The Oklahoma City Thunder could be without Enes Kanter for up to two months thanks to a folding chair.

During the second quarter of OKC's win over the Mavericks last night, a frustrated Enes Kanter went over to the sidelines and took out his anger on a chair- fracturing his forearm in the process. 

Early reports suggest this injury will keep Kanter, the team's third highest scorer, out of action for 6-8 weeks.


"It was tough, man," Westbrook said. "To do it the way he did it is very unfortunate. He's a strong man, and he'll be back better."

"He didn't mean to do it, obviously," Adams said. "It's just one of those frustrating times where it just happened to like -- he did what he did, you know. He's already hard on himself. No one else can be as hard as he is on himself. He's probably just feeling so under the weather. I feel bad for him."

The Thunder are currently 28-19 and will be put to the test in their first game without Kanter on Sunday when they matchup against the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers.

Check out footage of the injury below.