Oklahoma City Thunder's plane dented during flight to Chicago

A plane carrying New Zealand basketballer Steven Adams has been involved in a incident in mid-air

A plane carrying New Zealand basketballer Steven Adams has been involved in a incident in mid-air

Steven Adams tweeted about the ordeal and asked NASA what they thought could have caused the nose of the plane to become damaged. Friday night, Minnesota survived 119-116, as Carmelo Anthony missed a would-be game-tying three-pointer with seconds left on the clock.

It didn't immediately appear that Nye or Tyson had responded to 7-foot-tall center Adams' question and neither immediately returned calls from the Tribune requesting comment. "30,000 feet in the air".

A Delta Airlines spokesperson, Victoria Wolf has said: "Delta flight 8935, operating from Minneapolis to Chicago-Midway as a charter flight for the Oklahoma City Thunder, likely encountered a bird while on descent into Chicago".

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No one was hurt, but it's probable the bird will be taking a permanent time-out. Although, as many pointed out on Twitter, if the plane did hit a bird, that hardly calls for the explanation of a world-renowned astrophysicist.

The reason for the incident is not yet clear, but the image of the plane suggests that it hit an object while flying.

Thankfully, as Anthony mentioned in his post, everyone is OK, and the team has safely arrived in Chicago. Let's hope they make it there safely.

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