07:19 AM ET 11.07 | In Andre Drummond and Roy Hibbert, there were nearly 600 pounds of human jockeying for position when the Pistons lost to the Pacers Tuesday. It was a wonderful inside battle that reminded you of the 1970s and 1980s in the NBA, when giant gladiators fought for position in the paint. There were some jabs during the game, but Hibbert saved the biggest one for after. "To tell you the truth I was a fan of his until tonight," Hibbert said Tuesday. ... "He has a tremendous future, but I was a fan of his. I thought he was supposed to have a breakout year this year. Best of luck to him. He can dunk the ball real well and he can block shots and he can rebound. He is going to have a bright future -- but I was a fan of his." Hibbert doesn't like yapping on the court. Drummond knows that and admits to trying to agitate him.