Found December 02, 2011 on
39-year old Grant Hill is a coveted free agent, and should he leave Phoenix, that would make Steve Nash a very sad panda. From the Arizona Republic: “Unlike most people, Nash believes the Suns are a playoff team after missing the postseason last season at 40-42. Their roster and rotation likely will look largely the same as the front office keeps salary space in tact to pursue at least one maximum-level free agent in July. ‘I definitely would love to see us improve our roster but I think it’s up to us to find that little bit of magic and collectively and individually to give ourselves a chance to win enough games to get in the playoffs,’ Nash said. ‘I would never say we’re not a playoff team. That should be the minimum of our goals and let’s see how good we can get.’ Nash made it clear that he does not want to try to get the team back to the playoffs without Hill, a four-year member of the Suns who is an unrestricted free agent but a priority for Suns brass to sign on Dec. 9. ‘I’m ...
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PHOENIX (AP) -- Steve Nash says it's "very, very important" to him that the Phoenix Suns re-sign his good friend Grant Hill.
Grant Hill is likely to re-sign with the Suns.
The Phoenix Suns claim that Grant Hill is their top free agent priority, but according to Newsday, they’ll have to fight off the Knicks’ advances: “On the first day the NBA permitted team executives to contact agents about players, the Knicks prepared to reach out to several free agents, including one who turned them down two years ago. Although Caron Butler and Shawne Williams...
Steve Nash says that it's 'very, very important' to him that the Phoenix Suns re-sign his good friend Grant Hill.
Phoenix Suns forward Grant Hill worked out Friday at US Airways Center and declared there are ''good chances'' of his return to Phoenix.
Steve Nash says that it's "very, very important" to him that the Phoenix Suns re-sign his good friend Grant Hill.
NBA players and owners don't have a lot of day-to-day contact, unless one of them sits behind the bench, so it isn't as if we're staring down the barrel of a full-on soap opera as the players return to work on December 9th. But there's bound to be some resentment from the players, right? After all, these owners signed the players to what they thought were legally...
It's no secret to San Antonio Spurs fans, really skilled point guards have given the Spurs trouble during the championship era. From Stephon Marbury, Steve Nash to the Chris Paul led New Orleans Hornets team in 2008 that pushed the Spurs to seven games in the West-Semis with CP3 averaging a gaudy 24 points and 11 assists.
Well now the West may be a step closer to having one...