03:18 PM ET 05.23 | On the surface -- or in other words in hindsight -- not having Hibbert on the court was an egregious mistake and makes it seem like Indiana either wanted to lose or suffered a massive brain fart. It wouldn't have been the first of the night as Paul George nearly lost the game for Indiana when he tried to pass the ball to a player sitting on the bench. There's no winning in this argument, there's only logic. What that logic suggests is if Hibbert had been on the court for the final possession of the game, he'd have been defending Chris Bosh. The way the play ended up, Bosh was nowhere near the bucket or LeBron when the play was made and 2.2 seconds is not enough time for Roy Hibbert to be effective on that play the way it turned out. Bosh was just arriving at the bucket when LeBron drove it home, meaning Hibbert would have been an after-thought.