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NBA free agency got off to a bang with the Portland Trail Blazers offering Roy Hibbert up a max deal...
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Free Agency Starts with Hibbert Receiving Predictable Max Offers - Pacers CenterPacers’ All-Star center Roy Hibbert started the 2012 free agency period with two not-so-shocking max contract offers, one from the Portland Trailblazers and one from another un-named team. Sources say he’s going to sign with Portland if the Pacers don’t match. Indiana declined ever offering Hibbert...
Roy Hibbert isnt Wilt Chamberlain but Hibbert does stand 7-foot-2. He did average 12.8 points and 8.8 rebounds per game with the Pacers this past season. He did block and alter shots, and he did make opponents think twice before driving to the basket.
Hibbert and the Pacers probably challenged the championship-winning Heat more than anyone else who faced the Heat in the playoffs...
Roy Hibbert is one of the few true big men in the NBA, so perhaps it's appropriate that he's been offered a similarly sized contract. The Pacers center, a restricted free agent and generally regarded as the top center in this year's free agent class, has reportedly been offered a max contract by the Trail Blazers hours after NBA free agency opened Sunday morning, according...
Indiana Pacers restricted free agent Roy Hibbert reportedly has been offered a maximum contract by the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday. Hibbert has received a four-year, $58 million offer sheet from the Trail Blazers, according to SI.com. The report said Hibbert, 25, is leading toward taking the Blazers deal after the Pacers initially did not offer a maximum deal to keep him...
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 [...]
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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Indiana Pacers would like to re-sign restricted free agent Roy Hibbert, but word is he would like to play elsewhere.
Hibbert, according to NBA.com’s David Aldridge, would like to play for the Portland Trail Blazers. The Blazers reportedly made a max offer to him.
In addition, there is indications...
RFA Roy Hibbert's four-year, max offer sheet from Portland is worth $58.4M. Pacers center leaning that way. Indy has three days to match.
— Ken Berger (@KBergCBS) July 1, 2012
The news is coming fast and furious.
The Blazers are trying to create a twin-towers situation in Portland with Hibbert and LaMarcus Aldridge. Both players are versatile bigs, but Aldridge prefers...
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...
The Pacers did not offer a max contract to Roy Hibbert, who is leaning toward signing the offer sheet with the Blazers.
Free Agency is under full swing and there’s already some crazy rumors being heard around the league. Sam Amick reports that Roy Hibbert of the Indiana Pacers has been offered a max-level deal by the Portland Trail Blazers and one other unknown team. Source: Portland GM Neil Olshey & team prez Larry Miller visited [...]
Let free agency begin with a bang!
Restricted free agent big man Roy Hibbert has been offered a max contract by the Portland Trailblazers, acording to SI’s Sam Amick. Sources say this would account for $58 million over 4 years.
This pretty much says that the Blazers are moving on from the Greg Oden era, which never really got going. Oden was once a number one pick over Kevin...
The first huge shot of the 2012 NBA Free Agency war was fired, as the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday, let loose a howitzer blast aimed directly at the Indiana Pacers. According to a story reported by “SI.com,” Portland’s new General Manager Neil Olshey has offered Indiana Pacers All-Star center Roy Hibbert a max deal. The former Los Angeles Clippers General Manager hired...