Roy Hibbert has had plenty of struggles this season.credit: blogimages.thescore.com
Since earning a massive contract with the Indiana Pacers in the offseason, Roy Hibbert has had his fair share of troubles on the court. He is averaging a pedestrian 10 points and 9 rebounds per game, while his Player Efficiency Rating(PER) is still under 15, considered the league average. He’s shooting 38% from the field; not quite what you want out of a player earning nearly $14 million this season.
Hibbert proved his worth last postseason against the Miami Heat, where he proved to be a matchup nightmare. In a league that is leaning toward small lineups, a 7’2″ center with a post game can be deadly.
Despite his struggles, Roy Hibbert is still aiming high. Maybe a bit too high. Via Yahoo:
“People said I wouldn’t be in the NBA,” said Hibbert, the highest-paid Pacer at $13.8 million this season. “People said I wouldn’t be a starting center, this, that and the other. I just prove people wrong. I’m havin...