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|Hill decides to retire |
|(6/3/13) USA Today reports that Grant Hill has decided to retire. The 18-year veteran and seven-time All-Star, who played for the Clippers this past season, announced his retirement Saturday on TNT moments before the start of Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Heat and Pacers. Hill, 40, hinted at retirement this season but didn't come to his decision until earlier in the week. "The last four or five years I would take about a month (after the season to decide to continue) and within a month, if I still wanted to do it, I would. Putting it simply, after a month, I just realized I didn't want to play anymore," Hill said. "There's a lot of reasons for that, but you know when you know. It just felt right. I'm excited and looking forward to moving on and doing other things. I worked hard. I put a lot into it, and I enjoyed every minute of it. But now is the time to move on. I feel great physically. It's important to go out feeling good, particularly considering all the setbacks I had health-wise throughout my career."
|Hill might retire |
|(4/4/13) The Arizona Republic reports that Clippers forward Grant Hill, who has 27 appearances, a 3.2 scoring average and a career-low 38 percent shooting, could retire after this season. He is 40 years old. Strong chance, Hill said. Im leaning toward it. I want to get to the end of the year and offseason and think about it but Im pretty confident thats where my mind is right now. Ive enjoyed it. ... Ive really just focused on enjoying the last year, if this is the last year, and not focusing on the future. Well get to the end and once the ends over, Ill start worrying about what Im going to do from there.
|Age finally caught up to Grant Hill last season, as he missed his most games since 2006-07. Hill was still productive in his usual way, filling up the stat sheet with 10.2 points, 3.5 rebound and 2.2 assists per game. At 40, he heads to Los Angeles to serve as a backup small forward for the Clippers, where he will almost certainly see a reduction in minutes. For the first time in his 18-year NBA career, Hill will likely struggle to average double figures in scoring. At this point, he has low-end value in only the deepest of Fantasy formats, so don't plan on targeting him on Draft Day. (Updated 10/14/12) |
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