Dan Majerle presented the 2007-08 Majerle Hustle Award to guard Grant Hill

On a night where the Suns racked up a “W” in their regular-season finale, earning a trip to San Antonio to battle the Spurs this Saturday in Game 1 of the Opening Round of the NBA Playoffs, a very different kind of victory preceded the 100-91 win over the Trail Blazers.

Suns Grant Hill Among Divisional Winners of 2007-08 NBA Sportsmanship Award

Detroit’s Antonio McDyess, Houston’s Shane Battier, Phoenix’s Grant Hill, Portland’s Brandon Roy, Toronto’s Chris Bosh and Washington’s Antawn Jamison have been selected by a five-member panel of former players as divisional winners for the 2007-08 NBA Sportsmanship Award.

Hill hopes NBA All-Stars will shine light on New Orleans' woes

By Mike Freeman, CBSSports.com National Columnist

His grandfather Malcolm McDonald was a longtime resident of New Orleans and a smart businessman who provided money and backbone to Dillard University, a historically black college that moved its campus to a temporary location on Poydras Street following Hurricane Katrina.

Grant Looking at the Sunny Side

By Jerry Brown, eastvalleytribune.com

Ask anyone around Grant Hill — coaches, trainers, even Suns general manager Steve Kerr — and they look at the sunny side of last Wednesday’s appendectomy, which will keep him out of action for at least two weeks.

Grant Hill underwent successful appendectomy surgery

By Stefan Swiat, Suns.com

Phoenix Suns forward Grant Hill underwent successful appendectomy surgery this afternoon, the team announced. The procedure was performed by Dr. V. “Bob” Evani at Banner Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix. Hill is expected to miss 2-3 weeks.

After much adversity, Hill, family thriving in Valley

The mother of two with the angelic voice already had held a morning meeting with Santa Claus and would be shopping for presents in the afternoon.

Her husband was slated to compact his tall frame at a cafeteria table for the chicken fajita lunch with their older daughter's kindergarten class.

Grant Hill - Having a Good Feeling

By Jerry Brown

WASHINGTON -- Tonight against the Timberwolves, Grant Hill will play his 21st straight game for the Suns.

That might not sound like anything extraordinary. But for Hill, it will represent the longest regular-season run of health since he was a Detroit Piston eight years and a halfdozen surgeries ago.

Grant Hill - Triple Double

Creating a significant amount of buzz when he entered the league, Grant Hill was chosen as the third overall pick in the 1994 NBA Draft by the Detroit Pistons. The former Blue Devil shared the NBA Rookie of the Year Award with point guard Jason Kidd and made history as the first rookie to amass the most votes in the NBA All-Star balloting.

East Valley Tribune - Article

They were Phoenix’s two significant offseason veteran acquisitions — the two biggest reasons why the Suns felt like they were a better team than the one that walked off the floor in San Antonio last May feeling close, yet still short, of a title run.

New York Times - Best Scoring game w/ Phoenix

NEW YORK - The Suns were expecting Grant Hill to be a valuable piece when they signed him a two-year deal at just more than the league minimum salary over the summer. But the bargain is getting bigger all the time.