HoopsHype Grant Hill rumors

September 24, 2013 Updates

"NBA Inside Stuff" is coming back to TV, with recently retired Grant Hill serving as a co-host. The program, consisting of highlights and features about players and teams, will debut on NBA TV on Nov. 2 and run weekly throughout the season. The original series ran from 1990-2005. Hill, who made multiple appearances as a player, says the idea of "taking what was very, very successful and redoing it years later was very exciting." USA Today Sports

September 22, 2013 Updates
August 19, 2013 Updates

I am not sure Grant (Hill) is in the Magic’s future. I do know the Suns went after him pretty aggressively and I do know that Grant has expressed some interest in a front office life after basketball. The problem is I don’t think Grant has interest in a token “for-the-fans” role, so that likely leaving him out of the equation in Orlando. HoopsWorld

August 18, 2013 Updates

Grant Hill retired from the NBA after 19 seasons in June, but even two months later, it seems he’s having a hard time separating himself from the bench — the piano bench, that is. On Saturday, Hill’s wife, Tamia, a respected R&B singer, posted this video of herself singing Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin’ Bout You” with her husband tickling the ivories alongside her. FOXSports.com

July 29, 2013 Updates
June 24, 2013 Updates

According to an involved source, it was Grant Hill who made the case for the Clippers, the team with which he spent his final season this past year. Hill, whose injuries threw a wrench in his and Rivers' hopes when the two were with the Magic, told Doc to forget his old notions about the Clippers. "He raved about how things were being run and how they were treating their players," said the source. "He talked about the new practice facility they have out there and the guys on the team, and he thought this could be a really good situation. What he said made a real difference." Boston Herald

June 20, 2013 Updates

"That's really the story of my career," McGrady said, not with regret or resignation, but with clarity. "What if. What if Grant Hill was healthy when we were in Orlando and what if the Magic would have signed Timmy as well? What if I was healthy when Yao was healthy and when we played a Game 7 against the Lakers in the second round? What-ifs. That's what you can put on my career. 'What If: Tracy McGrady's Career.'" Grantland

June 12, 2013 Updates
June 9, 2013 Updates

A week after he retired from the NBA, Grant Hill celebrated with his wife as she performed for a feverish crowd in New York City on Saturday night. Hill and New York Knicks’ Amar’e Stoudemire watched from the VIP section of the Highline Ballroom as Tamia (tah-MEE’-uh) sang R&B tunes for a few hundred people. Washington Post

June 5, 2013 Updates
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