Thunder Charter Plane Lands Safely Despite Massive Dent in Nose

Posted October 29, 2017

He tweeted at NASA, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and scientist Bill Nye seeking answers about what could have the damage. However, Delta officials believe the aircraft likely struck a bird at 30,000 feet, which caused the nose of the plane to cave in.

3,966 Likes, 225 Comments - Carmelo Anthony (@carmeloanthony) on Instagram: "What possibly could we have hit in the SKY at this time of night?"

The Thunder lost to Minnesota Timberwolves 119-116 on Friday night.

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

Huestis wrote on Twitter, "I guess we hit something?"

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That may change after what the Oklahoma City Thunder experienced early Saturday morning.

After disembarking, National Basketball Association stars Carmelo Anthony and Josh Huestis posted pictures of the damage to social media.

Delta Airlines spokeswoman Elizabeth Wolf said in a statement that the plane, "sustained damage to its nose cone while on descent into Chicago". She said the Boeing 757-200 landed safely without incident at Chicago's Midway International Airport.

But a Thunder spokesperson told an Oklahoma newspaper that all players, staff and coaches were safe.

"The critical bird hits in aviation [are] the ones that occur on the engine area", Genc said.