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Seven-Time NBA All-Star Grant Hill to Retire from NBA

Washington, D.C. - Seven-time NBA All-Star and Olympic gold medalist Grant Hill has announced his retirement from professional basketball after 19 seasons in the NBA. At 40 years of age, Hill has amassed over 17,000 points, 6,000 rebounds, 4,000 assists and ends his career as the oldest active player in the league.

The Hills find a way to make it work

by Michael Martinez

Grant Hill knows exactly where he’ll be Sunday night when the Clippers touch down in Philadelphia for the last stop of their annual Grammy trip – in front of a TV in his hotel room.

1,000 Reasons for Grant Hill to Smile

By Flan Blinebury

HOUSTON – One thousand games.

There was a time when it seemed more likely he might undergo 1,000 surgeries.

“I’m still here,” said Grant Hill, his feet soaking in a tub of ice that seemed to be melting from the smile on his face.

Grant Hill to be on the Presidential Delegation at the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony

President Obama recently announced that Grant Hill will be joining seven others as his delegates for the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony in London. Alongside Mrs. Obama, Olympic medalists Brandi Chastain, Dominique Dawes, and Summer Sanders, Paralympics medalist Gabriel Diaz de Leon, and the Honorable Louis B.

Fatherly Advice Spans Generations in Hill Family

By Stefan Swiat, Suns.com

Growing up, Grant Hill’s father told him not to fear failure, but to fear success.

Hill Showing No Signs of Slowing Down

By Stefan Swiat, Suns.com

Few appreciate the game like those who have received a second chance. Just ask Grant Hill.

Grant Hill's Healthy Lifestyle Revealed

BY JESSICA MONTOYA COGGINS

Hill shoots and defends against players who were in diapers while he starred at Duke.

Duke 91 & 92: Back to Back

Hill-Laettner documentary focuses on championship seasons

The film is available to watch on iTunes.