Found February 27, 2013 on
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Roy Hibbert was ejected following a fight between the Golden State Warriors and Indiana Pacers on Tuesday, and his comments about Steph Curry after the game were pretty funny.
Hibbert and David Lee were fighting for position for a rebound in the fourth quarter. Lee shoved Hibbert, Hibbert shoved back, and the two bumped chests. That’s when Curry entered the picture, trying to pull Hibbert away from Lee. Hibbert then tossed Curry aside, and tossed him aside again after Curry came back at him.
“I saw some light skinned guy coming at me. I didn’t know if it was Curry or Klay Thompson,” Hibbert said after the game, via The Indianapolis Star.
After being told it was Curry who came after him, Hibbert said that the guard shouldn’t have gotten involved.
“Really, it was between me and David Lee. I don’t know why the other guy (Curry) came at me,” said Hibbert.
“Seriously, I didn’t even feel him. He just ran on me and … I dunno. It’s between me and David Lee and he wants to get involved. I’
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Nearing the end of last night's Golden State/Indiana Pacers game looked more like a bar room brawl after Pacers center Roy Hibbert and Warriors forward David Lee got tangled up with each other.The incident occurred in the fourth quarter of play as Lee pushed Hibbert out of the way going for a rebound.Roy retaliated and thanks to that, the pushing fest turned a brawl between both...
Stephen Curry is a tough little guy. He got swatted to the court like a fly, got up, got popped in the head, and got up again. All this came a the hands of Roy Hibbert of the Indiana Pacers. Hibbert got into a shoving match with David Lee, but both teams quickly got involved. As you can see, Curry wanted a piece of the action, but Roy Hibbert wanted nothing to do with Curry...
Roy Hibbert of the Indiana Pacers was ejected from the game against the Golden State Warriors after a fight broke out between the two teams.
The Golden State Warriors and Indiana Pacers got tangled up in a minor pillow fight Tuesday night, leading to an ejection and one-game suspension for instigator Roy Hibbert (co-instigator David Lee also received a one-game suspension). During the skirmish, tiny Steph Curry got tossed like a rag doll by Hibbert, who clocks in about a foot taller than the 6’2″ Curry.
David Lee and Roy Hibbert made like rams testing their maleness last night during the Pacers / Warriors 'brawl.' And then Steph Curry made like Jeff Van Gundy.
But at least no one got smacked...
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Ah. Here we have a good ole shoving match between two up and coming NBA teams in the Indiana Pacers and the Golden State Warriors. Two teams who have title hopes with playoff realities. It started with David Lee's late push of Roy Hibbert who didn't like the contact and pushed right back resulting in David Lee giving Hibbert a shoulder push.
Then it got out of hand...
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