"Roy should be good to go tomorrow night." Vogel reports that Hibbert went through full practice today and is expected to play in Phoenix.
Pro Basketball Talk "Take a little of the salt that you didn’t use as a rub on your Thanksgiving Day turkey and use it here, because it sounds like someone has an axe to grind. That said… This season Roy Hibbert is back to playing like an All-Star, like one of the game’s top centers. He was an All-Star last season..." November 28
Hibbert (sprained left ankle) is out for tonight's game. Miles (sore right calf) is questionable. Stuckey (sprained left wrist) is probable.
Indianapolis Star "A whole lot of Indiana Pacers players — and coach Frank Vogel — were together celebrating over the weekend. But it had nothing to do with basketball. It was a wedding. Pacers center Roy Hibbert married his longtime girlfriend Valerie Cooke on Saturday. The wedding to 27-year-old Cooke,..." September 24
Denver Post "About a year-and-a-half ago, the Indiana Pacers dialed the Nuggets up and proposed a center swap of JaVale McGee for Roy Hibbert. For then Nuggets general manager Masai Ujiri, it was a non-starter. Hibbert, to that point hadn’t shown much outside of not exactly living up to a big contract. And..." August 12
Pro Basketball Talk "Roy Hibbert with a skyhook? Pacers president and former Celtic Larry Bird apparently dined with his old Lakers rival, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, in the name of helping Indiana’s center. If Abdul-Jabbar helps diversifies Hibbert’s offense, that would be wonderful for the wayward Pacers big man...." July 23
ESPN.com "Larry Bird would like to see a more consistent Roy Hibbert next season and suggested Monday that the center find a Hall of Famer to work with this summer to solidify his game. Bird, at his season wrap-up news conference Monday, said the Pacers brought in Hall of Famer Bill Walton to work with..." June 03
Pro Basketball Talk "At the end of March when the Pacers were right in the thick of their second-half struggles, Roy Hibbert lashed out at his teammates following a loss to the Wizards. “Some selfish dudes in here,” Roy Hibbert muttered. “Some selfish dudes. I’m tired of talking about it. We’ve been talking about..." May 29
NBA.com "The latest Andrew Bynum experiment is over for the Indiana Pacers, its results meager, its costs still being calculated. Bynum, the 7-foot, 285-pound center signed by the Pacers Feb. 1, officially was cut loose Wednesday morning. Hampered by chronic knee problems, the one-time (2012) L.A...." May 07
USA Today "Missing in action: 7-foot-2 NBA All-Star center. Answers to the name Roy Hibbert. Vanished almost entirely towards the end of the regular season, only to reappear briefly Saturday evening, only to vanish once again late Monday. If found, please let Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel know..." May 07
SB Nation "After Roy Hibbert laid yet another egg in the Indiana Pacers' 102-96 Game 1 loss to the Washington Wizards on Monday, David West and Rasual Butler among others held a private discussion with the embattled big man, according to Scott Agness of Pacers.com. None of the players involved divulged..." May 06
CBSSports.com "Roy Hibbert didn't score a single point on Monday. It was his third scoreless outing in eight playoff games. The 7'2, 290-pound Indiana Pacers center didn't grab a rebound, either. In 18 minutes against the Washington Wizards, he collected five fouls, shot 0-for-2 from the field and the Pacers..." May 06
USA Today "One picture spoke a thousand words. Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert had just fumbled a perfect interior pass from Evan Turner right at the rim, and the TV cameras caught team President Larry Bird holding his head in his hands. What could he have been thinking at that moment in the second..." April 26
Indianapolis Star "Roy Hibbert buttoned up his shirt and fastened his slacks. His wardrobe drenched in gray, matching the mood of Sunday after the Indiana Pacers set franchise marks of embarrassment in their 107-88 loss to the Atlanta Hawks, and Hibbert finished with one of his worst games in six years as a..." April 07
CBSSports.com "As we noted on Sunday following the Indiana Pacers' loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Pacers are in a bad way right now and it's stemming mostly from an anemic offense that can't get going. This team has dropped five of their past seven games and failed to break 80 points in four of their past..." March 31
NBA tells Sun Sentinel no further action will be taken against LeBron flagrant foul on Hibbert, no fine, no suspension.
