PLAYA VISTA, Calif. The first two months of the season have been aggravating for Grant Hill. But it's possible his first chance to play for the Clippers may come this week.
Wednesday night against the Dallas Mavericks at Staples Center? Maybe. Saturday night against the Orlando Magic. Could be.
Hill, who has yet to play in a regular-season game for the Clippers because of a bone bruise in his right knee, took part in a full practice session on Tuesday at the team's training facility. That amounts to major news, even though Hill still isn't sure when he'll make his debut.
"The last couple of days, to be able to actually put my jersey on and go out there and mix it up a little bit, has been fun, although I'm still working off the rust," he said. "That'll take some time."
With the Clippers owning the best record in the NBA at 27-8, there's plenty of patience all around.
"I want to see how he feels tomorrow," coach Vinny Del Negro said, noting that Hill would take part in a mornin...