Serge Ibaka Fights Marquese Chriss as Raptors Face Cavs

Serge Ibaka Fights Marquese Chriss as Raptors Face Cavs

Serge Ibaka Fights Marquese Chriss as Raptors Face Cavs

Even without LeBron James there to consistently break the hearts of the Raptors, the rivalry between Cleveland and Toronto appears to be alive and well.

Things got a little out of hand in Monday night's Raptors-Cavs game in Cleveland as Serge Ibaka grabbed Marquese Chriss by the throat and then somehow threw a wild punch that missed it's desired target.

That's when it all went down. No foul was called, but Chriss looked down at Ibaka and said something to him, which set the big man off as he charged Chriss, choking him into the stanchion. Both players were ejected shortly after the altercation.

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The Cavaliers ultimately upset the Raptors 126-101. Toronto (48-20) trails Milwaukee by 2 1/2 games for the best record in the league. We certainly don't want that in our game. He was suspended one game after both of those cases.

As a repeat offender, Ibaka could be facing a suspension in the range of three to five games, according to ESPN front-office insider Bobby Marks. Serge Ibaka and Marquese Chriss were a day late and are likely facing the most exhausted trope in wrestling: A suspension from an authority figure.

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