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Grant Hill sees LeBron, Cunningham as comps

Grant Hill played 18 seasons in the NBA, all the way until the age of 40, so most may better remember the player he was at the latter stages of his career. But if you put on highlights of his younger days, before injuries slowed him down, you will be reminded he was a uniquely gifted athlete in his prime.
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Grant Hill sees Banchero, Holmgren among NBA's next stars

Back in November, Grant Hill was named managing director of the USA Basketball Men's Team, which puts him at a unique vantage point to evaluate young NBA players, particularly those from the United States. After attending the Las Vegas Summer League earlier this month, Hill saw plenty of promise for the future of basketball.
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Grant Hill on NoVa roots, wishing he played for Wizards

Long before he became a household name, Grant Hill was a kid growing up in Fairfax County, a star at South Lakes High School in Reston, VA. It all started there, before he was a legend at Duke University, a 7-time NBA All-Star and 2018 inductee of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
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Bullets Forever

Grant Hill likes Bradley Beal’s decision to stay with the Wizards

Over the last couple days, I shared our most recent SB Nation Washington Wizards Reacts survey where most of you disapprove the direction the team is headed in. In particular, you do not like Bradley Beal’s no-trade clause. TNT analyst, former NBA player and DMV native Grant Hill however,...
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Grant Hill calls Bradley Beal’s decision to stay with Wizards ‘refreshing’

Hill calls Beal's decision to stay 'refreshing' originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. Bradley Beal’s decision to re-sign with the Wizards guaranteed him lots and lots of money, and it also continued a trend for him that runs counter to the paths many other NBA stars have chosen. He is remaining with the team that drafted him, pushing his tenure in Washington into its second decade.
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The Ringer

Grant Hill and a Life in Basketball

Bakari Sellers is joined by NBA Hall of Famer Grant Hill to discuss the inspiration behind writing the book Game: An Autobiography (6:15), unpack the hate for Duke basketball (9:54), and describe what it was like competing with MJ, Kobe, and LeBron (22:12). Host: Bakari Sellers. Guest: Grant Hill. Producer:...
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Tracy McGrady On What A Big 3 Of Himself, Tim Duncan, And Grant Hill Could Have Accomplished In Orlando: "Come On Bro, You Already Know That's Championships."

NBA history is full of countless what-ifs. What if David Stern hadn't nixed Chris Paul's trade to the Lakers? What if Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant didn't break up? We can go on and on with these. One of the biggest ones which could have completely changed modern NBA history but isn't talked about nearly as much as the other two mentioned before is what if Tim Duncan, Grant Hill, and Tracy McGrady had teamed up in Orlando?
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NBA Legend Grant Hill pens new autobiography

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Grant Hill Called Shaquille O'Neal The Funniest Character He Ever Played With: "He Would Literally Come Into Practice Every Day Thinking, 'How Can I Make Everybody Laugh'."

Grant Hill had a long career in the NBA, and even though injuries robbed him of the opportunity to be one of the greatest ever, he managed a stellar career spanning nearly 2 decades. In one of his last stops in the league, Hill was a part of the Phoenix Suns, where he ended up being on the same team as Shaquille O'Neal.
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Detroit Pistons Franchise Awards: Isiah Thomas Is The Pistons' GOAT, Grant Hill Is The Rookie Of The Franchise

The Detroit Pistons are one of the oldest franchises in the history of the NBA. The Pistons have been playing in the league since the 40s and have developed some great players throughout the years. In the 80s, the Pistons were one of the most hated franchises, while in the 2000s, the team was one of the most dominant teams in the Eastern Conference. What has always been consistent for the team is that their players have always played hard and played tough defense.
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Grant Hill reflects on Magic career: ‘Those Orlando years defined me’

For Grant Hill, Orlando represents a lot. It’s where he and his wife, six-time Grammy nominee Tamia, have established their home. It’s where they’ve raised their daughters Myla and Lael. It’s also where Hill’s basketball career took a downturn. After starring at Duke, where he won two NCAA championships, and the Detroit Pistons, where he was named an All-Star five times, Hill was limited ...
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