Ibaka leaves Toronto and signs for Los Angeles Clippers

The Spanish-Congolese power forward Serge Ibaka will leave the Toronto Raptors, where he has played the last three and a half seasons, to visit the Los Angeles Clippers for the next two seasons.

According to the NBA, collecting information from specialized journalists Shams Charania (The Athletic) and Adrian Wojnarowski (ESPN), he will be a member of the team led by Ty Lue until the end of the 2021-2022 campaign, after which he will once again be an agent. free.

Ibaka, 31, a 2019 NBA champion with the Canadians, will pocket $ 19 million from the deal. In addition, in its second season it will have a player option, so it could be released the following year.

In the Los Angeles city, he will meet again with forward Kawhi Leonard, along with the one who won the ring and who went to the Clippers for four years and 142 million dollars.

In his last season with the Raptors, Ibaka has scored 15.4 points, grabbed 8.2 rebounds and had 51% shooting from the field on average per game.

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