Thunder rattled after mysterious flight damage

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The team landed safely at Chicago's Midway Airport after 1:00 a.m. "Flying to chicago", he wrote - appealing to NASA, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, and science presenter Bill Nye to solve the mystery of what could have caused the huge dent.

It's unclear, however, if oddsmakers have factored in the stressful effects of the Thunder's flight to Chicago, which center Steven Adams called "a rough flight, to say the least", in a Twitter post.

All the players, coaches, and staff aboard the plane landed safely.

Delta Airlines spokeswoman Elizabeth Wolf said in a statement that the plane, "sustained damage to its nose cone while on descent into Chicago".

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Carmelo Anthony was similarly concerned, posting the same image of the plane's badly dented nose.

Multiple players took to social media to post about the freaky situation, but the team said everyone is safe and sound, and the flight landed as planned and on schedule at Midway International Airport. "Safety is Delta's top priority".

Oklahoma City Thunder's Friday night loss to the Timberwolves may have left fans wondering what happened in those final seconds.

"What possibly could we have hit in the SKY at this time of night?"