Roy Hibbert Reached Out To Tim Duncan For Advice

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Roy Hibbert and Tim Duncan

Roy Hibbert Reached Out To Tim Duncan For Advice

The San Antonio Spurs put on an offensive clinic in the NBA Finals this past June. As the trend goes, teams are now looking to mimic the champion Spurs’ formula, which is generalized as ball/player movement, unselfish, high-IQ basketball, spacing, shooting, and discipline.

Pacers center Roy Hibbert reached out to Tim Duncan for some insight on the formula, per Candace Buckner of the Indy Star:

The Pacers aren’t particularly primed for a breakout season with Paul George out and Lance Stephenson off to Charlotte. Hibbert should have enough personal goals to pursue in hopes of a redeeming individual season, and it will be hard enough for Indiana to realistically liken the Spurs’ model of effectiveness and efficiency now without their two most talented players.

But even with them, that would be a tall order.

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Martin is the Founder, Chief Editor, and Head Skills Development Trainer for Basketball Society. He has work experience in digital media and marketing, radio, and journalism. Currently, he does freelance work as a videographer and content creator. He has been featured as a writer on sites such as Def Pen, TV Film News, All Hip-Hop, and more. Martin played high school basketball at South Brunswick High School (NJ) where he graduated in 2007. He is a 1,000-point scorer at SBHS and an All-Middlesex County performer as a 3-year varsity starter. He helped lead SBHS to their first-ever Central Jersey Group 4 sectional state championship in 2007. Martin played college basketball at Eastern University, where he graduated (BA, Communications) in 2012. Martin was a four-year starter and a 1,000-point scorer at EU. Follow Martin on Twitter @Marsoaries and on Instagram @martin_soaries

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