LeBron James careens into seats, Jason Day's wife stretchered off

— -- CLEVELAND -- LeBron James collided with the wife of star PGA Tour golfer Jason Day while chasing a loose ball Thursday night, causing her to be taken from the floor by stretcher and to a local hospital.

James crashed into Ellie Day, knocking her chair over and landing on her as he fell out of bounds with 3:07 left in the fourth quarter of the  Cleveland Cavaliers' 104-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Day was down for several minutes and the game was halted while she received medical attention, which included having a brace placed around her neck and head.

James came over to the scene to check on the injured day and later said he had been told she was OK.

Day was alert and talking as her husband accompanied her to an ambulance. Ellie Day gave birth to the couple's second child last month.

The Days were sitting in a section of seats in the first row next to the Thunder bench.

These are known as the "Nicholson seats" after the position Jack Nicholson often sits at  Los Angeles Lakers games.

The Days have a home in Westerville, Ohio, outside of Columbus.

Jason Day, 28, who won the PGA Championship in August, has attended several Cavs games recently and had taken part in a promotion during a timeout shortly before the incident.