The hurt just keeps on coming for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Power forward Serge Ibaka — a candidate for Defensive Player of the Year —...
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...
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka will be out indefinitely with lingering soreness in his right knee.
A team spokesman said Monday that the Thunder consulted with Ibaka's representation and they to have him see a specialist in New York. The team is in Dallas, where it will play the Dallas Mavericks on Monday night.
Ibaka has missed the past two games. He was playing well...
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March 16, 2015
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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...
The San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder will resume their Western Conference Finals series tomorrow in OKC which could mark the return of the Thunder’s big man Serge Ibaka. Ibaka has been out of the series due to a calf injury and heading into the series, it was announced he would miss the entire […]
The Spurs didn't believe Serge Ibaka was done. Looks like they were right.
"I'm shocked. I'm so surprised," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich deadpanned. "I told you from the beginning I know Sammy and we knew he would be back, and that's good.
"Nobody would wish that on anybody to miss the playoffs. We've had guys miss the playoffs before and it's obviously a downer. If he gets back in...