PHOTO: Roy Hibbert Struggles To Keep It Together

Against all odds, the Orlando Magic made a furious comeback from 17 points down to send Game 4 of their 2012 NBA Playoffs series against the Indiana Pacers into overtime. At that point, the Pacers took a six-point lead and looked to be in complete control, only to see Orlando fight back to tie the game again.

The play that got it tied was Magic point guard Jameer Nelson driving to the basket and converting a three-point play on a layup. He was fouled by Roy Hibbert, and it was Hibbert's sixth foul of the game, disqualifying him.

As you can see here, Hibbert didn't take the disqualification well.

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That's the face of a guy who knows he made a big mistake.

For more on tonight's NBA action, stick with this StoryStream. For a fan's perspective on the Pacers and Magic, check out Indy Cornrows and Orlando Pinstriped Post. For complete coverage of the 2012 NBA Playoffs, stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated NBA hub.

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