Enes Kanter Breaks Forearm Punching a Chair on Bench, Could Miss Months

Thursday night was rough for Philadelphia 76ers fans hoping to see Joel Embiid in the All-Star Game, but it was much worse for Enes Kanter and the OKC faithful.

Kanter was seen punching a chair in the second quarter of the Thunder's 109-98 win over the Dallas Mavericks. That didn't end real well for him.

You can watch the incident below.

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Thunder coach Billy Donovan said after the game that X-rays showed a forearm break. The Thunder are expected to give a timetable for recovery today, but recovery from such an injury can typically take around 2 months.

"It's tough, man, especially to do it the way he did it, it's very unfortunate," Russell Westbrook said after the game. "He's a strong man, and he'll be back better."

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