Roy Hibbert

Roy Denzil Hibbert ( born December 11, 1986 in New York City, New York) is a Jamaican professional basketball player. He plays the position of center. He was nominated for the 2012 and 2014 NBA All- Star Game.

  • 3.1 2008/09 season
  • 3.2 Season 2009/ 10 to 2011/12 season
  • 3.3 2012/13 season

High School

Roy Hibbert attended Georgetown Preparatory School. There he was Hoya Dwayne Bryant, who later introduced him at Georgetown University, trained. He and his team reached the Interstate Athletic Conference final, where they lost, however. He also played in the Jordan Capital Classic with his later teammate Jeff Green.


Freshman 2004-2005

In his freshman season, he reached with his teammates Jeff Green, Brandon Bowman and Jonathan Wallace, a record of 17 wins and 12 defeats. Thus, they were eighth in the Big East Conference, reaching the National Invitation Tournament, where they in the quarterfinals to eventual champion, the South Carolina Gamecocks were eliminated.

Sophomore 2005-2006

The Hoyas Roy Hibbert this season reached the NCAA Tournament, arrived there but not far. It was Hibbert with an average of 6.9 rebounds per game rebound strongest players on the team and was appointed to the All- Big East Second Team.

Junior 2006-2007

The junior season was Hibbert's most successful season with the Hoyas. They were the first time since 1989 Big East champion and also won the Big East Tournament. Hibbert and Green were subsequently appointed to the All- Big East First Team. The highlight was reaching the Final Four, but where they lost to the Ohio State University.

Senior 2007-2008

Prior to the 2007-2008 season and was named to the preseason All-American Tyler Hansbrough Roy Hibbert along with the Big East 's preseason player of the year. With the Hoyas, he won in the regular season the regular season title. In the NCAA Men 's Division I Basketball Tournament, he retired with the Hoyas but from the second lap.


After Hibbert still played his senior season with the Hoyas, he was drafted in the NBA Draft 2008, 17 out of the Toronto Raptors. Hibbert but was directly related to Maceo Baston and TJ Ford traded in exchange with Nathan Jawai and Jermaine O'Neal of the Indiana Pacers.

Season 2008/ 09

In his first season with the Pacers Roy Hibbert could not reach the playoffs. He played 70 games and started 42 of them in doing so, he came to an average of 7.1 points and 3.5 rebounds and earned it U.S. $ 1.46544 million.

Season 2009/ 10 to 2011/12 season

After he had established himself as a starter in the years 2009 through 2011, Roy Hibbert delivered 2011/2012 its best-ever season for the Pacers from. During the regular season, he came to 12.8 points, 8.8 rebounds, 2 blocks and 1.7 assists per game in about 30 minutes operating time per game. He was nominated for his performances for the All -Star Game in the NBA.

2012/13 season

On November 22, 2012 at 115:107 success after extra time against the Hornets, Hibbert recorded a triple double with a career - best performance of 11 blocks (10 points, 11 rebounds ). He ended the third-longest series (774 games) an NBA team without a player manages a TD. On January 22, 2003 Jermaine O'Neal scored the last date for the Pacers.