Knicks Rumors: New York Interested in Grant Hill
Long-time NBA veteran Grant Hill is another player in this free-agency class and it is expected that he will be receiving a lot of offers. Hill will be turning 40 in October, but based on his past several seasons, Hill still has life left in his legs and can help any team he goes to.
Hill also bolstered his free-agency stock by undergoing a knee procedure in Germany made popular by Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant. Thus it would seem as though Hill may still have several years of NBA basketball in front of him.
As a result, the New York Knicks have expressed interest in the former Duke star and will likely pursue him some time soon, CBS Sports.
ESPN reports that Grant Hill has had the platelet-enrichment procedure made famous by Kobe Bryant, experimental and performed on Bryant in Germany. As a result, ESPN reports the Lakers, Knicks, Suns, and Raptors have interest in signing the former Piston, Magic, and Sun.
The Knicks could use a veteran player like Hill on the team as he would do good on the court and the locker-room.