While You Were Working: Roy Hibbert Set The Tone For Game 2

Roy Hibbert doesn't like the way Shane Battier played during Game 1, accusing him of cheap shots and getting his knees and elbows involved too often. Battier was also involved in a couple of confrontations with other players during the game. It's classic Battier. While he might tone it down a bit, don't expect him to change his antagonistic ways defensively. This is the playoffs.


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