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Serge Ibaka Choked Marquese Chriss And Both Threw Punches At Each Other

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In the final seconds of the Raptors-Cavs game on Monday night, Serge Ibaka got tangled up with Marquese Chriss on the last play and fell to the floor. After the play was over, Chriss seemingly said something to Ibaka, which set the big man off as he charged Chriss, choking him into the stanchion.

Chriss and Ibaka both threw punches at each other, luckily with neither landing solidly, and they were separated quickly and ushered to their respective benches.

There’s not really any history between these two, but Chriss may have crossed the line with what he said to Ibaka while the Raptors’ center was on the ground.

The exchange ignited the Cavs, however, as they went on to win 126-101.

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Cavs Assistant Coach Details J.R. Smith’s Soup Throwing Incident

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Last season, J.R. Smith was suspended for throwing a bowl of soup at an assistant coach, which turned out to be former Cavs guard Damon Jones. Details of the incident were very unclear at the time.

On Monday, Jones joined ESPN’s Jalen & Jacoby for a sit-down to clear the air on what actually transpired on that fateful day.

Jones confirmed a few widely reported details, including the fact that the soup was chicken tortilla. He also claims that him and J.R. didn’t speak for 3 months after the incident.

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Giannis Erupts For 52 Points In Bucks Loss To Sixers

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Giannis Antetokounmpo reminded everyone why he should be MVP of the NBA this season, putting up 52 points and 16 rebounds on Sunday, which turned out to be a Bucks loss to the Sixers.

Joel Embiid scored 40 points himself, leading Philly to a 130-125 win.

The 50-point performance by Giannis marked the 11th different player this season to score at least 50 in a game, which sets a league record.

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Mario Hezonja Blocks LeBron To Seal Win For Knicks

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It’s pretty much official: LeBron James will not even make the playoffs in his first season with the Lakers. On Sunday, they suffered what was perhaps their worst loss of the season.

Up by 11 with under 4 minutes left to the lowly Knicks, the Lakers somehow blew the lead and let the Knicks go on a 13-1 run to go up 124-123 with seconds remaining.

On the last possession, LeBron drove to the lane and shot a fadeaway to the left, only to be blocked by……Mario Hezonja of all people.

Wow.

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