Carmelo Anthony shares scary photo of Thunder's damaged plane

by Steven Clarke October 29, 2017, 0:56

Starting tonight, the Thunder have 3 straight road games: a rematch with Minnesota followed by a back-to-back in Chicago before wrapping up against newly-emerged MVP candidate Giannis Antetokounmpo. For Muhammad, that means that he'll move back to a bench scoring rule and play very few minutes in what should be a close game in Minnesota.

Adams' Twitter post said, "We had a rough flight to say the least". He captioned the photo "I guess we hit something?"

Delta Airlines spokeswoman Elizabeth Wolf said maintenance was evaluating the situation and that the damage was likely caused by a collision with a bird.

Fortunately, everyone on board was safe, and the plane landed as scheduled in Chicago.

A spokesperson for the team told The Oklahoman that all of its players, staff and coaches were safe.

Westbrook was the unquestioned alpha male of Oklahoma City last season and with the addition of two ball-demanding pieces in Anthony and George, it seemed that the order of power within the team was in danger of getting rearranged.

The Thunder are just 2-3 as of this writing, as they continue to get used to their suddenly star-studded lineup.

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