Roy Hibbert leads Indiana Pacers to old-school beatdown of Miami Heat


“I had a roller coaster first three years in terms of my career,” Hibbert told the Indianapolis Star. “(Duncan) doesn't get too high, doesn't get too low. I model my game after him. He's somebody who looks out for me.” Pacers coach Frank Vogel

Contributor Network – Thu, May 17, 2012 10:54 AM EDT A couple of years ago, many Indiana Pacers fans were just about ready to give up on team president Larry Bird and his long-range plan. After Reggie Miller retired in the spring of 2005,

AP Indiana Pacers' Danny Granger (33) is defended by Miami Heat's Shane Battier, left, and Dexter Pittman (45) during the first half of Game 3 of their NBA basketball Eastern Conference semifinal playoff series, Thursday, May 17, 2012, in Indianapolis.

By Ryan Feldman Michael Hickey/US Presswire The Pacers starting five has given LeBron James and the Heat fits in the first three games. The longer the Indiana Pacers can keep their starting five on the court, the better chance they have to eliminate

By Ryan Feldman Michael Hickey/US Presswire The Pacers starting five has given LeBron James and the Heat fits in the first three games. The longer the Indiana Pacers can keep their starting five on the court, the better chance they have to eliminate

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