Pacers head coach Frank Vogel wasn't pleased with Roy Hibbert making negative comments to the media about teammates and the team in general. Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert has recently aired his grievances about the Pacers' struggles on multiple occasions, and head coach Frank Vogel has let it be known he won't tolerate it anymore, according to Bob Kravitz of The Indianapolis Star: "It bothers me,'' Vogel said before the Pacers' 101-94 win over the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. "Guys should never air in-house stuff to the media. I talked to the team about it today (Wednesday). "It was a weird thing. Roy said it a couple of days ago (after the Washington loss) and nobody really caught onto it until (recently). So I made sure to tell them that A) I don't believe we have 'selfish dudes' in our locker room and B) whatever you might want to say about your teammates, don't say it to the media. We have to get that stopped.'' Things started getting ugly just over two weeks ago after the Pacers lost to the New York Knicks. Hibbert had one of his few good games in a woeful March, but he was frustrated by the fact that he only took 10 shots.
Frank Vogel orders Pacers to keep complaints in house
SB Nation | Apr 6