PHOENIX (AP) _ The Phoenix Suns' acquisition of Grant Hill is
The Suns today introduced the seven-time All-Star as their
newest player -- hoping he'll be the missing piece in their quest
for their first N-B-A title.
Hill agreed to a two-year deal worth about one-point-eight (m)
million dollars for the first year, with a second-year player
option for about two (m) million.
The six-foot-eight forward spent the last seven frustrating
years with Orlando. Hobbled mostly by ankle injuries, Hill played
in about a third of the Magic's regular season games after signing
a seven-year, 93 (m) million-dollar contract.
Last season, though, Hill played in 65 games, averaging 14
points, two assists and four rebounds per game. His production and
hustle gave the Suns hope that he can contribute to their up-tempo
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