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Will Ibaka play? Here’s the skinny on Serge’s status

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Serge Ibaka met with the media for the first time since his calf strain in game six of the Los Angeles Cllippers series.

Ibaka said his condition is still day-to-day and that he will be checked over by team doctor's tomorrow, who will ultimately decide his status for game three on Sunday, May 25.

"Air Congo" also said that if he is to play, the calf strain will cause him pain.

He added, "I will not be 100 percent."

The Oklahoma City Thunder have fallen back two games to none to the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA western conference finals without their starting forward.

Over the past three years and prior to the Thunder's last two games, Ibaka has played in over 99 percent of Oklahoma City's games.

Game three between the Thunder and Spurs tips off at 7:30 p.m. inside 'The Peake' on Sunday, May 25.