Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert was asked Thursday if he knew how many shot attempts he averages.

"No, I don't," he said.

Care to take a guess?

"Five or six?"

The All-Star center actually takes 10.4 shots per game. Orlando's Dwight Howard, the star Hibbert backed up in the All-Star Game, attempts 13.4 per game.

The Pacers' 7-2 center brings a team-best 49.5 shooting percentage into tonight's game against Cleveland at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. It's a rematch of two nights ago, when the Pacers won 104-98 in overtime on the Cavaliers' home floor. Hibbert scored 11 points on nine shots. He also had 11 rebounds, five assists, four blocks and two steals.