The guy clearly has quit on this team, so do you see the Pacers trading him at the end of the season?
Trade bargs for him and their 1st rounder... Get it done Phil!!!
I don't see how, his contract is simply too large to move. I realize there are some sucke.....er...aggressive GMs out there who might make a play for him, but not only would they have to think Hibbert will rebound (pun intended), they have to have enough cap space or contracts to send back. I think Indiana believes Hibbert will bounce back, and that him bulking up to 290 was a mistake. He was slow to begin with, now he's glacial.
I bet he will bounce back in these play-offs! He just has no place on the floor against this Hawks team but he will be huge against Wizards if pacers can advance.
No. Why trade him when his value is the lowest it ever has been or ever will be?
If I'm Pritchard/Bird, I try and just start fresh with him next year and see how it goes. If it's a disaster again, then yeah...explore a trade. If it's not, well, then you have a top-5 defensive center all over again.
I like hibbert but he's becoming a liability.
Either that he is in a funk because we've seen him dominate last year in the playoffs. So his skills are there.
He looks like Olawakandi out there at times
isnt he on a max deal? he was never worth it when he got it and is maybe worth about half now
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I'm not fond of a 7'2" who fails to grab a single rebound in 15 minutes. Makes bargs rebounding look acceptable
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Larry Sanders/Roy Hibbert makes a lot of sense. Both good rim protectors, early in big deals, could use a change of scenery.
Injecting some steroid to him would be a much easier and feasible choice.
This dude is too tentative around the rim and too timid when guarding his opponent.
He's overpaid but can still get better
she says go for the championship