State-of-the-art Chase Center: Repairs needed on warped floors

FILE ART - Basketball court at Chase Center.

Looks like the brand new, state-of-the-art $1.4-billion Chase Center  is already in need of some repairs. 

Workers are expected to spend Friday and the rest of the weekend tearing up and replacing the hardwood of the Warriors practice facility courts because they're warped. Warriors spokesman Raymond Ridder said they noticed warping in one corner of the court, and decided to replace the entire floor. 

Ridder also said that there was some damage at the center after water from a broken pipe seeped into several rooms and offices on Tuesday. That damage was quickly repaired and is not related to the warped floor. The practice facility is expected to be back open before the Warriors next home game on Dec. 9. 

An aerial view of the $1.4 billion Chase Center in San Francisco.