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Serge Ibaka is known for his ridiculous wing-span and his blocking ability. On Thursday night against The Miami Heat in Game 2 of The NBA Finals, Ibaka blocked LeBron James and let him know about it. Ibaka followed up the block with the famous Dikembe Mutombo finger wag. You need to do what you can to keep your home team fans in the game, but when down by more than ten points you may want to rethink the wag.
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During the first half of Game 2 of the NBA Finals, Oklahoma City Thunder’s Serge Ibaka accumulated 4 blocks, but none was better than his powerful block on MVP LeBron James during the first quarter. Serge Ibaka is one athletic basketball player; pure power. H/T Eye On Basketball
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