-Toronto Raptors game. No threat to public safety, according to ESPN.

In a tweet, Clutch Points said the speaker that caught fire at Scotiabank Arena suspended the Pacers-Raptors game.

A fire in one of the speakers forced the suspension of the game. "The Scotiabank Arena has been evacuated," said Sportsnet.

When the Raptors-Pacers game will resume is uncertain. Toronto leads Indiana 66-38 late in the second quarter.