Serge Ibaka is back! Oh wait, you already knew that. I have a new job at ESPN.com, working with their absurdly great NBA team. The primary focus is going to be writing about the
It’s all Scott Brooks’ fault. Until it isn’t.
J.A. Adande of ESPN.com on Pop’s joking: “He said the dramatic reversal in Ibaka’s status — in which he went from “done” to “day-to-day” in just a week, was “a matter of facts.” “The
Ben Golliver of SI.com: “Attributing all of Oklahoma City’s success and all of San Antonio’s shortcomings solely to Ibaka would be an oversimplification: the one-legged man didn’t singlehandedly win this game. Brooks’ starting lineup
Serge Ibaka made an emotional return leading the Thunder to a must-have Game 3 win.
Game 3. Must have.
With a black sleeve around his left calf, Serge Ibaka lightly limped over to speak with the media Saturday afternoon. The towering power forward has somehow gone from being ruled out for the postseason