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Roy Hibbert’s incredible block on Carmelo Anthony turned Game 6 of the Knicks-Pacers Eastern Conference semifinal into Indiana’s favor, and helped launch the Pacers to the Eastern Conference Finals. That block will live on forever as Hibbert now has two framed photos of block, that he showed fans via his Twitter page. Got 2 of these now. 1 from a real good friend here in Indy. The other from the @Pacers Def man cave material. pic.twitter.com/YhBE2JaRVT — Roy Hibbert (@Hoya2aPacer) June 7, 2013 Hibbert let his fans know that he plans to hang the portraits up in his man cave. He definitely provided some bulletin board material for Carmelo Anthony to use the next time they meet.
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New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony has a little bit of free time and a whole of money.
So what does he do to play to both factors? He hooks up with his man super-producer Swizz Beatz at a Manhattan art auction.
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Carmelo Anthony has made himself into a world famous, handsomely paid NBA superstar, but growing up in Baltimore, things weren't always so fabulous for the Knicks forward.
While watching game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, I think we all started getting sidetracked from the blowout and started watching the other random things going on in the game. I mean who didn’t notice the ridiculous outfit that Justin Beiber was wearing (WHY DO YOU NEED SUNGLASSES INDOORS?) or Flo Rida’s Jesus Piece, which was about as big as my head. Yet, the most talked...
College athletes are very competitive people. If you give them a challenge, especially a fun one, there’s a pretty good chance that they will try to beat it with a vengeance.
Enter the #RoyHibbertChallenge.
During the final game of the Eastern Conference Finals, Pacers center Roy Hibbert was caught chugging a Gatorade on TV before ABC went to commercial. But this was not a normal...
Carmelo Anthony surprised fans celebrating their Puerto Rican heritage at the 28th annual 116th Street Festival, a Pre-Puerto Rican Day parade event, in Spanish Harlem Saturday afternoon when he drove straight through the event, causing pandemonium. Known to be the largest Latin festival in North America, it was held from 11:00am to 5:00pm and featured 5 music stages and over 200 vendors.
The Indiana Pacers came within a game of making the NBA Finals for the first time since losing to the Lakers back during the 1999-2000 season, and Roy Hibbert wanted to say thanks to the fans for helping make it happen. What better way to do that than to take out a full page ad in the local newspaper?
It's a nice gesture; one that he didn't need to make, but a classy one...
The Indiana Pacers’ season is over, so apparently Roy Hibbert has time to do a little decorating of his “man cave.”
The Pacers center tweeted a photo Thursday night of two framed photos he received of his memorable blocked shot of New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony during Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinals that he plans to hang up. The block was a signature moment...
Carmelo Anthony may never accept an invitation to Roy Hibbert's house but, if he does, the New York Knicks star might want to avoid his host's man cave.
Hibbert, the Indiana Pacers' 7-foot-2 center who tormented the Knicks forward during the Eastern Conference semifinals, is planning on decorating his house with not one — but at least a couple — large, framed posters...
Got 2 of these now. 1 from a real good friend here in Indy. The other from the @pacers Def man cave material. twitter.com/Hoya2aPacer/st…
— Roy Hibbert (@Hoya2aPacer) June 7, 2013
Now that his season has ended, Roy Hibbert is doing some redecorating around his house – starting with not one, but two posters of one of his more memorable blocks of the postseason.
The Indiana Pacers had an incredible playoff run this season that ended one win shy of advancing to the 2013 NBA Finals.Part of the reason for their late-year success can be attributed to the emergence of center Roy Hibbert. The former Georgetown Hoya bumped his scoring average up from 11.9 PPG during the regular campaign to 17.0 PPG during the postseason and averaged a double-double...
On Sunday, Pacers center Roy Hibbert took out a full-page ad in the Indianapolis Star thanking fans following what was an excellent season.
Tweet The 2012-2013 Indiana Pacers recorded their most wins during the regular season (49) and advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since the 2003-2004 team that was led by Jermaine O’Neal and then-named Ron Artest. With their season now over it’s time to look back at a campaign that saw [...]
Maybe Carmelo Anthony was right.
It has been a lot of fun to disparage Anthony over the last 2 1/3 years. While the gifted scorer has been mired somewhere just outside of real championship contention in a thin Eastern Conference, his former team, the Nuggets, has become a cause celebre among traditionalists for continuing to make playoff appearances without a bona fide superstar...