Found June 02, 2013 on Players View:

The Los Angeles Clippers have announced that NBA legend Grant Hill is walking away from the game after 19 seasons.

In a press statement,the Clippers were retrospective in their verbiage.

“The entire Clippers organization wants to congratulate Grant on an incredible career,” Clippers Vice President of Basketball Operations Gary Sacks said.

“For 19 years, Grant has always been the embodiment of class, a true professional and not only one of the best players – but one of the finest individuals I have been around.

We were fortunate to have Grant with us last season, and we wish him all the best in his next endeavor.”

Today, fans will look back at this video and reminisce.

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