Matt Barnes is a member of the Memphis Grizzlies now, after the Clippers included him in the trade with the Hornets that brought Lance Stephenson to Los Angeles.But Barnes played for the Clippers the past three seasons, during a time when the team had more than its fair share of physical battles with Serge Ibaka and the Oklahoma City Thunder. And evidently, Barnes still holds a grudge...
Serge Ibaka was lost for the season with a knee injury back in March which required surgery. At the time, the Thunder were still fighting for a playoff spot, so there was a timetable of 4-6 weeks set for his return initially.But here we are in August, and Ibaka is not yet cleared to return to action -- at least not to play in an exhibition contest the NBA is putting on in Africa...
Matt Barnes may or may not be one of the NBA's legitimate tough guys. But if there's one thing he's made clear throughout his 12 years in the league, it's that he'll never back down from a challenge. He's not afraid to issue one, either. Speaking during an appearance on ESPN's SportsNation, Barnes expressed a willingness to throw down with the Thunder's Serge Ibaka anytime, simply...
Forwards Matt Barnes of the Memphis Grizzlies and Serge Ibaka of the Oklahoma City Thunder have reputations as a couple of the more rugged enforcers in the National Basketball Association today. Both have been accused of engaging in dirty tactics and instigating unnecessary conflict on the basketball court. Now that conflict may be spilling off...Read More
Oklahoma City’s season has been complicated by injuries from the beginning. Kevin Durant has missed approximately half the season with foot/ankle injuries, and MVP candidate Russell Westbrook has missed 16 games with various injuries. Now, forward Serge Ibaka is out indefinitely with knee soreness. It’s unclear how many games Ibaka will miss, but with Durant still out and...
SXSW is coming, and sports fans are in for a treat with a slew of dope documentaries that are premiering in Austin this weekend. The post Here’s The 7 Sports Documentaries Screenings That Will Premiere At SXSW appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
Serge Ibaka and LaMarcus Aldridge were ejected from the end of the Trail Blazers-Thunder game on Tuesday night after getting into a scuffle in the final minute. Portland beat Oklahoma City 1115-111 in overtime, but the two big men mixing it up was the story of the final period.
The Oklahoma City Thunder have made it official that Serge Ibaka will be back in the starting lineup for Game 3 against the San Antonia Spurs. Ibaka went through shootaround with his team today morning and he appears to be okay to play. Serge Ibaka’s warming up-Coach Brooks says he will start him tonight vs @spurs. “Medical team gave him the go-ahead” pic.twitter.com/yI4sOoZNRX...
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