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Roy Hibbert's BIG problem




Over the past few seasons, Roy Hibbert has become a very profeccient center in the NBA. He has used his 7'2" height and arsenal of low post moves to "dominate" (by today's center standards) other big men. Recently tho, a picture captured the attention of the world..... a horrifying picture......

Roy obviously gained some weight in this pic. His mussels r rippling and glissenty............ Look at professional boxer Manny Pakiow standing next to him. His head is as big as Roy's bicep! In most cases, this additional mussel would be great, but in the modern nba, it could become a problem! There are very few true centers in the nba; stretch big men like chris bosh and shaquille oneal have dominated the game. They sacrifice mussel for a beautiful rainbow jumping shot from all way downtown. When roy got them in the post last year, he dominated... With his additional mussel, he might dominate 2 much and knock players over. This leads to fouls. In the nba you get 6 fouls and u r then out of the game. Do the math. roy has got to get his act 2gether and slim down. mayb the extra weight would work in 1956, but not now. Roy needs to develop his 3 point shot. If this weight trend continues we could have a major problem on our hands! Thanks.

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