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VIDEO: Thunder’s Steven Adams suffers scary fall, exits game


Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams suffered a scary fall on Wednesday against the Los Angeles Lakers.

Adams was trying to complete a post-move over Lakers center JaVale McGee who tried going for the block. McGee instead slid under the Thunder big man’s landing space forcing Adams to bend his leg awkwardly as he went down.

Peep the clip below for the scary scene.

The Thunder big man had to leave the game prematurely to get checked.

For Adams to leave a game, you know the injury must be painful since he’s one of the strongest players in the NBA. He did return shortly after though, proving that this reputation still remains intact.

Adams entered Wednesday averaging 11.0 points, 9.4 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game for the Thunder in 60 appearances.

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