Hill's late-career surge reshapes Suns' plans for rebuilding

By David Aldridge

He makes it impossible for the Phoenix Suns to move on.

Grant HIll gets in his defensive stance, and doesn't go for any of Kobe Bryant's head fakes, and contests just about every shot -- all 31 of them -- that Bryant shoots in 48 minutes of regulation, and three overtimes, last Tuesday.

Grant’s Unedited Response to the Fab Five's Documentary

Due to space constraints, the editorial posted in the New York Times was shortened. Read Grant's full, unedited response to the Fab Five's comments in their recent documentary here.

Young At Heart

By Brad G.Faye, Suns.com

When Grant Hill and Steve Nash each re-signed with the Suns in the summer of 2009, some were surprised to see the pair of veterans stay with a team that experts didn’t even project to make the playoffs.

Hill looks to continue his scoring surge

By CBS Sports

It might be too early to tell if the Phoenix Suns' recent revival is merely a mirage, but Grant Hill's appears to be anything but.

Grant’s 16,000 Point Career Milestone Leads Suns to Victory

By Josh Greene, Suns.com

Grant returned to the court after a very short recovery from a knee sprain during a Suns vs. Trail Blazers game to accomplish not only a personal best but help lead the Suns to victory over the Portland Trail Blazers.

Win a Grant Hill Meet-and-Greet

It’s been seven years since methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) nearly took Grant Hill’s life. Since then, the Suns forward has dedicated himself to raising awareness to the deadly Staph infection through his involvement in Stop MRSA Now.

Grant Hill Gets Some Website Updates

What can you expect from the newest updates to Grant Hill’s website?

Suns’ Grant Hill Exercises Player Option

Phoenix Suns forward Grant Hill has exercised the one-year player option on his contract and will return to Phoenix for the 2010-11 season, the club announced today.