Chicago Sun-Times "Told that Bulls forward Taj Gibson said, ‘‘There’s a lot of floppers’’ on the Pacers, center Roy Hibbert relayed the message to forward David West. ‘‘That’s who said it, D-West! Taj called us floppers,’’ Hibbert said. ‘‘I haven’t taken a charge in probably four years. He’s entitled to his..." March 25
NBA.com "Roy Hibbert’s pursuit to be part of USA Basketball is in rear-view mirror. Since Hibbert spent a short time with the Jamaican National Team — his dad is from Jamaica so he has dual citizenship — he needed them to release him in order have a chance to play with Team USA. During training camp,..." January 31
Indianapolis Star "Ask Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert a question about his improving offensive touch, and he’ll only describe it as “spotty.” Last season, Hibbert would mix in decent scoring nights with disappearing acts and only truly steadied at a double-digit clip in mid-February. It appears Hibbert has..." November 17
Pro Basketball Talk "Roy Hibbert has been an All-Star. He’d probably be a U.S. Olympian if he were allowed to be. He’s one of the top players on one of the NBA’s top teams. He’s what Andre Drummond wanted to be. So how does Drummond go about rising to that stature? Well, he worked on his conditioning so he..." November 08
Indianapolis Star "The Indiana Pacers are 5-0, and a large part of that is because of Roy Hibbert’s defense. He knows it, too. After the Pacers’ 97-80 win over the Chicago Bulls, in which Hibbert had 10 rebounds and five blocks, he tweeted this: DPoY. Goodnight! “DPoY,” of course, stands for Defensive Player..." November 07
PSD Staff When ESPN released their NBA player rankings for the 2013 – 2014 season, a lot of us here at Pro Sports Daily questioned their methodology. Specifically, we questioned why they would rank Kobe Bryant #25 with players like Roy Hibbert, Chris Bosh and other questionable players ahead of him. We... October 31
Frank Vogel confirmed postgame that Roy Hibbert is fine. "He landed awkwardly, twisted his knee a little bit. … He’ll play tomorrow."
Paul George (fever) Roy Hibbert (rest) and David West (rest) out tonight vs Mavs.
Indy Cornrows "The Pacers center took advantage of his opportunity to learn from a Hall of Famer and continues to lean on his mentor. Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert has been working with Tim Duncan for a couple of years now as we've chronicled here here here and here. With an endorsement from new teammate..." October 12
USA Today "After the Indiana Pacers' preseason debut Saturday night when center Roy Hibbert looked scattered offensively and made four of 14 shots the big man still earned approval. "At 290 (pounds) I'm moving a little better than I was at 275" Hibbert said while adjusting his leather coat. He turned to..." October 08
ESPN.com "The notion of Roy Hibbert securing permission from FIBA to represent the United States in international competition is no longer seen by interested observers as an outright impossibility. Yet the consistent word in USA Basketball circles remains that Hibbert is a long shot to ultimately..." October 05
Indianapolis Star "Roy Hibbert never had a little brother or a big brother for that matter. Growing up his parents worked long hours often on weekends. He recalls lonely times a boy trapped in a man’s body. “I didn’t grow up in a great neighborhood so I stayed inside a lot” said the Queens N.Y. native and only..." September 29
NBA.com "Roy Hibbert is okay with designating 23-year-old Paul George who begins his fourth NBA season next month the leader of the team. Hibbert the second-longest tenured Pacers player behind Danny Granger tweeted the following on Monday: @Paul_George24 wants to take the lead. I'm cool with that. We..." August 26
New York Daily News "Just a little piece of advice for Carmelo Anthony. Never, ever, under any circumstances go into Roy Hibbert’s man cave!!!! Hibbert, the 7-2, 280-pound Rock of Gibraltar, who made life miserable for Anthony and the Knicks in their win in the Eastern Conference semifinals, will immortalize his..." June 09
CSN Washington "This probably isn't a coincidence, but Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert reached out to an NBA cohort after making a “no homo” remark after a Game 6 victory in the Eastern Conference finals. That player was another center, Jason Collins who finished his 12th season with the Wizards. Collins,..." June 03
Washington Post "Roy Hibbert has apologized. He has been fined. Now, can he and the Indiana Pacers finish off the Miami Heat? Hibbert will cough up $75,000 for homophobic and vulgar comments he made after the Pacers’ Game 6 victory in the Eastern Conference finals. This isn’t the first time an NBA player has been..." June 03
NBA.com "Not all speech is free. Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert found out the hard way on the eve of Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals, when the NBA fined him $75,000 for using “inappropriate and vulgar language” during postgame interviews after the Pacers’ Game 6 win over the Miami Heat..." June 02
