Grant Hill is reportedly gathering investors to lodge a bid for the LA Clippers once the team is made available for sale.
While rumors about Grant Hill possibly becoming the next GM of the Pistons swirl, he has told people close to him that he has no interest in a front office job this close to his retirement.
Grant Hill announced his retirement on Saturday after 19 seasons in the NBA.
ESPN's Marc Stein reports that "rumblings persist" the Suns want to make Grant Hill their next general manager.
Grant Hill still isn't sure whether he'll retire this summer.
Grant Hill is expected to retire after this season ends.
Grant Hill said that he's feeling "pretty good" from a physical standpoint right now.
Grant Hill is currently dealing with some back soreness, but it's not expected to cost him time.
Coach Vinny Del Negro admitted that it's hard to find room for Grant Hill in the rotation.
Grant Hill admitted that he's still not 100 percent healthy.
Grant Hill returned to the lineup on Tuesday and had six points, four boards and one block in 19 minutes.
Grant Hill will be a healthy scratch Monday as the Clippers play the first game in a back-to-back.
Grant Hill admitted that he's got a ways to go before he's fully back to where he'd like to be.
Grant Hill scored eight points on 3-of-5 shooting with four rebounds, four assists, and one block in 17 minutes off the bench on Monday.