The more I hear people talk about Roy Hibbert, the more frustrated I get. At the beginning of the season, some people actually thought he was the best center in the league. Many NBA analysts choose him for Defenisve Player of the Year. Here's the truth:
-He can't score, even against much smaller frontcourts such as the Hawks
-He can't (or doesn't try to) rebound, averaging just 6 per game despite starting nearly every game for Indiana
-His defense anywhere outside of the paint is horrendous
-He is a foul machine, averaging nearly 4 per game
His only perk is that he's tall and can block shots. To hold him in higher regard than players like Joakim Noah, DeMarcus Cousins and Al Jefferson is a huge mistake.