ESPN.com "Roy Hibbert issued an apology Sunday after using a gay slur in one answer and cursing in another in reference to the media during his news conference after a Game 6 victory in the Eastern Conference finals Saturday. Hibbert ended a response to a question about his defense on LeBron James with..." June 02
Pro Basketball Talk "On the court in Game 6, Roy Hibbert did just about everything right, which is why there will be a Game 7. Off the court in his post-game interviews, Hibbert did a whole lot wrong. Hibbert both dropped a curse word — then said he didn’t care if he got fined — and followed it up later by using..." June 02
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Roy Hibbert endured a whirlwind 48 hours before Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals. He answered countless questions about Indiana coach Frank Vogel's decision to keep him on the bench in the final seconds of the Heat's series-opening win on Wednesday night. He tweeted his thoughts on..." May 26
Washington Post "With his massive size and even more massive contract, Roy Hibbert almost feels a responsibility to serve as bouncer for the Indiana Pacers. If that requires him to interrupt an interview with a throng of reporters to make sure that his locker room neighbor D.J. Augustin can get dressed, to..." May 26
ESPN.com "When the Miami Heat faced the Indiana Pacers in the playoffs last season, the series featured two suspensions, a host of flagrant fouls and plenty of blood. It appears the Eastern Conference finals between the teams already is heating up. Pacers center Roy Hibbert took to his Twitter account..." May 24
Indianapolis Star "A lot of reaction after Miami’s 103-102 overtime victory over the Pacers Wednesday night in Game One of the Eastern Conference Finals. Let’s get to it: • Adrian Wojnarowski of yahoosports! writes that Roy Hibbert says he won’t be silent in such a crucial situation again. Hibbert was on the..." May 23
Indianapolis Star "Despite the big block on Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James said he is not concerned about trying to drive or dunk on 7-2 Roy Hibbert. If fact, James acted a bit insulted he was even asked, according to a New York Daily News article. The Pacers center had 19 blocks in the six games with the Knicks...." May 22
Miami Herald "If his side wasn’t hurting so badly, Chris Bosh would have destroyed the Heat’s locker room out of frustration the night his abdominal muscle decided to give out. Emotionally, Bosh said he “went into a rage” after being injured in Game 1 against the Indiana Pacers in the 2012 Eastern..." May 22
New York Post "A little more than a month, roughly a quarter of the NBA season, had passed. Indiana center Roy Hibbert, after a summer that included signing a healthy contract extension, hovered near the bottom of the league’s field goal percentage stats. Just what you want from your 7-foot-2 two-way anchor...." May 13
New York Post "Pacers center Roy Hibbert had not spoken to the playoff media from the interview podium before. So he asked teammates whether or not he should do it. Well, whether he was a logical choice to do so was a no-brainer. “This is his best playoff game ever, probably,” Pacers coach Frank Vogel..." May 12
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers swingman Paul George knows he can play his man tight on the perimeter. He can gamble a little more for steals because his backside is protected. Center Roy Hibbert knows he doesn’t have to worry about George being lazy on defense, allowing his man to beat him off the dribble like..." May 11
Hill, George, West and Hibbert all out tonight vs 76ers. Starters: Augustin, Stephenson, Green, Hansbrough and Mahinmi.
Indianapolis Star "Roy Hibbert admits it took one of his key teammates going down to remind him that his offensive game needed to improve — and quickly. David West, the Indiana Pacers second-leading scorer, missed six games with a back injury before returning against Dallas last week. “I’ve been trying to do..." April 04
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert has never been one to publicly complain even when he had every right to stand on top of Bankers Life Fieldhouse, use the lungs in his 7-2 frame and yell, “Give me the damn ball.” That’s not Hibbert’s style. He may drop some subtle hints with his body language..." March 14
Sporting News "Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert apparently figured he got teammate Lance Stephenson into this mess, so Hibbert wanted to get him out of it. Stephenson was facing a $35,000 fine by the NBA for joining in the altercation that Hibbert started Tuesday with Golden State Warriors big man David..." March 01
Clips Nation "The Pacers are the lone NBA team the Clippers have yet to play, and until Tuesday it looked like the timing was terrible. Indiana was not too intimidating early in the season, playing .500 ball over the first six weeks. But since then they've been as good as any team in the Eastern Conference that..." February 28