|2015 Regular Season|
Hibbert is averaging 16.3 points over his last three games after scoring 7.2 per game over his previous 12.
He was considered questionable and coach Frank Vogel was optimistic his big man would be able to play, so it doesn't sound like something that will cost him much time.
Hibbert was limited to six points on 2-of-7 shooting with three rebounds in 20 minutes.
Hibbert, who had one blocked shot, continues to be disappointing in that regard for fantasy owners. His 1.8 blocked shots per game are his fewest since 2010-11.
Hibbert is averaging 16.2 points and 9.4 rebounds over his last five games - not counting Wednesday's loss at Golden State when he played five minutes.
It was hardly impressive as Hibbert had 10 points and 10 boards and failed to block a shot.
It's unclear when he'll return after missing multiple games.
While Hibbert has posted three double-doubles in five road games, Wednesday marked his first in seven at home. The Pacers are 3-4 on their own court.
The Indiana center missed all seven shots and had two points in a loss at Washington on Wednesday. He was averaging 10.0 points in his prior four games.
Hibbert blocked five shots, had nine boards and missed all seven shots. He added four assists to match his total from his first four games.