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Marcus Smart On Grant Hill: "He Was LeBron Before LeBron."

Marcus Smart has the utmost respect for Grant Hill. The small forward was one of those players labeled as 'the next Jordan' thanks to his talents on the court. Although injuries prevented him from fulfilling his potential, Hill did plenty of good things during his best days, catching the attention of plenty of fans.
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Coffee Shop Offers Coffee Grounds and Safe Ground in Grant Hill

A Grant Hill coffee shop is embracing a new role during the month of June: Messenger for inclusivity. “I don’t think that we sought out to be messengers in any particular way,” Mixed Grounds General Manager España Garcia said. “But if that’s what we’re becoming, I’m all about it." Mixed...
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Grant Hill says Mike Krzyzewski predicted 1991 National Championship

Mike Krzyzewski might have five National Championships at Duke, but there might not be a more iconic win in school history than in the 1991 Final Four when Duke defeated the UNLV team — that beat Duke in the 1990 National Championship — in the Final Four. Krzyzewski envisioned the National Championship victory before the start of the season, but not all saw it coming because of what UNLV returned. Legendary Duke forward Grant Hill said on The Field of 68 Podcast that he didn’t see Krzyzewski’s vision when the season started.
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Fire damages home in Grant Hill

Firefighters extinguished a blaze Tuesday morning that tore through a house in the Grant Hill neighborhood, authorities said. The non-injury blaze was reported shortly before 9:50 a.m. at a single-story residence on South Gregory Street, off South 33rd Street just west of Interstate 15, said San Diego Fire-Rescue spokeswoman Monica Munoz.
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Grant Hill to Succeed Jerry Colangelo as USA Basketball National Team Director

USA Basketball announced Saturday that former NBA star Grant Hill will succeed Jerry Colangelo as the managing director of the USA men's national team. The transition from Colangelo to Hill will take place following the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer. Hill said the following about the new opportunity:. "It...

Grant Hill named director of USA Men’s National Basketball Team

You could go so far as to say Grant Hill was always meant for this. Earlier this afternoon, USA Basketball announced that the Basketball Hall of Famer will be taking over for Jerry Colangelo as the National Team Director, a position Colangelo has held for 15 years. In a way,...
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Grant Hill named new managing director of USA Basketball

USA Basketball has a new voice and it is one that has deep roots with the organization. On Saturday, the USA Basketball Board of Directors appointed Grant Hill to become the next managing director. Hill will replace Jerry Colangelo after the Tokyo Olympic Games. Colangelo will retire and after several...

Grant Hill To Be New Head Of USA Basketball

Duke legend Grant Hill has a great new job: he’ll be succeeding Jerry Colangelo as USA Basketball Men’s National Team Managing Director. He has some big shoes to fill. Colangelo, who is now 81, will step down after the Tokyo Olympics and after having done a brilliant job of rebuilding America’s international basketball presence.
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Grant Hill to succeed USA hoops boss Jerry Colangelo

Hall of Famer Grant Hill will succeed Jerry Colangelo as the managing director of the U.S. men’s national team, USA Basketball’s board of directors announced Saturday. Colangelo, 81, has held the position since 2005 and is retiring after the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. Hill, 48, played 18 seasons in the NBA...
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USA Basketball names Grant Hill next managing director of men's national team

Hill will take over for Colangelo after this summer's Tokyo Olympics. Colangelo has been in control of the national team since 2005. "It's just an incredible opportunity, also an incredible challenge. I had the good fortune of participating in international play — the Pan American Games, of course the Olympic team — and I have been a fan of Team USA going back to the 1984 Olympic team when I first started to fall in love with basketball. The more I thought about it, the more intrigued, excited and the more willing I was to roll up my sleeves and move forward with this awesome responsibility."