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Big men are a coveted commodity (see Dwight Howard) so it should come as no surprise that Roy Hibbert has already received a four-year, $58 million offer from the Portland Trailblazers, according to Tom Davis of The Herald Bulletin.
The former Georgetown product has quietly developed into one of the better centers in the NBA since entering the league in 2008.
Thanks in part to his 7'2", 260-pound frame, Hibbert has increased his rebounding totals every season, culminating in a career-high 8.8 per game last year.
He's not just a defensive presence either, as the 25-year-old chipped in 12.8 points in 2012, also a career high.
Whether he signs with the Trailblazers, stays with the Indiana Pacers or is scooped up by another contender, Hibbert will make a team happy with his unselfish, tough play.