Miami Heat Guard Dion Waiters was knocked out of team play against the Lakers on Friday night in Los Angeles for eating too many gumdrops.
The waiters were unconscious when landing the plane and suffered a seizure. When he woke up, Andy Slater from Radio FOX Sports 640 reported in South Florida.
MIAMI HEAT SUSPEND DION WAITERS IN ADVANCE OF REGULAR SEASON OPENER
The incident was originally reported as a "medical emergency" aboard the team's aircraft.  The Heat flew from Phoenix to Los Angeles, defeating the Suns 124-108 on Thursday night.
According to the Miami Herald, waiters have now missed the first nine games of the season in Miami after being suspended last month for "behavior that harms the team."
The waiters reportedly quarreled with heat coach Erik Spoelstra after Miami's preseason game against the Houston Rockets.
"There have been a number of unacceptable incidents this week that culminated in his unprofessional behavior in the bank," said Heat President Pat Riley to Sun Sentinel of South Florida on October 19. "As a consequence, we feel had to suspend him. "
Of the games he missed, Waiters was added to the active list for two of them – a win last Sunday against the Houston Rockets and Thursday's win in Phoenix – but no season, according to Herald.
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Waiters signed a $ 52 million four-year deal in the third year and would receive a $ 1.1 million bonus. If he appears in 70 of the team's 82 games this season, the report says.
Four more heat players have denied the game on Friday against the Lakers with various injuries, it said in the report. Miami (6-3) lost 95-80 to Los Angeles (7-1).