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Exclusive: Read our interview with NBA legend, Rip Hamilton

It had been a foregone conclusion that Richard Hamilton’s lengthy basketball career was likely finished since his last game in the 2013 playoffs.

That game, a 94-91 series-clinching victory for the Miami Heat, stands as a testament to Rip’s legacy in the league. 548 more words


Behind The Mask: Rip Hamilton On Beating Duke, Getting Advice From Kobe And MJ, And His Facial Fashion Statement

It’s possible nobody had a sweeter midrange game in the past 20 years, and nobody worked harder to get those midrange shots, than Rip Hamilton. The long-time Detroit Pistons guard who also spent time with Washington and Chicago officially retired on Feb. 1,372 more words


Tiki And Tierney Weekly Rewind 3/16-3/20

TONY BENNETT – 3/16/15
Virginia head coach

“That could have gone to them against a Wisconsin team that’s obviously terrific, so you know the quality they have. 849 more words


Rip Hamilton: 'Think Wisconsin Upsets Kentucky'

Earlier this week, Larry Brown – the only coach to ever win an NCAA Championship and an NBA Finals – said that No. 1 Kentucky (35-0, 18-0) could make the NBA playoffs in the Eastern Conference. 543 more words


RIP Hamilton Retires


Richard Hamilton has retired from basketball.

The former UConn and Detroit Pistons guard announced his decision Thursday during an appearance on ESPN’s “His & Hers” show. 226 more words


Rip Hamilton Officially Announces his Retirement from the NBA

I think I speak for everyone when I say, “He wasn’t retired already?”

Rip hasn’t played in the NBA since the 2012-2013 season, so no disrespect to my main man Richard Hamilton (cause he was a baller), but you’ve BEEN retired. 114 more words

Casey S. Gutting

Potential Players to Fill out the Knicks' Roster

The New York Knicks were fairly aggressive prior to the trading deadline. Phil Jackson was trying to move as much money as he could. In a perfect world it would have been the departure of injury-riddled Andrea Bargnani, Amar’e “glass knees” Stoudemire and the disappointing savior; Jose Calderon. 1,726 more words