Carmelo Anthony may never accept an invitation to Roy Hibbert's house but, if he does, the New York Knicks star might want to avoid his host's man cave.
Hibbert, the Indiana Pacers' 7-foot-2 center who tormented the Knicks forward during the Eastern Conference semifinals, is planning on decorating his house with not one — but at least a couple — large, framed posters of his epic blacked shot against Melo in the playoffs.
The photo shows Hibs going above the rim to block Melo's shot with his left hand when the Knicks led 92-90 with 5:04 left in the fourth quarter of Game 6. The game-changing block turned the tide of the game as the Pacers went on a 16-7 run to win the contest and snuff out the Knicks season.
He posted the pictures of the framed photos on his Twitter account with the message: "Got 2 of these now. 1 from a real good friend here in Indy. The other from the @Pacers Def man cave material."
Got 2 of these now. 1 from a real good friend here in Indy. The other from the @pacers Def man cave material. twitter.com/Hoya2aPacer/st…
— Roy Hibbert (@Hoya2aPacer) June 7, 2013
It shows just how easily one player's bulletin board material becomes another's man-cave decoration.