Former NBA star Grant Hill
Former NBA star Grant Hill retired from the NBA after 19 years in the league but could he be making his return to the NBA?
As reported by NBC Sports, the Atlanta Hawks team is up for sale. Grant Hill who played for the Phoenix Suns and the Toronto Raptors general manager Bryan Colangelo have shown interest in buying the team.
Chris Vivlamore of the...
The Atlanta Hawks' ownership search is moving very slowly, according to a source.
The NBA removed Bruce Levenson as owner and he is now selling the Hawks.
Grant Hill could be a candidate to buy the team. He was interested in buying the Los Angeles Clippers last season.
December 29, 2014
Talk about excellent timing -- “Personal with Bill Rhoden" debuts on EPIX next week. Grant and Calvin Hill will discuss racial relations, the LGBT community, and more of the challenges faced by pro athletes today.New York, NY (June 2, 2014) – EPIX, the premium entertainment network, announced today that the premiere of a new 30-minute special series, “Personal with Bill Rhoden...
The list keeps getting longer for potential owners of the Los Angeles Clippers, and now it includes two very recent NBA stars.
According to a report from ESPN.com, both Grant Hill and Yao Ming are interested in forming separate ownership groups to purchase the team.
Hill and Yao join Justin Bieber, Magic Johnson, Rihanna, Oprah, Floyd Mayweather and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer...
Before the Orlando Magic upset the Portland Trail Blazers Tuesday night, 95-85, the Magic organization paid tribute to Grant Hill with a lavish art piece. During his years with the Magic, Hill averaged 16.4 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 3.1 assists per game while making two NBA All-Star appearances. The post Orlando Magic Pay Tribute to Grant Hill with Art Portrait (Picture) appeared...
A recurring theme among many of the people honored by the Orlando Magic during the franchise's 25th anniversary is what might have happened if the team that reached the NBA Finals in 1995 stayed intact for several seasons thereafter.
Then there's the subject of what might have been after that with Grant Hill.
Hill, who will be recognized Tuesday night by the Magic following the first...
File this under surprise. Grant Hill is going to remain retired.
“Oh, yeah, I have gotten a few calls here and there about coming back,” Hill told Sean Deveney of the Sporting News. “I won’t say who. But I, without a doubt, have no desire to come back and play. I remember someone telling me, play until the wheels have fallen off. The wheels are off.
“I appreciate my role...