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Roy Hibbert has really become a force down in the paint, racking up 12.8 points and 8.8 rebounds per game while playing a huge role in the Pacers' resurgence. But while the 7-foot-2 center is an attractive option for any team given the lack of solid big men in the NBA, it seems unlikely that someone will pluck Hibbert away from Indiana, especially Boston. The Pacers have the ability to match any offer, and could offer more than the Celtics. The C's could still target front court help via the NBA draft, though. Fab Melo is one of just a...
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Roy Hibbert is coming off a season in which he became a first-time NBA All-Star, and helped lead the Indiana Pacers to the second round of the NBA Playoffs. He’s also a big factor in the Pacers winning back the Indiana fans.
He’s one of the more popular athletes in Indiana, and has improved each year with the Pacers. With so few quality centers in the NBA, there’s...
Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert was one of the breakout players of this year’s playoffs. Hibbert will be a restricted free agent this offseason and since the talents of a true center are hard to come by these days, he’ll surely be on the radar of a lot of NBA teams.
Hibbert was on the radio in Indianapolis and said he likes the direction the Pacers are heading, but said he’d...
Pacers forward Tyler Hansbrough seems to have had a good time out at a bar recently where he was photographed looking drunk.
Here we have Pacers big man Tyler Hansbrough having himself an adult beverage in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. There is entirely nothing wrong with that at all, but typically you don’t drink your adult beverage out of a brown paper bag. Well, unless you’re a wine-o.
At any rate, Hansbrough looks to have enjoyed his adult beverage and by the time the night was over, it...
Our friends at Deadspin brought to light this afternoon that Indian Pacers goon Tyler Hansbrough had a solid weekend in Wrightsville Beach, N.C. The big news here is that Psycho T doesn’t mind to brown bag his 40 oz-ers when hanging with fellow whities. A little more digging into Hansbrough’s summer reveals that this guy has been slightly enjoying his free time. The Internet...
Kyle Kuric caught up with Pacers.com’s Tricia Whitaker about how he felt his work out with the Pacers coaching staff went on Monday.
From Boston Globe:
Celtics general manager Danny Ainge (left) has money to play with for the first time since assembling the new Big Three in the summer of 2007. Ainge has $30.5 million committed to Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo, Avery Bradley, and JaJuan Johnson, and that's it. That leaves plenty of cash to sign other players and fill out the roster. Some of that money could...