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Grant Hill retires from NBA

Grant Hill announced his retirement from the NBA after 19 seasons in the league. Hill was a 7-time All-Star during his injury-filled career.

Grant Hill Announces Retirement From NBA Before Game 6 of Eastern Conference Finals

After 18 years in the NBA, Grant Hill is retiring. The seven-time All-Star was debilitated by injuries for the majority of his career, but has been one of the most versatile and recognizable players in basketball for more than two decades. Hill, who most recently played with the Los Angeles Clippers, announced his retirement Saturday night on TNT, just moments before the start of...

Grant Hill retires from the NBA

After 19 NBA seasons, Grant Hill has decided to retire Grant Hill who at one point was supposed to be the next coming of Michael Jordan, has decided to hang it up after 19 seasons in the NBA. Hill as a bench player for the Los Angeles Clippers didn’t see much time this season. At age 40, Hill was at the end of the line and hinted at retiring this summer several times. Grant Hill...

Grant Hill Announces Retirement

Grant Hill announced on NBA on TNT this evening that, after 18 seasons in the NBA, he’s going to retire from the league. The Duke University legend came into the league in 1994 with the Detroit Pistons. He spent 6 years in Detroit before doing stints in Orlando and Phoenix. His last season with the Clippers was marred by injuries. When Hill came into the league, after winning 2...
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Ray Allen wants to go back to Boston?

A rumor circulating on the web states that the Miami sharpshooter wants to go back to Boston, but is there actually any truth to this?

Grant Hill to retire after 19 seasons

The Los Angeles Clippers have announced that Grant Hill has decided to walk away from the game of basketball after 19 seasons in the NBA. Hill’s tenure in the NBA included being co-Rookie of the Year, a 7-time NBA All-Star, 1 NBA All-First team selection, 3-time NBA Sportsmanship Award winner, and a gold medal winner at the ’96 Olympics. His accomplishments before the NBA are...

Grant Hill Retires From NBA

Grant Hill has announced his retirement from the NBA. Hill most recently was with the Los Angeles Clippers. Hill was a seven-time NBA All-Star and was named to the All-NBA First Team in 1997 and the All-NBA Second Team in 1996, 1998, 1999 and 2000. He also won the NBA’s Sportsmanship Award in 2005, 2008 and 2010. Hill was the third overall selection in the 1994 NBA Draft by...

Ray Allen Not Happy in South Beach - Wants a Return to Boston?

People close to Ray Allen claiming he is thinking about opting out of his contract hoping to return to Boston for 1 year & retire a celtic. — NBA on NBC Boston (@NBAonNBCBoston) June 3, 2013 Ray Allen left a lot of hurt feelings among Celtics fans when he left a 2 year, $12 million dollar offer on the table and bolted for the rival Heat for half as much money. Ray cited several...

One-time Magic player Grant Hill retires after 19 seasons

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Seven-time All-Star Grant Hill retired from the NBA on Saturday after 19 seasons, ending a career interrupted by injuries that included an Olympic gold medal. The Los Angeles Clippers announced the news, which came as no surprise since Hill had been mulling his future after the team was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs. He had one season left on...

For Ray Allen, steady shooting comes from early workouts

MIAMI Ray Allen has displayed plenty of energy on the court this season. But hes done nothing for the energy crisis. Since his second NBA season of 1997-98, Allen has arrived at arenas about 3 hours before games. He soon heads out for a 20-minute shooting session, when he often is the only player on the court. For home games, the Miami Heat guard drives to AmericanAirlines Arena...

1995 Rookies Of The Year Jason Kidd & Grant Hill call it quits on the NBA

Multiple sources have reported in the past few days that 1995 Co-Rookies Of The Year Grant Hill and Jason Kidd are both retiring after 19 years in the NBA. Kidd will make the Hall of Fame, while Hill is unlikely to get in. Once upon a time, Hill had the much bigger future. Hill was the first heir apparent to Michael Jordan (not counting the overhyped Harold "Baby Jordan"...

Rumor: Ray Allen wants back in Boston

Ahh… so the grass isn’t greener in South Beach. Can Ray Allen really come back, after all the stories about his rifts with Rajon Rondo, Kevin Garnett and Celtics management? Would the fans welcome him back?

Yay, the Miami Heat won

Honestly, I was pulling for the Indiana Pacers but I knew the Miami Heat would win. I did not expect it to be over so soon however. Once Ray Allen hit that first three ball, I knew it was done. That is all Miami needs when they have LeBron James. They just need one reserve to get it going. Last night it was Allen. The Pacers could not hold on to the ball and they forgot what got...

Comments from the Other Side - Miami Meltdown Game 6

I love how the refs gave Indy ALL the calls - Heat 19 free throws, Pacers 18 free throws.  The refs pretty much let them play and let a lot go on both ends.  But the Heat are so used to lopsided officiating in their favor, they just can't handle when the officiating is somewhat even.   And Celtics fans have to feel some measure of vindication when they read how much Heat...

Fiddlin' and Diddlin' Celtics Daily Links - 6/3

Herald  With Wade and Bosh slumping, James must soothe egos while getting them on track Globe Celtics Green  A Few Draft Updates and Random Thoughts A Few More Names Surface from Celtics' WorkoutsRay Allen Not Happy in South Beach - Wants a Return to Boston?Lex Nihil Novi  Cowens Leads Way, as Celtics Move to 21-3 (72-73)Russell v. Chamberlain: Game 10Red's Army  Your...
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