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By Josh Greene,Suns.com
Posted: April 26, 2010
Following Grant Hill’s 10-of-11 shooting from the floor in Game 2, an appreciative Head Coach Alvin Gentry called out the starting small forward in his postgame locker room speech.
There was only one problem, though. The 15-year veteran was still out on the floor.
Between stopping to address the media on his way back to the locker room, checking in on his family and sharing high-fives with raucous Suns fans, Hill’s Game 2 postgame routine was sort of reminisicent of many others this season, win or lose, good game vs. bad for the 15-year NBA veteran. It also helped sum up why the forward was named the 2009-10 NBA Sportsmanship Award winner prior to Monday’s Game 5.
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In the battle of age versus exhaustion, the old men had the edge on Thursday night in Phoenix, as the Suns pulled ahead in the second half to beat the Timberwolves, 104-95.
It was one of those results you could see coming for weeks, and that almost made it worse. It was the final game of a back-to-back-to-back for the Timberwolves and the Suns' first game since before the All...
By Jerry Browneastvalleytribune.com,
Dec. 3, 2007
NEW YORK - The Suns were expecting Grant Hill to be a valuable piece when they signed him a two-year deal at just more than the league minimum salary over the summer. But the bargain is getting bigger all the time.
In his best game with Phoenix, Hill scored a season-high 28 points Sunday, including the first nine of the fourth...
PHOENIX (AP) -- Grant Hill scored 15 of his season-high 20 points in the second half and the Phoenix Suns pulled away to beat the weary Minnesota Timberwolves 104-95 on Thursday night.
Six players reached double figures for the Suns in their first game since the All-Star break. Steve Nash had 13 points and matched his season high with 17 assists. Marcin Gortat scored 17 for Phoenix...
Posted:: June 8, 2010
PHOENIX – Phoenix Suns forward Grant Hill has exercised the one-year player option on his contract and will return to Phoenix for the 2010-11 season, the club announced today.
“We’re thrilled that Grant has decided to exercise his option and return to the Suns next season,” said Suns President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Steve...
By Brad G. Faye, Suns.com
Posted: July 11, 2007
While to professional sports organizations it has always been the name on the jersey which matters most, for many professional athletes, the number has at times appeared to be just as important.
Since his days playing at Duke University, new Suns forward Grant Hill has always worn the No. 33. It wasn’t necessarily his first choice...
By Stefan Swiat, Suns.com
Posted: March 9, 2010
The problem with consistency is that sometimes it’s taken for granted.
One becomes so accustomed to it, that it becomes expected. Therein exists the rub with Grant Hill.
Unassuming and matter-of-fact, Hill virtually has gone unnoticed during this recent hot streak by the Suns. The Suns co-captain has helped propel Phoenix to...
By Josh Greene, Suns.com
Posted: Oct. 29, 2010
They say the third time is the proverbial charm.
For Grant Hill, it would be the third game of the season.
The veteran forward racked up a team-high 21 points in Friday’s home-opening 114-106 loss to the Lakers at US Airways Center.
Going a game-high-tying 10-of-17 from the field in 34 minutes, it was Hill’s first...
By Jerry Brown
East Valley Tribune
July 5, 2007
The Suns had their turn at selling free agent forward Grant Hill on Phoenix on Tuesday. Now comes the waiting.
Suns general manager Steve Kerr talked with Hill and his agent, Lon Babby, by telephone. Kerr was home in San Diego, while Hill was with his wife in Orlando, Fla. — where the couple is expecting a baby soon. Hill is...
Stefan Swiat, Suns.com
Posted: Sept. 21, 2010
With 16 NBA seasons under his belt, Suns captain Grant Hill has been the model of consistency since arriving in the Valley in 2007.
“I think the big thing with Grant, once you’re here with him, is that you realize how good he is,” Suns assistant coach Bill Cartwright said. “To me, he’s like Scottie Pippen...
Christy Winters Scott is widely known as a legend in the women’s basketball community. In November of 2006, Winters Scott was inducted into the University of Maryland’s Athletic Hall of Fame, and in May of 2006, she was inducted into the first class of the South Lakes High School Hall of Fame along with the Phoenix Suns’ Grant Hill. During his induction speech, Hill said...
By Stefan Swiat, Suns.com
Posted: Nov. 2, 2007
As the Suns made their home debut Friday, new additions Grant Hill, Brian Skinner, Alando Tucker, and D.J. Strawberry were officially unveiled to the public.
One addition that might not have been as noticeable was the modernization of the Suns’ theme song. Originally conceived in 1991 by composer Daniel Lessner, the Suns’ theme...
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In April, Grant Hill was named the winner of the 2011 Dan Majerle Hustle Award.(NBAE Photos)
Posted: Jan. 16, 2009
PHOENIX – Phoenix Suns Charities invites Valley residents to rub elbows with Phoenix Suns players and coaches at the annual Suns & Stars gala on Friday, March 20 at the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa in Phoenix. The presenting sponsor of the event is Toyota.
Guests will also enjoy entertainment, dinner, a silent auction and much more. The evening will...
By Josh Greene, Suns.com
Posted: July 20, 2010
On Tuesday, the Suns officially introduced their new president of Basketball Operations. Of course, to many within the organization, he’s been a familiar face for some time.
Lon Babby’s resume includes experience in professional sports and contract negotiations and being a player agent, meaning the 59-year-old New Yorker...
Posted: July 21, 2010
Vancouver, B.C. – Canucks Sports & Entertainment and Rogers Arena announced today that Vancouver will host an NBA Pre-Season game between the Phoenix Suns and the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday, October 6th.
The Phoenix Suns pre-season home game at Rogers Arena will feature Victoria, BC, native Steve Nash along with a roster that includes Grant Hill...