Richard Hamilton, or as you might know him, Rip Hamilton has formally announced his retirement from the NBA after 14 seasons of playing for the Detroit Pistons, Chicago Bulls, and Washington Wizards. He was taken seventh overall in 1999 by the Wizards, but only lasted two seasons with them before his long stint with the Pistons that resulted in his one NBA Championship win in 2004...
Richard Hamilton has retired from basketball.
The former UConn and Detroit Pistons guard announced his decision Thursday during an appearance on ESPN's ''His & Hers'' show. He hadn't played in the NBA since 2012-13, when he ended an injury-plagued, two-year stint with Chicago.
He was a three-time All-Star and spent 14 years in the league, averaging 17.1 points, and helped the...
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February 27, 2015
According to Basketball Reference, Richard “Rip” Hamilton collected more than $109 million during his long NBA career, but he says that he may have put it off for a year if he made some money while playing in college. Hamilton, who left UConn after his junior season, is attending the “Sportscaster U” program at Syracuse University this week, and...
If you didn’t know Drake was a Kentucky fan, you probably found out Saturday night. The rap star, who was seen with Johnny Manziel at the Wildcats’ Final Four game against Wisconsin, is back at AT&T Stadium tonight to watch Kentucky take on Connecticut.
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Rip Hamilton has been eviscerating Nate Robinson on Instagram with photoshopped images and it's hilarious.
Rip Hamilton and Nate Robinson have plenty of time on their hands now that neither one is playing, so the two spent some time Sunday trading funny yet offensive and insulting pictures of each other over Instagram. It all started when Robinson, who is recovering from surgery to repair a torn ACL, posted this photo […]
Joakim Noah and Rip Hamilton apparently bet on UConn and Florida's Final Four game, because after the Huskies' victory Hamilton clowned on his teammate.