Hill was a superstar synthesis of LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Kawhi Leonard, and more, all in an era before their time. In 1997, his fourth year in the NBA, Grant Hill was a small forward with a point guard's mind. He was a point forward in a world where the point forward didn't exist yet. It took bigger players, like Atlanta's Tyrone Corbin in the Pistons' first-round playoff series, to slow Hill down. Corbin would pick him up the entire length of the floor, all game long. No other forwards got that kind of treatment. Not back then. ... [Read More]
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In what was a bad weather day for skiing and snowboarding, the athletes competing still stuck out the icy course conditions for the Mount La Crosse Cup. ... [Read More]