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Grant Hill is the second oldest player in the NBA, but that has not stopped teams from pursing the free agent.
The Los Angeles Clippers are the latest team interested in signing Hill to be a backup small forward. Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro met with Hill on Sunday in Las Vegas to gauge his interest in playing in Los Angeles.
According to Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times, to acquire Hill the Clippers could either use the bi-annual exception, pay the veteran minimum or exercise a sign-and-trade with Hill's former team, the Suns.
The Clippers now join the Lakers and Knicks in teams pursuing the 39-year-old veteran.
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Grant Hill broke down his his list of potential teams he would like to play for next season to three, says Frank Isola on Twitter.
Hill, 39, is the second oldest player in the NBA behind Kurt thomas. His teams of choice to play for next season are the New York Knicks, Miami Heat or Los Angeles Lakers. Isola has also said via Twitter that Hill recently met with the Knicks to...
The Clippers haveapparently added another important piece to their roster for next season,reportedly agreeing with small forward Grant Hill on a deal.
Yahoo! Sports reportedthat Hill, 39, will sign a two-year contract.
The Clippers haveseveral options to acquire Hill, either through a sign-and-trade with thePhoenix Suns or by using its bi-annual exception, according to reports...
Continuing the trend of players hopping around the NBA’s Pacific Division, it looks like Phoenix Suns veteran guard Grant Hill will be signing with the Los Angeles Clippers.
The terms of the contract are still being worked out but it looks like Hill will sign a two-year deal with the Clips. Hill will be turning 40 before next season starts but he can still be a big help off the...
Veteran free agent forward Grant Hill has reportedly agreed to terms to join the Los Angeles Clippers, according to reports from Y! Sports. Terms of the agreement are still being finalized. Hill, who will be 40 in October, revived his career with the Phoenix Suns after foot injuries cost him the better portion of four of [...]
At one time, Grant Hill was the next Michael Jordan.
The acclaim started early for Grant. Hill was a McDolands High School All-American. The son of two well-educated parents, he had his pick of schools when it came time to choice a college. His mother wanted him to attend Georgetown. His father wanted Grant at North Carolina. Hill chose Duke. This would be the beginning of my early...
The Suns announced Monday that first-round pick Kendall Marshall has signed his rookie contract.
Marshall, the 13th overall pick in the NBA draft last month, had been awaiting the finalizing of his contract to take part in the Suns' summer league activities in Las Vegas. The former North Carolina star is expected to participate in the squad's final four summer games.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin will undergo arthroscopic surgery today to repair the medial meniscus tear of his left knee which he suffered during Team USA's practice in Las Vegas on Wednesday, July 11th. The surgery will be performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic.
Griffin experienced discomfort following Wednesday's practice...
LOS ANGELES- The moment that it surfaced that Clippers forward Blake Griffin injured his knee during a Team USA basketball scrimmage, most of our thoughts left how he would contribute to the Olympic team and questioned how this would impact his NBA season. Please click the link below to read this article.
Blake Griffin will undergo arthroscopic surgery on Monday to repair the medial meniscus tear of his left knee that he suffered during practice with the U.S. national team in Las Vegas.
The Los Angeles Clippers say Dr. Neal ElAttrache of the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic will perform the surgery.
Griffin returned to Los Angeles last Thursday after experiencing discomfort in the same knee that...
, American basketball player for the Phoenix Suns (at time of photo) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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If the writing were not already on the wall for Luis Scolathis offseason, the Houston Rockets confirmed it with a post-NBA Draft phonecall: His days as a Rocket were numbered.
While Scola was surprised to leave Houston via the amnesty clause instead of atrade, he soon received another surprise a pleasant one in learning he'dbeen picked up by the Phoenix Suns.
The Phoenix Suns were awarded the rights to Luis Scola on Sunday by submitting the highest bid for the free agent forward, according to multiple reports. Scola was waived by the Rockets on Friday via the amnesty provision, and several teams, including Dallas and Cleveland, submitted bids for Scola, according to NBA.com. The Suns had to submit a bid of at least $3.3 million per...
The Phoenix Suns have won the bidding for forward Luis Scola and used the amnesty clause to cut forward Josh Childress.
A fan favorite in Houston, the 6-foot-9 Scola averaged 14.5 points and 7.7 rebounds in five seasons with the Rockets. He grabbed 2,984 rebounds to rank ninth on Houston's career list.
But the Rockets used the amnesty option to waive Scola on Friday. The rugged...