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Richard Hamilton
Richard Hamilton
Position: -
Born: 02/14/78
Height: 6-7 / 2.01
Weight:192 lbs. / 87.5 kg.
In late April, Hamilton did just that. He attended a week-long tour of military bases across the world as part of a trip with the USO — furthering the NBA’s longstanding relationship with the military and its members. “We have the best league in the world,” Hamilton, a three-time All-Star who won a championship with the Detroit Pistons in 2004 and officially retired in 2015, told USA TODAY Sports. ” … When you see opportunities like this to go over there — not just me, but from Ray Allen and Caron Butler and everybody else — to go over there and support our guys, support our troops, and be a part of their daily lifestyle.
However, according to CBS Sports NBA analyst Richard Hamilton, none of that really matters, because the Cavaliers were always better than the Celtics this season. Here’s what he had to say on CBS Sports HQ: “When they made the trade for Kyrie Irving, they said to themselves ‘alright, you know what, this is going to be a four- or five-year process. We’ve got a lot of young guys on this team — Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown.’ They didn’t look at it as trying to win now. They felt their best time win a championship was probably going to be three or four years down the road.
“Even if Kyrie was on [the Celtics] I still think the Cleveland Cavaliers [were] the better team, especially when you look at how depleted [the Celtics] are … Marcus Smart, they don’t know if he’s gonna be back for the second round of the playoffs then you’ve got Gordon Hayward who’s been out all season long. So when you look at this roster I think in order for them to great and in order to beat a Cleveland or the Toronto Raptors, they need to be healthy.”
According to an arrest warrant filed Tuesday, Jackson used email to pose as Adele’s manager when he: Offered Adele concert tickets in exchange for sneakers from basketball players Carmelo Anthony, Russell Westbrook and Bismack Biyombo, among others, purportedly for an auction to benefit charities. He succeeded in getting sneakers shipped to him from NBA stars Paul George, Victor Oladipo and Richard Hamilton. Created a fake email for the manager of soccer superstar Lionel Messi, in an effort to “add a layer of verisimilitude” to his request to get sneakers from NBA stars.