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Being over seven feet tall increases your chances of becoming a professional basketball player, but that type of height can create plenty of hassles in life. Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert, who stands at 7-foot-2, gave us a prime example on Thursday. Have you ever felt claustrophobic when having to use a bathroom on an […]
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Pacers big man Roy Hibbert posted this photo to his Instagram account on Wednesday and, damn, does he look like he beefed up. The 7’2 Hibbert makes Tim Duncan look tiny by comparison (granted, not as tiny as those other little munchkins they’re posting with) and that’s no easy task.
Don’t be surprised if Roy is a force in the paint for the Pace this year.
People may wonder how tall people, such as Indiana Pacers 7-foot-2 center Roy Hibbert, fit into airplane bathrooms. The answer is, as Roy Hibbert proves with the latest round of photos on his Instagram account, not very well.
Photo via @royhibbert55 / Instagram.
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This just in: Things, spaces and stuff like that aren’t designed with the size and stature of NBA players in mind. Of course, that’s obvious, despite what Shaquille O’Neal tries to claim by wedging himself into a car that is far too small for him in the interest of making a few bucks in an […]The post NBA players are large men, have difficulty squeezing in airplane bathrooms...
Roy Hibbert, the 7-foot-2 Indiana Pacers center, looks far taller than future Hall of Famer Tim Duncan in this photo, and way more jacked too.
I have a hard time fitting into airplane restrooms as a man under 6-feet tall, now imagine you are a NBA center and trying to do so. If you had any ideas as to what it may look like you can compare them with Roy Hibbert’s latest selfie. Check out the Pacers’ 7′ 2″ snapping photos of himself in a very small airplane bathroom. Good work, Roy. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
While some NBA players are playing in competitive Pro-Am league, Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert has decided to take a different route.
Back on Monday, he decided to travel to San Antonio, Texas and worked out with Spurs big man Tim Duncan at the team’s facilities.
In the below tweet from Roy’s Twitter account, he mentions that he is working out with Tim and well, he decides...
Let’s be honest, most airplane bathrooms were probably not made for NBA centers in mind and thanks to Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert, we now have visual proof.
Check out this Instagram photo that Roy posted to his account which shows him barely fitting in one:
Sometimes, size isn’t everything…
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