Ibaka, Chriss ejected after trading punches


Raptors forward Serge Ibaka and Cavaliers forward Marquese Chriss were ejected at the end of the third quarter in Monday night's matchup after tempers flared.

From the video it appears that Ibaka first grew incensed when Chriss didn't offer a hand to help him up from the court.

After an exchange with Chriss as the Toronto man tried to buy a cheap foul, Ibaka lifted himself from the floor and hurled himself at his opponent, with both men then appearing to throw punches before they were ejected.

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Monday wasn't Ibaka's first National Basketball Association fight. "That's usually how it goes". Which isn't to say that Nick Nurse didn't try, from varied lineup combinations to find a spark, to an early stint of zone defense in the first quarter which briefly seemed to get the Raptors' attention and spurred a run to close the gap. Cleveland was ahead for most of the half and outscored Toronto 32-22 in the third quarter.

"That was a great win for us", Love said.

With the loss, the Raptors now sit at a record of 48-20 and are still ranked second in the Eastern Conference.

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Led by Kawhi Leonard, the Raptors are confident of going all the way in the east and then maybe even uprooting the Warriors when it comes to the National Basketball Association finals (if the Warriors make it this time). As Ibaka lie there, Chriss said something that drew his ire. The Raptors veteran would lose $149,000 per game if he were to miss any matches.

Sexton, who is averaging 17.9 points per game since the All-Star break, impressed throughout the night, finishing with a game-high 28 points (on 10-for-18 shooting), connecting on four of his seven 3-point attempts - tying a career-high in made 3-pointers. "We don't certainly want that in the game, right?" I really didn't get to see it until the final five seconds'.

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