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ESPN's Shelley Smith Rushed To The Hospital After Spurs-Warriors

The ESPN reporter had an incident inside the locker room.

ESPN reporter Shelley Smith was rushed to the hospital after the Spurs-Warriors game on Sunday afternoon.

The Associated Press reports that Smith had a frightening incident inside the locker room after Golden State's victory.

Smith, who recently battled breast cancer, was being treated for a possible stroke.

From the AP:

ESPN reporter Shelley Smith said Sunday night she was doing well and undergoing tests at an East Bay hospital for stroke symptoms after a scare in the Golden State locker room following the Warriors’ 113-111 victory over San Antonio in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.

Smith shared details with The Associated Press via text message and reported “I’m good” after the ordeal, which she said was being evaluated as a possible stroke. Fortunately, a Golden State team doctor was nearby and Smith was immediately moved to the training room to be attended to by the medical staff. She was then taken to a nearby hospital for further evaluation.

ESPN's Ramona Shelburne shared a photo of a happy-looking Smith on Twitter.

Smith tweeted out that she's "good" and waiting for test results.

Game 2 of Spurs-Warriors is set for 9 p.m. E.T. on Tuesday. It will be televised on ESPN.