Found July 03, 2012 on Crossover Chronicles:
Roy Hibbert averaged 12.8 points per game last season. He was an All Star Center in the Eastern Conference. Hibbert also finished the regular season averaging 8.8 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per night. He then elevated those numbers during the playoffs, posting 11.2 and 3.1 respectively. Roy should be paid much more than Omer Asik, but should he be paid as much LeBron? One one hand, he's an extremely rare talent at the center position in today's NBA. On the other, he didn't even average a double-double during the regular season last year. The Trail Blazers have opened Free Agency by making Roy Hibbert a priority. Portland offered Roy a 4-year contract worth $58 million. He can't officially sign that offer sheet until July 11th. Hibbert is a Restricted Free Agent, which means his Indiana Pacers will have an opportunity to match. Three days to match, to be specific. But should they? Below are five reasons why I think they should, and five reasons why I think they shouldn&...

Blazers Offer Roy Hibbert Max Contract 4 Years $58 Million

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Pacers sign George Hill to a five-year deal.

INDIANA –Have the Pacers essentially picked George Hill over Roy Hibbert? That may be the case as they have just handed Hill a five-year deal that will be signed after the league’s moratorium period ends on July 11. To read this feature please click the link below.

Pacers offseason update #3

The Pacers' offseason has gotten off to a rocky start.First of all, Roy Hibbert got a max contract offer from the Portland Trailblazers -- $58 million for 4 years. Frankly, that stinks.  Not because Roy is likely to leave Indiana because I doubt the Pacers would allow that to happen, but because it means the Pacers will now likely have to offer Roy a similar contract (they can...

Pacers, George Hill agree to deal

The Indiana Pacers and point guard George Hill have agreed to a new deal. Hill's co-agent, Michael Whitaker, wrote in a text message Tuesday that Hill, a 26-year-old restricted free agent, will sign once the NBA's moratorium period ends on July 11. He did not disclose terms. Hill joined the Pacers after a draft-day deal in 2011 that sent Indiana draft pick Kawhi Leonard...

Portland Trail Blazers reach verbal agreement with Roy Hibbert on multi-year contract

  The Blazers offered Indiana Pacers Roy Hibbert a contract as soon as free agency opened Saturday night, but according to Joe Freeman of The Oregonian the two sides have come to a verbal agreement. The team on Sunday reached a verbal agreement on a multi-year contract with restricted free agent Roy Hibbert, widely regarded [...]

George Hill agrees to 5-year deal with Pacers

The Indiana Pacers have reportedly agreed to a five-year deal with restricted free agent point guard George Hill. Financial terms of the contract have yet to be released. The Pacers acquired Hill via a draft day trade in 2011 for Kawhi Leonard. In his first season with Indiana, Hill averaged 9.6 ppg and 2.9 apg [...]

Sports x Pop Culture | Reggie & Kramer

In the Knicks’ 93–86 loss to the Indiana Pacers in Game 5 of the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals, Reggie Miller scored 25 points in the 4th quarter. Lee was taunting Miller throughout the 4th quarter, and Miller responded by making shot after shot. Born that evening was the infamous choke sign Reggie gave to Spike. The headline of the New York Daily News the next day sarcastically...

Pacers offseason update #4: this sucks!

Well this has certainly turned out to be a sh%*tty offseason for the Indiana Pacers, who apparently had so much promise with their ample "cap space."The only good thing that has happened so far is that George Hill has re-signed for 5 years. Roy Hibbert's future remains up in the air with that max offer from Portland, meaning if the Pacers want to keep him they'...
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