As the basketball world remains on the sidelines awaiting the return of the NBA season, few have been as productive during this social-distancing spell than Toronto Raptors star Serge Ibaka.
The veteran has been producing episodes showcasing his life at home during isolation, the series dubbed ‘How bored are you?’ after his popular YouTube series, ‘How hungry are you?’
Dropping the newest episode on Saturday, Ibaka shared his expertise in an area with which his name has become synonymous — the scarf game.
Or rather, the art game.
“Today, I’m going to talk about art — and I’m sure you guys know I love art,” he says, kicking things off.
Ibaka famously dropped the ‘art’ line during an argument about fashion with teammate OG Anunoby, who took credit for inspiring Ibaka’s scarf-based prowess. A claim Ibaka answered with, “I don’t dress, OG. I do art.”
The Brazzaville, Congo native’s love of ‘art’ has since taken on a life of its own.
.@Raptors don’t do fashion, they do art
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) February 11, 2020
"You really do art, bro."@Klow7: "Elementary school art, but it's art."
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) March 18, 2020
Watch Ibaka’s how-to guide on getting the most out of your scarf game below: