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Bismack Biyombo Fainted and Fall Backwards: Full Details 

OKC Thunder suffered a significant blow when their star player, Bismack Biyombo fainted and fell on the sidelines. The incident occurred in the first quarter of the OKC Thunder vs Portland Trail Blazers match. 

The OKC Thunder suffered a big blow in their match against the Portland Trail Blazers. Newly added player Bismack Biyombo suffered health problems in the first quarter of the game and suddenly collapsed. However, after a few seconds, he managed to stand back up and walk towards the dressing area. 

Cameras captured Bismack Biyombo fainting and slowly falling onto his back as he and his teammates headed to the bench during a timeout. Team members rushed to support him without taking a second. However, Biyombo soon regained his consciousness and walked back on his own to the dugout. 

What physicians said

The opposing team, the Trail Blazers, showed great heart, and their physician immediately examined Bismack for further assistance. According to the physicians, there is no big matter of concern for the team and players. 

However, with the player’s health in mind, the OKC Thunder decided to rest Bismack Biyombo for the rest of the competition. According to reports, doctors will evaluate him again on Thursday to determine his availability for the upcoming games. 

Who is Bismack Biyombo?

In our opinion, Bismack needs no introduction, especially in the United States. However, for the rest of the world, Bismack Biyombo Sumba is a Congolese professional basketball player who joined OKC Thunder about a month ago. 

In addition to the Thunder, he has also played with some big teams, such as the Charlotte Bobcats, Toronto Raptors, and Orlando Magic. He started his career with Fuenlabrada. 

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