Phoenix Suns Offseason: Grant Hill To Sign With Los Angeles Clippers

Grant Hill will be leaving the Phoenix Suns to join the Los Angeles Clippers according to various sources, including Sports 620 KTAR in Phoenix's John Gambadoro.

It was already known that Hill, a free agent forward, was headed elsewhere and most likely to a contender, but it was originally thought to be the Los Angeles Lakers to join with Steve Nash.

But the Clippers look to have snuck in and stole a forward who can still guard two positions, hit the mid-range jumper and serve as a veteran presence in the locker room.

The Suns are going to miss his professionalism and he owes a lot of his current health status to the Suns' legendary training staff. But Hill did what he could for the Suns and is now off to another team. At least he's leaving the right way.

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