Plane carrying National Basketball Association stars hit by 'UFO' during Chicago descent

Frederick Owens
October 29, 2017

The Oklahoma City Thunder are getting ready to take on the Chicago Bulls on Saturday night in Chicago, where the Oklahoma team is projected to win by nearly eight points.

Jarrod Young replied to Adams, suggesting that the plane's crushed in nose might have had something to do with one of his fellow Oaklahoma City Thunder players.

A spokesperson for Delta Airlines said the charter flight "likely encountered a bird while on descent into Chicago" and that maintenance was evaluating the plane and the incident.

"I guess we hit something?"

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The Oklahoma City Thunder were en route to Chicago on Friday evening after losing to the Timberwolves when their plane was struck by what is believed to be a bird. "Everyone is Safe, Though", Anthony wrote on Instagram. "30,000 feet up...", Josh Huestis tweeted at 1:09 a.m. central with a photo of the dented nose".

Multiple players took to social media to post about the weird situation, but the team said everyone is safe and sound, and the flight landed as planned and on schedule at Midway International Airport. "Everyone is Safe, Though".

The Thunder were traveling to Chicago for their game against the Bulls on Saturday.

Patrick Patterson said the Thunder hit Superman.

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