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The Phoenix Suns claim that Grant Hill is their top free agent priority, but according to Newsday, they’ll have to fight off the Knicks’ advances: “On the first day the NBA permitted team executives to contact agents about players, the Knicks prepared to reach out to several free agents, including one who turned them down two years ago. Although Caron Butler and Shawne Williams were discussed Wednesday, a person with knowledge of the situation said the Knicks are also interested in Grant Hill. Hill strongly considered an offer by the Knicks in 2009 but decided to stay with the Suns. The Lakers reportedly also have Hill on the radar. Though 39, Hill showed no signs of slowing down last season as a reliable role player and defensive specialist with the Suns. He made $3.2 million and started 80 games, averaging 13.2 points and 30.1 minutes. Although the free-agent moratorium ended Wednesday, agreements of any kind are prohibited until Dec. 9, when training camps are to open. Suns pres...
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Like the faithful in Punxsutawney, about a dozen committed media members waited for Grant Hill to emerge from the Phoenix Suns' training room.
After almost 4 12 hours, the 39-year-old small forward -- standing in the shadow of microphones and digital recorders -- indicated that Suns fans may have another week of speculation regarding his next NBA contract. An unrestricted free...
Suns President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby was an agent. He was Grant Hill's agent. But Wednesday, his Suns were the ones sending out a message to Hill's current agent about how badly Phoenix wants to re-sign him.
Phoenix Suns forward Grant Hill worked out Friday at US Airways Center and declared there are ''good chances'' of his return to Phoenix.
Steve Nash says it's ''very, very important'' to him that the Phoenix Suns re-sign his good friend Grant Hill.
''I think he's very important to the team and the community,'' Nash said. ''I'm not sure where it stands right now, but I believe the organization recognizes his value to the team and the club, and it's a big issue...
More than most NBA executives, Suns President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby knows the importance of the impression that this morning’s calls to agents gave.
Babby was an agent. He was Grant Hill’s agent. But Wednesday, his Suns were the ones sending out a message to Hill’s current agent about how badly Phoenix wants to re-sign [...]
39-year old Grant Hill is a coveted free agent, and should he leave Phoenix, that would make Steve Nash a very sad panda. From the Arizona Republic: “Unlike most people, Nash believes the Suns are a playoff team after missing the postseason last season at 40-42. Their roster and rotation likely will look largely the same as the front office keeps salary space in tact to pursue...
Steve Nash says that it's 'very, very important' to him that the Phoenix Suns re-sign his good friend Grant Hill.
The Suns have already made it clear that bringing back Grant Hill this season, who is currently an unrestricted free agent, is a “first order of business and a top priority.” In case you may have thought they weren’t putting enough pressure on themselves to retain Hill’s services, Steve Nash — who you may have…
Steve Nash says that it's "very, very important" to him that the Phoenix Suns re-sign his good friend Grant Hill.