Vlog: Ibaka Going North and the NBA G-League?

Topics for this Vlog includes Serge Ibaka going up north, the NBA G-League, James Dolan and New York Knicks as a whole and Charles Oakley included.

Buster Scher is the CEO & Founder of one of the largest basketball outlets in the world by the age of 16 reaching over 600 million people worldwide.

Top 10 3-Point Shooting Centers In The NBA

Check out the NBA’s best Three-Point Shooting Centers In The 2016 – 2017 NBA Season! Usually there are only three positions in the NBA that are designated for 3-point shooting. But the changed a lot during the last few years and therefore we are also having NBA Centers shooting 3-pointers! I even think that it’s possible that a nba center can belong to the top 10 nba 3-point shooters. 
Here are the Top 10 Three-Point Big Men in the NBA: Kristaps Porzingis, DeMarcus Cousins, Joel Embiid, Karl-Anthony Towns, Serge Ibaka and Al Horford. 

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Basketball Culture: Stylish NBA Players

Even they are talented on he court, basketball players fashion sense are often pretty much hit-and-miss. Often recruited by teams straight out of college (or even high-school), the sudden flow of big bucks into their bank account doesn’t always translate to a well-thought-out wardrobe. After all, a thousand pairs of rare Jordans aren’t worth a thing if you can’t pick a solid outfit to match.

But among those players still struggling to leave their teenage dress sense behind are a few doing it right. Setting an example for all those to follow, here is a list of some of the most stylish individuals in the NBA right now.

Serge Ibaka – Oklahoma City Thunder

Playing alongside the likes of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook would make it tough for anyone to stand out, but the Thunder’s towering big man has managed to carve out his own niche as one of the league’s best defensive players. What’s more, Ibaka has also earned a name for himself thanks to his impressive sense of style.



Nick Young – Los Angeles Lakers


NBA fans are usually too preoccupied with Nick Young’s headline-grabbing footwear to notice the rest of his style choices, which is a shame, because the Lakers’ scoring guard doesn’t disappoint in that department either.



Kevin Durant – Oklahoma City Thunder


Nicknamed ‘The Slim Reaper’- among other, equally cool things – Kevin Durant is another player who cuts a long and lanky figure. His seemingly never-ending wingspan, coupled with narrow shoulders, really makes him stick out, and no-doubt makes it pretty tricky when it comes to choosing an outfit. Nevertheless, Durant has shown himself to be a confident and savvy dresser, not letting his size hold him back in the style stakes.



Tyson Chandler – Phoenix Suns


Being a seven-footer can present a unique set of challenges for the fashion-conscious. At that size, all of a sudden measurements and fit take on an even greater importance. Yet, within that, Suns big man Tyson Chandler has found a way to maximize the style potential of his unique build (bulky torso and slight legs) through a more minimal, tonal look.



LeBron James – Cleveland Cavaliers


When you’ve got cameras on you for 90% of your daily life, it’s not surprising you feel the need to show off a little from time to time. Like many members of his draft class, James’s most consciously “stylish” wardrobe choices when involved loose-fitting blazers and baggy trousers. But that all seemed to change when he took his talents down to South Beach, where things took a turn for the more adventurous.



Dwyane Wade – Miami Heat


When considering style in the NBA, Dwyane Wade is certainly one of the first names to spring to mind. Much like his former teammate, LeBron James, Wade has seen his sense of style evolve from his days as a budding superstar into something that really reflects his character. What was once baggy and loose-fitting eventually made its way to being form-fitted and complimentary, with the help of celebrity stylist Calyann Barnett.



Russell Westbrook – Oklahoma City Thunder


Another client of über stylist Barnett, Russell Westbrook epitomizes the “science fair look” that has come to grip today’s NBA fashion scene. With every fresh press conference it seems that Westbrook reveals an interesting new set of frames and an outrageously busy shirt, most of which boast patterns so bold you’d think they were once used as curtains in a kindergarten. 

Westbrook is also one of the few NBA players so confident in their personal style that they feel comfortable experimenting far beyond the boundaries of their contemporaries. At the 2013 Teen Choice Awards he rocked a sleeveless tunic with a pair of drop-crotch sweatpants, cementing his reputation as a man absolutely unafraid to do something different.


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NBA Trades: Serge Ibaka has left OKC, Orlando acquires him in a multiplayer swap

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It has been a great journey for Ibaka’s NBA career with the Oklahoma City Thunder. He was drafted to Seattle SuperSonics in 2008 with the 24th pick. The team’s name just changed to Oklahoma City Thunder, six days after the draft.

Ibaka was a great fit for the Thunder, because of the threat he imposes to the paint. He was a consistent shot blocker after averaging 1 block in 16 minutes of action in his early years in the league.

He was a Starter in the Thunder’s rotation, had career-highs in OKC with 21 points and 22 rebounds last February 2015.

But all things must come to an end.

The trade was finalized on June 23, 2016.

Ibaka was traded to Orlando Magic, after the Thunder management decided to let him go in exchange for Victor Oladipo, Ersan Ilyasova and 11th pick of the 2016 NBA Draft Domantas Sabonis.

Ibaka cleared to play after knee surgery

The 6 foot 10 Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka has been cleared to play after recovering from a knee surgery. The three-time member of the All-Defense first team and two-time league blocks leader missed the final month last season.

“I feel great. Can’t wait. I’m ready to go.” Ibaka said.

In 64 games with Ibaka, the Thunder allowed 99.9 points per game. In 18 games without him, Oklahoma City surrendered 108.3 points. The Thunder went 10-8 during that final stretch and missed the playoffs.

Ibaka averaged 14.3 points and 7.8 rebounds last season.