Serge Ibaka scored his first career triple-double as the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Denver Nuggets in overtime, 124-118. Ibaka finished the game with 14 points, 14 rebounds and 11 blocks for only the 14th triple-double in Oklahoma City Thunder/Seattle Super Sonics history. It is the third time this season he has blocked double digit shots and now has 102 blocks on the season, 17 more than JaVale McGee, his closest competitor.
Ibaka is now on pace for over 200 blocks, an impressive feat since he led the NBA last season with 198 in 82 games. This NBA season will only play 66 games this season because of the NBA lockout. Ibaka was one of four Thunder players to score double-digit points, though. One of the others was the other big story of the game.