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Oklahoma City Thunder power forward Serge Ibaka is dancing overseas.
What could possibly get him more excited on the basketball court that he hasn't already seen in the NBA?
While spending some time this summer in Manchester, U.K., Ibaka caught a three-on-three tournament where saw Nathan Schall of the British Basketball League's Manchester Giants throw down a nasty dunk.
Still impressed by @nateschall08 dunk so I wanted to invite him 2 the Thunder @NBA Manchester game.You up to it Nate? http:t.coxRzYRMV0C0 Serge Ibaka (@sergeibaka9) July 31, 2013
The dunk impressed Ibaka so much that he sent out a personal invitation to Schall to attend the Thunder's game against the Philadelphia 76ers at Manchester Arena on Oct. 8.
@sergeibaka9 @NBA that would be amazing I'd love to watch the game!!! Nathan Schall (@nateschall08) July 31, 2013
Maybe Ibaka is also working on his recruiting skills this offseason and hoping to get Schall to Oklahoma City.
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