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By Tammy Bruce
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Topic - Roy Hibbert
A look at the eight first-round series in the NBA playoffs:
Indiana has lost eight of the last 11 games, slipped to second place in the East and is showing signs of dysfunction which makes a first-round playoff matchup winnable.
Lance Stephenson shook his head in disbelief. All-Star starter Paul George repeatedly urged his Indiana teammates to get going, and All-Star center Roy Hibbert sat speechless on the bench during the final 30 minutes on the game.
Atlanta got Indiana at exactly the right time.
LeBron James powers toward the rim, 260 pounds of speed and strength that's nearly impossible to stop.
Marcin Gortat threw down a monster dunk over Roy Hibbert on Friday night off a pretty pick and roll pass from John Wall.
The Pacers and Heat were in no mood to talk about the playoffs Wednesday night.
Indiana took every shot Miami could muster Wednesday night.
James Harden and the Rockets were determined to make up for their most lopsided loss of the season when they got a second shot at Indiana on Friday night.
All David West wanted to do Monday night was get his team playing the right way.
As one of the NBA's elite teams, the Indiana Pacers have a target on their backs.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Pacers are making old-school basketball trendy, winning with defense, balanced scoring and strong second halves.
Paul George scored 23 points and Roy Hibbert added 13 and eight rebounds to lead the surging Indiana Pacers past the injury hampered Washington Wizards 93-73 on Friday night.
The Pacers haven't lost at home and have the best record in the NBA at 14-1, but the Wizards have been on a hot streak by winning five of their last six games.
Hibbert did everything but pull out the boxing gloves in Game 6, finishing with 24 points and 11 rebounds, and continually contesting Miami's shots to help Indiana stave off elimination with an emphatic 91-77 victory over the defending champs.
"Roy will settle down," West said when asked how Hibbert responded to the benching. "He's down on himself because he felt like he could have helped us, but coach made a decision. Coach has to make some tough decisions sometimes, and it was to get him some rest. ... Coach made the right choice."
"It's awful, we've been in a downward spiral and we've been splintering a little bit," Roy Hibbert said. "We've had plenty of players-only meetings and plenty of sit-downs as a team with coaches and we've had some upper management in here, so I don't know. Maybe we should all go to group therapy or something, sit down with Dr. (Chris) Carr and figure out some of our grievances."