Center Roy Hibbert got some blood on his white jersey while the Pacers took on the Blazers.  When he noticed the blood, he made a clever effort to remain on the court (part of NBA rules when bleeding occurs, find out more after the jump).  Not only did he hike his shorts up super high (looking CRAZY), but the look on his face was priceless.  Check it out…


The Guidelines for Infection Control in the Official Rules of the National Basketball Association read, in part, as follows:

If a player suffers a laceration or a wound where bleeding occurs or if blood is visible on a player or his uniform, the officials shall suspend the game at the earliest appropriate time and allow a maximum of 30 seconds for treatment. After that time, the head coach shall be informed that he has the option to substitute for the player, call a regular timeout or a 20-second timeout.


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