The Indiana Pacers haven't been the same team since the 2014 NBA All-Star Break. After embarrassing losses to the Washington Wizards and Cleveland Cavaliers these past few days, which came after a win over the Miami Heat, Roy Hibbert sounded off on his teammates.

"Some selfish dudes in here," Roy Hibbert muttered. "Some selfish dudes. I'm tired of talking about it. We've been talking about it for a month."

The Pacers made some big moves that many considered could have hurt their chemistry when they signed Andrew Bynum, then traded Danny Granger to the Philadelphia 76ers for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen.

Since then, the team has looked more like a bottom-feeding Eastern Conference playoff-contender than the No. 1 seed that they actually are.

"We play hard, but we've got to move the ball," Hibbert added. "Is it obvious, or what? I don't know whatever our assist ratio, or whatever it is, is in the league, but it probably isn't up there. I'm really trying hard not to spaz out right now, but I don't know. We've been talking about it for a month. I'm not handling the rock. I don't know. I've made suggestions before and we do it for, like, one game, and then we revert back to what we are. I don't know. I'm not the one to answer that question. It directly affects me and the bigs. We're just out there and it makes us look bad."

Indiana has better pick it up, though. They may be the No. 1 seed still, but they are lucky the Miami Heat were slumping at the same time they were.

The Pacers are now only one game ahead of the Heat for the East's top seed.

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