Serge Ibaka (knee) has reportedly told the Spanish Federation that he's available to play at EuroBasket with the National Team.
Serge Ibaka (knee) is reportedly feeling better and is aiming to play in EuroBasket.
Serge Ibaka said that he was aiming to play Game 3 of the first round of the playoffs.
Scott Brooks officially ruled out Serge Ibaka for the remainder of the regular-season on Sunday.
Serge Ibaka (knee) was seen getting up some shots during Friday's pregame warmups.
Serge Ibaka (knee) still isn't close to returning to action according to head coach Scott Brooks.
Serge Ibaka (knee) has yet to resume practicing and his return date is unknown.
Serge Ibaka (knee) said on Saturday that he hopes his 4-6 week timetable is only 3-4 weeks.
Serge Ibaka will miss the next 4-6 weeks of action after undergoing arthroscopic surgery to help eliminate persistent soreness in his right knee.
ESPN's Chris Broussard is reporting that Serge Ibaka is currently undergoing knee surgery, and according to his source, he's expected to be out for "a few weeks."
Serge Ibaka needs a procedure on his right knee and will be out for an undetermined amount of time, sources told ESPN.com.
Serge Ibaka (knee soreness) will not play vs. the Bulls on Sunday, while Steven Adams and Enes Kanter will draw the start in the frontcourt.
Serge Ibaka (knee) was held out of practice on Saturday, and he is still listed as day-to-day.
Serge Ibaka (knee) will not play against the Wolves on Friday night.