Found May 22, 2013 on My Sports Rumors:
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Roy Hibbert took a painful shot to the groin tonight when his Indiana Pacers faced the Miami Heat. Shane Battier drove down the lane and went up to try and dunk over Hibbert. The two collided so Shane switched to try and make a lay-up while Hibbert fell to the ground in pain. As Shane went up he gave Roy a huge knee to the groin area at full speed. (H/T SB Nation)
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