HoopsHype Richard Hamilton rumors

December 2, 2013 Updates

NBA star Richard Hamilton has relisted his Maryland waterfront mansion for sale at an asking price of $3.99 million. The basketball player first decided to part with the property, dubbed "The White House," in 2010 when he listed it for an asking price of $4.5 million. Not receiving any positive response, he removed it from the market a few months later. Now, the property is back in the market and reports have it that the sports-star has received an offer for the house for $3.75 million, which is $245,000 less than the asking price. Realty Today

October 27, 2013 Updates

One NBA general manager told FOX Sports Ohio that veteran free-agent guard Richard Hamilton has been contacted by no less than seven teams. It appears that Hamilton will wait until about the midway point of the season to sign somewhere. FOXSports Ohio

October 19, 2013 Updates

Billups is surprised that no one signed Hamilton, who was waived by the Bulls in the off-season. “I’m not sure what he’s going to do yet, but I am surprised,” Billups said this week. “I’m hoping that sometime soon somebody will pick him up. I worked out with him a lot this summer. He’s in great shape and looking like the Rip of old. He’s got his self healthy again, so I’m hoping. I know that he can really, really help somebody.” Detroit Free Press

October 17, 2013 Updates

One such option that has been floated among the Wolves front office personnel is 14-year NBA veteran and current free agent Richard Hamilton, a league source told 1500ESPN.com contributor Darren Wolfson. Hamilton, who averaged 9.8 points and started 45 games for the Chicago Bulls last season, has ties to Saunders, having played under the former coach for three years with the Detroit Pistons (2005-08). 1500 ESPN

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August 27, 2013 Updates

Richard Hamilton never recovered after Chauncey Billups was traded away. At least not while in a Detroit Pistons uniform. “When you are young you are like, ‘Aw, man, how can this happen? We are winning so much,’ ” Hamilton said of his feeling at the time. “You take it a little personal. We both kind of did.” Hamilton and Billups were back in town Monday, on the same team for the first time since Billups was sent to Denver five years ago. The old Pistons’ backcourt lent their names to a charity golf outing at Country Club of Detroit to help the Autism Alliance of Michigan: Billups and Hamilton, together again. “Feels great,” said Hamilton, who admitted it took him a while to get over the sting of losing his point guard. “We still talk all the time.” Detroit Free Press

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Lang Greene: Dont expect Richard Hamilton to retire. Once told me he planned on rocking "to wheels come off." Last 2 playoff games showed he has gas left Twitter @LangGreene

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Despite coach Tom Thibodeau's mantra that "we need everybody," Hamilton has dropped out of the rotation, with even Daequan Cook logging time ahead of him on the Bulls' depleted roster. "It's hard. I have to be honest," Hamilton told the Tribune. "The only thing I can do is be a good teammate, help my guys out. Try to talk and communicate with them as best as possible to understand time, score and situation. Just try to be as positive and give them advice from all the stuff that I know about the playoffs." Chicago Tribune

April 23, 2013 Updates
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The NBA on Saturday suspended Chicago Bulls guard Richard Hamilton one game without pay for "throwing an elbow and making contact with the face of Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan." Hamilton will miss Sunday's game against the Miami Heat. The incident occurred with 5:33 remaining in the third quarter of Toronto's 97-88 victory Friday. Referees called Hamilton for a flagrant foul two, and he was ejected. It was Chicago's second loss to Toronto in four days. USA Today Sports

April 13, 2013 Updates

The NBA announced on Saturday that Bulls guard Richard Hamilton has been suspended one game without pay for throwing an elbow and making contact with the face of Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan during Friday night's 97-88 loss. Chicago Tribune

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