There's nothing like some friendly competition between teammates, especially when it has nothing to do with their sport. Serge Ibaka and OG Anunoby, who both consider themselves the most fashion-forward Raptors on the team, took things to a whole new level before Wednesday's game. We can't wait to see where this friendly rivalry goes next and we're just happy to be along for the ride.\nAhead of the game on February 5, Ibaka and Anunoby caught fans off guard when they strutted into the team's change room one after the other in their chic scarves.\nIbaka wore one that looks more like a blanket and rivals Lenny Kravtiz's famous giant scarf that got the meme treatment. You know the one.\nAnunoby went a different route, with a long scarf that he wrapped around the top of his head, his chin and his neck.\nOn Twitter, the Raptors also posted a video of the teammates in their scarves and asked, "So who wins the scarf off?"\nIbaka seemed to be feeling himself, adjusting his massive scarf and posing a little bit for the cameras. Anunoby was more low key, keeping his head down as he showed off his look.\nSo who wins the scarf off? pic.twitter.com/k8xvJ78zAA— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) February 5, 2020\nThe "scarf off" comes just days after Anunoby joined an episode of Holt Renfrew's Avec Classe, which Ibaka hosts.\nIn the hilarious video, Anunoby insists that he put Ibaka on fashion and is the reason that he likes scarves.\n"I put you on scarves," he said.\nWhen Ibaka tried to protest, Anunoby kept repeating "what about scarves?" Ibaka came back with, "I've been in the scarf game 10 years now."\nWhen it came to crowning the scarf king, some fans didn't want to pick sides. Both were just so great.\nWe win— Zee (@zeerawi) February 5, 2020\nRaptors fan are just getting spoiled now with all these lovely content! pic.twitter.com/iSYmJgU5bL— Grouchogreen (@RizaRaves) February 5, 2020\npic.twitter.com/8TkQIlDAC3— 👌👌👌 (@duoshtix) February 5, 2020\nWe all win— Kawhi Anunoby (@CaptMaverick85) February 5, 2020\nThe team went on to win their game against Pacers, breaking two records for the longest winning streak in franchise history and in Toronto sports history.\nIbaka scored in the last 30 seconds of the game to give the Raptors the win.\nMaybe that little friendly competition before tip-off had something to do with it?