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Indy Cornrows Apr 22, 2015

So...Roy Hibbert is not joining Robert Mathis for charity softball game this year

Over the past few years, Roy Hibbert and Robert Mathis have teamed up to host a charity softball game, but Hibbert is missing from the announcement Mathis made for the game in June. Instead Paul George and George Hill join the host list. When Robert Mathis shows up courtside at Pacers games, he's usually sporting a No. 55 jersey, supporting his friend Roy Hibbert. For his part, Hibbert sports the No. 98 jersey at Lucas Oil Stadium when watching the Colts. The bond the pair share has developed over the past few years as they've teamed up for a softball challenge to support the Indiana...
Indy Cornrows Apr 21, 2015

Fact-checking claims about Roy Hibbert's season

Did Roy play well this season? Can he still blame Lance for stealing his rebounds? Should it be assumed that he will take his player option? Separating the facts about Roy Hibbert's season from the fiction. Larry Bird, Indiana's President of Basketball Operations, was uncompromisingly forthright when expressing his negative opinion of Roy Hibbert's play this season to the assembled media at the Pacers' end-of-season press conference last Friday afternoon. From underscoring the 7-footer's decreased productivity to laying out plans to reduce the lumbering center's role, Bird's pointed...
CSN Washington Apr 18, 2015

Pacers changing course whether Hibbert stays or not

Roy Hibbert can opt-in to the final year of a contract that will pay him over $15 million next season. If he does, expect a rather awkward campaign with Indiana Pacers.
CelticsBlog Apr 1, 2015

Boston Celtics beat Indiana Pacers 100-87 to continue playoff push

Olynyk, Zeller, and strong defense carried the Celtics to a big win over Indiana. The early part of this game was defined by the battle between Roy Hibbert and Tyler Zeller. The Pacers gave Hibbert plenty of opportunities to bully Tyler Zeller in the post in the first few minutes. But, Zeller held his own and forced Hibbert into 0/4 shooting in the first. On the other end, Zeller started out great. He used his relative quickness to drive past Hibbert a few times. He nearly outscored the entire Pacers team during his minutes and finished the quarter with 11 points. In a surprising move,...
Indy Cornrows Mar 31, 2015

Pacers final score: Nets close out Pacers 111-106

George Hill had 28, but Indiana struggled late, falling in Brooklyn and dropping 1 1/2 games out of the playoff race. The Indiana Pacers dug a deep hole in the first quarter, but managed to climb out of it, setting a trend in the process by struggling to close out quarters. Their failure to close the second and third quarters gave the Brooklyn Nets a nine point advantage, helping them in the end to grab the late win over the Pacers. Indiana held the ball twice in the final two minutes down five, but missed a pair of threes, including a bail out attempt by Roy Hibbert that unsurprisingly...

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