-- LeBron James left the Miami Heat's 103-81 win Thursday night at Oklahoma City in the fourth quarter after a collision with Thunder power forward Serge Ibaka left him face-down on the court, bleeding from the face.
James, who had 33 points before his exit, drove to the basket with under six minutes to play and, after being caught in the face by Ibaka's wrist, fell to floor with a steady stream of blood pouring from his nose.
Heat guard Dwyane Wade, in a postgame interview with TNT, said he didn't think James would be out long.
"He said he thought it was broken," Wade said. "But hopefully it's not and he'll be back."