Found May 23, 2013 on
Beyond The Buzzer:
With 2.2 seconds remaining, down 1 in OT and the Pacers best rim protector in Roy Hibbert on the bench, LeBron James drove the lane and put in the game-winning layup as time expired to give the Heat a 1-0 series lead over the Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals 103-102. James finished the night with a triple double of 30 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. And here’s Roy Hibbert, the Pacers’ rim protector, who Frank Vogel opted to keep on the bench for the final play’s reaction:
BEST OF MAXIM
The Michael Jordan and LeBron James comparisons will probably follow the players throughout the duration of LeBron’s career. The players will be constantly asked their thoughts, regardless of whether or not it actually has merit. Remember when Jordan when Jordan did an interview with ESPN Magazine and shared his thoughts on how he would stop [...]
Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big storyline. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump.
James Pallotta, president of the soccer team AS Roma and a minority owner of the Celtics, presented a Celtics jersey to Pope Francis at the Vatican Wednesday. Pallotta was there to represent Roma in the Coppa Italia...
While Indiana Pacers forward David West sat out yesterday’s practice due to a leg injury, center Roy Hibbert was able to suit up. However, during the session the big man suffered a thumb injury, according to the Associated Press.Hibbert was hit on his right thumb during yesterday’s practice, an injury that required taping. While any additional bumps and bruises at this point...
In a Menudo exclusive, we have learned what Roy Hibbert was doing instead of guarding LeBron James in overtime last night. All on Frank Vogel’s orders. Here, we see Roy modeling fancy golf clothes.
Vogel Vs LeBron
After a thrilling Game 1 versus the Heat, the Pacers went back to practice but got some bad news. Center Roy Hibbert injured his right thumb in practice which required taping but he did complete the practice session.
Hibbert, who is having postseason averages of 14.4 points, 2.5 blocks, 9.7 rebounds and shooting 47%, is expected to play despite the injury. Of course if Indiana...
If you thought Roy Hibbert wasn’t all there during the first half of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat, it might have to do with him getting nailed in the nuts by Shane Battier.
Battier was driving to the hoop late in the first quarter when he was challenged by the Pacers center. In an instance, two forces converged at the same place...
Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel made the decision (twice) to take center Roy Hibbert out of the game on crucial plays towards the end of the Eastern Conference Finals game 1 against Miami. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear to have been the wisest decision, as LeBron James was able to easily drive to the basket with 2.2 seconds left in overtime to sink the game-winner.
MIAMI (AP) -- David West's right hand helped the Indiana Pacers grab home-court advantage in the Eastern Conference finals.
Roy Hibbert scored 29 points, West knocked away two passes by LeBron James for huge turnovers in the final minute, and the Pacers evened the East title series with a 97-93 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 2 of the series on Friday night.
Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel called into The Dan Patrick Show and provided an explanation as to why he sat Roy Hibbert at the end of Game 1.