It used to be the only bird that National Basketball Association players feared was named Larry.
The team's charter flight to Chicago apparently encountered a bird during descent that crushed the nose of the plane.
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Upon landing in Chicago, the players found significant damage to the nose of their Delta charter flight, which had clearly gone head-to-head with something.
But it doesn't sound like the pilots or the team had too much worry.
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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.
The Oklahoma City Thunder's plane is believed to have collided with a bird in mid-flight. The aircraft, a Boeing 757-200, landed without incident and customers deplaned normally. "Safety is Delta's top priority". Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger guided the plane onto the icy waters around New York City, leading to the safe disembarkment of all 155 people onboard. "Therefore, such standard/normal deformation occurs as a natural result of such incidents", Dr. Ali Genc, Turkish Airlines senior vice president of media relations, said in an emailed statement. "Thank God the OKC Thunder team plane landed safely after hitting something in the sky".
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Chelsea ended a run of three games without a win with a 4-2 Premier League victory over Watford on Saturday. Regarding the reports involving Holland, Conte said: "A lot of b*******.
The Thunder made it safely to Chicago early Saturday morning after a 119-116 loss to the Timberwolves, but not without some flight issues.