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Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 at 10:30 am  |  8 responses

Grant Hill Wants to Re-Sign in Phoenix

Hill, a 38-year old free agent this summer, doesn’t envision himself wearing a different uniform. The AZ Republic reports: “Once the Suns’ playoff hopes ostensibly were crushed with home losses to New Orleans and Dallas, Suns co-captains Steve Nash and Grant Hill began talking about the Suns’ future. A future with Nash, while always subject to trade, is tied to the final year of his contract. But with Hill, his look ahead was an acknowledgement that he wants to re-sign with the Suns for a third contract in Phoenix this summer. ‘It’d be nice to come back and prove that we can be better than we were this season,’ Hill said Tuesday. ‘Let’s just hope and pray we have a season first and foremost and then we’ll see what happens. Hopefully, it works out and we can improve and get better.’ When the Suns missed the playoffs two seasons ago, Hill re-signed for a two-year deal talking about unfinished business. He had seven interested teams and narrowed his choices to Phoenix, Boston and New York but did not enjoy the drawn-out process.”

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  • robb

  • Gus

    do it, phoenix is going to be great for one more season

  • http://dodgers.com Joey E.

    guess that ncaa title is good enough

  • Cheech

    Now does he want to re-sign or resign?
    Let’s try and get it right this time.

  • http://dodgers.com Joey E.

    my bad, he had 2 titles didnt he

  • HAMMER

    If only the rest of the L’s drs were as good as the Suns. If that were the case, mayb Hill would consider another team. Their drs prolonged his career

  • hoodsnake

    Spoiler Alert: Isn’t there gonna be a lockout?

  • Phamie

    Do it grant, Play with Steve for a better SUNS next season.

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