HoopsHype Grant Hill rumors


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J.A. Adande: Grant Hill told me a while back he's "probably" done after this year. Like the way he fought vs Gasol and ZBo tonight. Gave what he had. Twitter

April 29, 2013 Updates

Grant Hill: “I’m not surprised that someone has come out. I’m very happy for Jason. I think it’s probably got to be liberating. He’s got to be able to feel free to get that out and not have to hide it for as long as he has. I think it will be interesting to see the response, if [Collins] wants to continue to play. I hope he does play, if he still wants to. It took a lot of courage and it’s very brave and I’m happy for him.” NBA.com

April 24, 2013 Updates

Grant Hill, a seven-time All-Star, gave Chris Paul's son, Little Chris, a dunking lesson. Hill stuck out his arms and pretended to be a hoop. "I want the dunk, I want you to hang on it, and I want you to run backward with your swag, all right," Hill said to Paul's son. Little Chris proceeded to jump onto Hill's arms as though he were jamming a ball, then he ran around the locker room showing off some dance moves and stutter steps. Los Angeles Times

April 23, 2013 Updates

The long-held internal hope that popular former Suns player Grant Hill, who plans on retiring, will patch up a strained relationship with Babby, his former agent, and return as GM has been resuscitated. Suns Ring of Honor member Charles Barkley has expressed hopes of being a GM and met Sarver for the first time this year, but the organization could not compete with his TNT salary. Arizona Republic

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The Orlando Magic are one of the youngest franchises in the NBA, which is a little hard to believe. They've made the NBA Finals twice, and featured some of the best and most iconic players of the past three decades: Shaquille O'Neal, Penny Hardaway, Grant Hill, Tracy McGrady, and Dwight Howard. And yet, the team is only coming up on its 25th anniversary next season. With that in mind, the Magic have unveiled a new logo to commemorate a quarter century of basketball. "This new look provides us an opportunity to reflect on where we've been and look forward to where we are headed," team CEO Alex Martins said in a press release. "Our silver season logo signifies the history we are creating each day—every game, every play, every moment really is history in the making." USA Today Sports

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