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Roy Hibbert has recently spent time during his off-season summers working out with one of the most talented bigs in the league, Spurs’ Tim Duncan. On Monday, Hibbert traveled to Texas to train with Duncan at the Spurs’ facility for a few days. Hibbert sent out a tweet about his aiming to get better with “the best” during his workouts along with a diss for the popular summer leagues many NBA stars have frequented this summer.
I seek out the best 2work out w/. No pro ams. In Texas 2work w/ a HOFer. How u gonna get better paying against scrubs pic.twitter.com/gQo2ElvzfU
— Roy Hibbert (@Hoya2aPacer) August 19, 2013
Wanna thank the @spurs for letting me use their facility n workout with their players. Great big man workout today. Learned a lot.
— Roy Hibbert (@Hoya2aPacer) August 19, 2013
Just finished the lift w/ @RobTrainSystems at the @spurs practice facility. Meeting the HOF'er at the track.
— Roy Hibbert (@Hoya2aPacer) August 20, 2013
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