Current Rank – #13 among all centers
Position C | 7′ 2″, 270 lbs | Los Angeles Lakers
Born: Dec 11, 1986 in Queens, NY (Age: 28)
Drafted 2008: 1st Rnd, 17th by TOR
Experience: 7 years
Jr. Williams – Roy Hibbert showed signs of being a superior center during his tenure with the Indiana Pacers, more notably during their Eastern Conference playoffs run , but after Paul George missed most of the 2014-15 season, Hibbert didn’t exactly pick up the slack as he averaged only 10 ppg and 7.1 rpg — numbers that didn’t exactly improve during his seven seasons with the Pacers. Now as member of the Lakers Hibbert has a chance to reinvent himself. He shoots a solid field goal percentage (.464) and has been excellent from the charity stripe over the last two seasons in the league. Hibbert could prove to be a solid role player, unfortunately, the Lakers lack talent and arguably a coach who will more than likely be axed soon enough. In my opinion Hibbert has reached his ceiling and could be the one player I’d guarantee to completely drop from the top-20 centers list of 2016.