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Video: Paul Coro discusses Grant Hill's future in Phoenix, to keep or trade Steve Nash, and what the Suns' home schedule looks like.
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Grant Hill reportedly is leaning toward ending his free agency to leave the Suns for the Knicks.
The Knicks were on the verge Thursday of landing Suns free agent Grant Hill, two NBA sources told the New York Post, but an NBA executive said the team's hopes of landing Chris Paul were "dead."
The Knicks removed themselves from the five-team race for the Hornets star, who could be dealt in the next 48 hours.
The Clippers, Warriors, Lakers, Celtics and Rockets are...
With NBA free agents just days away from being able to sign with teams, Grant Hill has narrowed his list to just four teams. They include the New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Clippers and his prior team the Phoenix Suns. The Suns have a distinct advantage over all but the others also have things he likes.
Grant Hill has his free agent Final Four, according to sources...
The Knicks are on the verge of landing Grant Hill, according to two NBA sources.
Hill, the Suns free agent, deliberated for the past few days between making the jump to New York or staying with the Phoenix Suns, which are in rebuilding mode.
Hill is close to accepting the big challenge of the Big Apple.
“It’s not [...]
The San Antonio Spurs have been working the phones in their small forward hunt now that the NBA lockout is all but over.
From Caron Butler, Josh Howard to Vince Carter, there is no doubt the Spurs are actively looking to improve the the small forward position as the new season is fast approaching. It also makes it likely the days of Richard Jefferson in San Antonio might be over...
The nightmare is starting all over again.
Shoe-horning a 66-game NBA schedule into a four-month hole brings back gruesome and bitter memories of 1999. I was there in '99 and remember the devastation, the futility, the cries for mercy.
But I was a beat writer covering the Los Angeles Clippers, and most of the aforementioned emotions were emanating from press row.
Ranger Nation is very happy to show our readers the beginning stages and exclusive photos of New York Rangers goalie Marty Biron’s helmet for the NHL Winter Classic on January 2nd in Philadelphia. Biron’s helmet is being done by our good friend and artist Steve Nash and the wonderful people at Eye Candy Air. Picture [...]
The Suns have been on a seven-year search for Steve Nash's backup. Sebastian Telfair has gone on a seven-year odyssey to find an NBA home. Now they might have found each other.
The Suns dealt for Aaron Brooks at last season’s trade deadline, in hopes that he might be a long-term solution at point guard for the team — both as a backup to Steve Nash, and possibly as his someday-replacement. Brooks was to be a restricted free agent this season, and while it’s unclear whether or…