Found January 29, 2013 on
Brooklyn Nets forward Andray Blatche was hit directly in the face by a ball thrown by Orlando Magic forward Kyle O'Quinn from close range during the fourth quarter of Monday night's NBA game in the Barclays Center.
As O'Quinn was near the sideline with his momentum was carrying him out of bounds, he threw the ball at Blatche in an attempt to save Magic possession. O'Quinn was successful, as the ball bounced off Blatche's face out of bounds. Amazingly, Blatche shrugged it off like nothing happened.
The Nets won the game handily over the Magic 97-77.
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