Found August 23, 2012 on
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Serge Ibaka didn't play nearly as much as anyone expected he would in the Olympics. The Spanish team who eventually finished seven points shy of a Gold Medal did play Ibaka for 22 minutes in the final game against the US, but he probably should've played even more than that.
To speculate, the issue most likely revolved around the fact that the Gasol brothers manned the...
Serge Ibaka had a great season last year, leading the NBA in blocked shots, and now he has a contract to match his production. He is considered one of the NBA’s best weak side defenders, and Ibaka’s contract was extended for the next four seasons at the price of just under $50 million for the life of the contract.
Serge Ibaka's base salary for his four-year extension is worth $49 million.
When you first think of a guy who can fit the Thunder as a team and an organization, you think of a couple of words: Humble, grounded, mature, and young. A lot goes into scouting a player that will fit the Thunder well, besides their talent level. The guy who sets the example for that is Kevin Durant, as he has been a low-key and humble kind of guy that is the face of the franchise...
With Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka signed to multi-year contracts, James Harden remains the core member of the Thunder that Sam Presti still needs to agree to terms with.
John Wall, Nick Collison, Austin Rivers and even Juwan Howard rushed to the President’s campaign fundraiser. Michael Jordan and Walt Frazier were the headlining guest names but as you can see below, the boys looked just happy to be there.
Word is our President raised $3 mil with the help of the NBA stars and had the following to say during his speech:
“But the other side is...