Grant Hill added one more honor to his decorated basketball career Sunday evening—Hall of Famer.
Hill was part of the eight-man class inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame in a ceremony held in Kansas City, Mo. The Blue Devil legend was a star on Mike Krzyzewski's first two championship teams in Durham, helping Duke finish March Madness in both 1991 and 1992 by climbing the ladder to cut down the nets and leading his team back to a third championship game in 1994.
If there's any surprise in Hill's induction, it's that it hadn't already happened. The 6-foot-8 small forward won both the Wooden Award and the Naismith Award during his four years at Duke, tallying 1,924 points in a Blue Devil uniform, the 16th-most in program history. His No. 33 hangs from the rafters in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Hill averaged 14.9 points and 6.0 rebounds for Krzyzewski, a model of consistency from a four-year player. The Reston, Va... Read more