|"Thanks for gettin' out of the ride tonight Big Fella!"|
Well Roy Hibbert needs to get in the ride with that dun to get as many tattoos as humanly possible because he’s Mr. Inconsistent bruh! They ought to start putting tattoos on the bottoms of his feet, inside of his ears, on his tongue and in his eye lids playboy. On Thursday night Roy led the Pacers past the dull Milwaukee Bucks 101-96 with 24 points and 12 rebounds.
However, just last Saturday he had 4 points against these same cats. He’s goes from sitting in the ride being the lookout man to all of a sudden planning and executing the robbery. He goes from looking like manure to being the manure depending on whether he takes the seat belt off or not. And that’s the edited radio version bruh!
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! I’ve been saying all year that every game played is only an audition for the Eastern Conference Finals and slaying that dragon from Miami. In order to be able drop that Philistine rockin' the black mask, Roy has to get out of the ride EVERY night. Against Milwaukee on Thursday night he played up to his potential. Now I’m not crazy enough to believe that ole boy needs to put up 24 and 12 every night because that’s just not possible.
However, he needs to let boyz know that he’s at the party even if he just has to peek his head in the door every now and then. Being 7’2” 290 lbs. requires a boy to get out of the ride and jam the bouncer up on GP every time the fellas pull up even if he doesn’t throw a punch. What does that look like? That’s a minimum of 10 points, 7 rebounds and 5 blocks just to keep cats honest.
It’s almost like being in the ghetto and firing a warning shot at the neighbor’s house. He’s been outside talking crazy all day but you finally had to let him know that you don’t have a large vocabulary and that you aren’t about to tongue wrestle any longer. That’s what Hibbert needs to do bruh. He's 7'2" for crying out loud!
I’m getting tired of him pulling up with the team and not even gettin’ out of the ride one night then kicking in the door the next night and turning the joint out. It’s like having a Scoring Bipolar Disorder bruh! It’s either all or nothing! Wheredeydodatat?
Big props to the fellas for not panicking and falling apart when they let a 17 point 1st quarter lead dissipate. They jumped out on the league’s worse team that has a dull record of 11-46, 32-15 in the first quarter only to be knotted up at 50 with these duns at the break. They were up 50-38 with 2:10 left in the half only to go in tied! I know Frank Vogel was pacing the sideline in his Hank Stram voice, “What the hell is going on out here?!!”
On some real talk, that’s a sign of a good team because they never panicked even when the Bucks went ahead 60-54 early in the third. As long as you’ve got boyz stepping up every night like both Paul George and the Don Dada, Mr. #BornReady himself with 18 apiece you’re always gonna get positive results.
This team has great chemistry and it doesn’t matter who the high point man as along as they get the “W” at the end of the day. But Roy has one more night not to get out of the ride and I’m gonna ship his butt over to Fantasy Island to hang out with Mr. Roarke! “De plane! De plane!” Because he’s consistently inconsistent and I know it's gotta be driving Pacers' fans nuts! Stop me when I start lyin’!
Holla At Ya Boy!
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