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Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a video of Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert chugging a Gatorade during game seven of the 2013 Eastern Conference Finals.
Back on Tuesday, Roy and Memphis Grizzlies guard Mike Conley made an appearance of the hit ESPN show “SportsNation” to participate in a Gatorade drinking contest with host, Charissa Thompson.
So, who won the challenge? You’ll have watch the entire video to find out….
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Roy Hibbert got some revenge on Mike Tyson Tuesday during his ESPN SportsNation live appearance. A few months back, Tyson appeared on the show and demonstrated how Steph Curry should have bit off Roy Hibbert’s ear when the Pacers & Warriors were involved in this past season’s scuffle.
Hibbert got his payback and took it to a fake Mike Tyson and threw down a “People’s...
Despite the season ending in disappointment, Indiana Pacers big man Roy Hibbert wanted the team’s fans to know that he was extremely appreciative for all their support throughout the regular season and Indiana’s remarkable run to the Eastern Conference Finals before ultimately losing to the Miami Heat in a seven-game slugfest. In Sunday’s edition of [...]The post Roy Hibbert...
One of the more memorable blocks from the 2013 NBA playoffs came when Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert shut down a Carmelo Anthony dunk attempt in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Back on Thursday, Roy tweeted the below photo which shows his ownership of two pictures of said block:
Got 2 of these now. 1 from a real good friend here in Indy. The other from the @pacers Def man cave...
According to a report courtesy Matt Moore of CBS Sports via Fox Ohio Sports, the Cleveland Cavaliers have targeted Indiana Pacers small forward Danny Granger, as a possible trade candidate to fill their gaping hole at that position. Granger has one year left on his contract at $14 million, and is coming off a season where he hardly saw the court due to a knee injury.
Donnie Walsh and Kevin Pritchard declared that re-signing David West will be their top priority for the 2013-14 offseason.
“We want him back as much as you can want anyone back,” Walsh said. “We think he’s one of the anchors of the team.”
Added Pritchard: “(West) knows we’re in a great position moving forward. He’s priority No. 1 and come July 1 (the start of free...