Watch video of Joe Ingles humping Cedi Osman during San Antonio Spurs vs Orlando Magic goes viral

Watch video of Joe Ingles humping Cedi Osman during San Antonio Spurs vs Orlando Magic goes viral

There was little magic in the game between the Orlando Magic and the San Antonio Spurs regarding skill on the court. But everyone’s attention was drawn to the exchange between Joe Ingles and Cedi Osman as seen in a viral video

While Joe Ingles’s play on the basketball court may not be lighting the community on fire right now, his recent incident involving Cedi Osman has ignited social media. The incident happened during the San Antonio Spurs vs. Orlando Magic game. Ingles ended up humping Osman from behind as he continued to defend him, causing Osman to tumble spectacularly outside the lines.

Video of Joe Ingles humping Cedi Osman during San Antonio Spurs vs Orlando Magic goes viral

Ingles did not score any points in his squad’s victory over the Spurs. Nevertheless, during his 15 minutes of play, he recorded four rebounds and two assists. Conversely, Osman scored eight points, dished out three assists, and pulled down two rebounds throughout his 28 minutes of action. But it wasn’t enough, as the Spurs fell short against the Magic, losing 98-108.

Watch a video of Jos Ingles humming behind Cedi Osman

Everyone in the arena was taken aback by how impromptu the occasion was, and the supporters’ comments began to flow right away. Not only did fans laugh at the video, but Cole Anthony, Ingles’ teammate, did too.

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In response to the Ingles-Osman incident, some fans made mocking posts using DJ Khaled as a template because they couldn’t believe what they were seeing. Some others expressed their disapproval of the video by posting a meme template featuring the well-known pair Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley.

San Antonio Spurs’ late surge is resisted by the Orlando Magic

The visiting Orlando Magic held off the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday, winning 108-98 thanks to 25 points from Paolo Banchero and 20 more from Franz Wagner. For the first eighteen minutes of the game, Orlando was never ahead, but they rallied to lead by six points at the half. Subsequently, the Magic took command, opening the third quarter with a 17-0 run and closing it out with a 25-point advantage.

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However, San Antonio stormed back in the fourth quarter, with a 15-0 run that was capped by two 3-pointers from Devin Vassell and Jeremy Sochan as well as two close-range baskets to go within 99-96 with 3:27 remaining. Orlando gained some breathing room thanks to two free throws from Wendell Carter Jr. and a bucket from Markelle Fultz, but the Magic held on to win for the second time in their previous five games.

Carter gave the Magic an additional 14 points. In the victory, Cole Anthony and Fultz both scored eleven points, and Moritz Wagner finished with ten points.
Vassell scored the most points of any player with 26, followed by Victor Wembanyama with 21 and Sochan with 18 points and 12 rebounds for the Spurs. Key bench players Zach Collins (sprained ankle) and Keldon Johnson (elbow laceration) were not available for San Antonio’s game.

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