Give and go: Phoenix Suns forward Grant Hill

By Paul Coro, The Arizona Republic

Each week, The Republic spotlights a member of the Suns for a series of off-court questions.

Question: Did your father (former NFL running back Calvin Hill) want you to play football?

Q&A with Grant Hill of Phoenix Suns

For a stretch of about six seasons, it seemed as if injuries would put an early end to Grant Hill's basketball career. Now, Hill is 37 years old and coming off the only season in his career in which he played in all 82 games.

Local Icon - Grant Hill featured on 101 North Magazine

From the moment the Phoenix Suns announced that NBA player Grant Hill would be coming to the Valley, endless talk ensued. Some Orlando Magic fans felt that after seven tumultuous seasons with their team, the 6-foot-8 Hill owed them a championship.

Suns' Hill Uninterested in Style Points

Grant Hill, the injury-plagued star who has joined the Suns in their bid for an NBA championship, tells AOL's Dave Hollander that the focus should be on winning the right way even in this "highlight generation."

DAVE HOLLANDER: What does Steve Nash mean to your game?

Flight of the Phoenix: Interview with Grant Hill

Many athletes are not afforded a second chance and ultimately languish among the has beens and what ifs. Grant Hill has become the soul model for athletes that haven’t the courage to fight and find their true sense of career satisfaction in the midst of adversity.

OT Talks To...Grant Hill

Time off from the game to recover from four ankle surgeries has given the Orlando Magic star plenty of time to contemplate life after basketball. We get the lowdown on his touring art collection, his latest business ventures, his family and his future plans.

By Stacy H. Small