Roy Hibbert said he's losing weight this summer to adapt to the current small-ball tendencies in the NBA.
The trade sending Roy Hibbert to the Lakers for a future second-rounder and cash is expected to be completed on Thursday.
Roy Hibbert will be traded to the Lakers.
The Lakers are discussing a trade to acquire Roy Hibbert, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.
The Pacers are discussing a sign-and-trade with the Clippers and Mavericks that would involve Roy Hibbert, DeAndre Jordan and Monta Ellis.
Pacers head coach Frank Vogel said that Roy Hibbert is a "consummate pro" and that he will do whatever they ask of him next season.
If the Mavericks miss out on unrestricted free agent DeAndre Jordan, they will reportedly try and do a sign-and-trade deal involving Roy Hibbert and Monta Ellis.
The Mavericks will reportedly consider a trade for Roy Hibbert if they miss out on DeAndre Jordan, according to Tim McMahon of ESPN.
Roy Hibbert will pick up his $15.5 million player option for the 2015-16 season, but the Pacers "will try to trade him" this summer.
The Pacers are shopping Roy Hibbert "hard," according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.
According to sources close to Roy Hibbert, it's still unclear whether or not he will exercise his player option for next season.
Roy Hibbert still hasn't decided whether or not he will opt in to the final year of his contract, but the expectation is that he will be back in Indiana next season.
Roy Hibbert is learning jiu-jitsu this offseason.
Roy Hibbert plans to spend his summer working out in Los Angeles.