NBA: The great moment of Ibaka and the historic streak of the Raptors | NBA 2019



The champion sum his 13 consecutive victory and the Spanish international returned to be fundamental.

Ibaka and Lowry, at the time of the base injury.
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Serge Ibaka is going through one of his sweetest moments since landing in the NBA. Full maturity of a player who has always known how to find his role. With the absence for lesion by Marc Gasol (left thigh), the African is increasing its benefits even more and resulting in the impressive winning streak of the Raptors, the best in its history.

The Spanish international was once again the top scorer and leader of the champions (22 points and 10 rebounds) in the victory against the Pacers (115-106) at home, the 13th consecutive to follow the wake of the Bucks in the Eastern conference (38-14).

The bad news for Nick Nurse's was the injury of Kyle Lowry. With three minutes left to finish the third quarter, the base hit his head against the left leg of Ibaka himself in one each.

The Pacers had again in Domantas Sabonis, to debut in the All Star, to its leader after contributing a double-double of 19 points and 16 rebounds.

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