Oklahoma City Thunder center Bismack Biyombo was a part of a scary moment on Wednesday night as the team was taking on the Portland Trail Blazers on the road.

The 31-year-old appeared to collapse while standing in front of the Thunder bench in the second quarter. The game was delayed while Biyombo was attended to. A wheelchair was brought onto the court, but the veteran never used it. He was helped off and headed for the locker room.

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The team said Biyombo did not suffer a serious medical issue, but he did not return to the game.

“He’s fine. He just fainted, basically,” Thunder head coach Mark Dagineault said. “He was in the locker room at halftime laughing and joking.”

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Oklahoma City won the game 128-120 against the Trail Blazers. Star guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander led the way with 37 points, while Jalen Williams added 31 and Chet Holmgren finished with 21 points and 14 rebounds.

The Thunder signed Biyombo in February.

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He played 30 games for the Memphis Grizzlies earlier this season. He was averaging 5.2 points and 6.4 rebounds per game before he was waived.

Biyombo was the No. 7 overall pick of the 2011 NBA Draft. He was traded to the Charlotte Bobcats, where he became a top rebounder, but not so much a scorer.

He eventually made his way to the Toronto Raptors, where he put together a 26-rebound performance in the playoffs against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Biyombo averages 5.1 points and 5.9 rebounds for his career.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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