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Any time something like this happens in professional sports, there’s sure to be a large reaction on the Twitterverse from fans and athletes alike. Here’s a look at some notable Twitter reactions to the injury.
The best social media reaction to Hibbert’s flop came courtesy of Gilbert Arenas, a guy who probably has no place talking about other people’s game (or lack thereof). We’ll forgive it this time because haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
After getting thrashed in Game 1 on their home court by the lowly Hawks (no offense, Hawks, but you wouldn’t even be in the playoffs if Atlanta was in Nevada), the Pacers are finally ready for the playoffs, according to “All-Star” center Roy Hibbert.
Being an NBA center isn’t very much like your job, except for the fact that you both get mass emails about “something we’ve noticed” from your superiors. Also, just like Roy Hibbert you promptly disregard them.
The Heat lost. Blame LeBron.
It’s been quite a week for athletes getting hit or otherwise injured in the crotch region. This latest salvo of loin attacks come courtesy of LaMarcus Aldridge, who had no regard for the potential human life residing in Roy Hibbert’s genitals last night.
Despite being a five-year veteran, Roy Hibbert clearly did not get the memo about the relative importance of Summer League games. He decided to shoot his trash talking wad way, way too early and waste it on a game he wasn’t not even playing in.
If Roy Hibbert wants more love from reporters, he’d best not call them “motherf$#^ers”, or deem any praise or support as being inherently “homo”. Four year at Georgetown and all I got was this lousy t-shirt. The level of ignorance is impressive here. Watch both clips after the jump.