Friday, February 2, 2007

"They call me Mr. Glass."




Grant Hill out at least two weeks with knee sprain.



Even when this guy is healthy he is hurt. Unbelievable. I want to like Grant Hill. I really want him to be the dominant, nice-guy, do-it-all small forward of yesteryear. The amazing thing is this guy still manages to get elected to All Star squads. Let us supposed we made a list of the most promising NBA players to never make a significant impact due to injury or smoking weed (Shawn Hemp!!!!), Grant Hill would probably be number two on the list. Of course, no one can touch Ralph Sampson (people forget how dominant Ralph was at Virginia) for the title of most-talented-dissapointment-ever-to-be-ruined-by-bad-knees, but if someone could come close it would be Grant Hill.


Good luck Grant, get well soon.




3 comments:

KicKnWinG 2 said...

I would have to say Arvydas Sabonis would have to be in the top 10. Every year I hope that Grant makes it back healthy and every year I end up saying, "man I feel sorry for that guy."

He truly is a stand up guy. He would get paid the remainder of his monster contract whether he is on the court or not, but he is continually working and attending rehab in hopes to make a come back.

P.S. On the other hand, It's hard for me to feel sorry for a guy that has more money than he knows what to do with and a wife that looks like I would have to say Arvydas Sabonis would have to be in the top 10. Every year I hope that Grant makes it back healthy and every year I end up saying, "man I feel sorry for that guy."

He truly is a stand up guy. He would get paid the remainder of his monster contract whether he is on the court or not, but he is continually working and attending rehab in hopes to make a come back.

P.S. On the other hand, It's hard for me to feel sorry for a guy that has more money than he knows what to do with and a wife that looks like this.
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KicKnWinG 2 said...

I would have to say Arvydas Sabonis would have to be in the top 10. Every year I hope that Grant makes it back healthy and every year I end up saying, "man I feel sorry for that guy."

He truly is a stand up guy. He would get paid the remainder of his monster contract whether he is on the court or not, but he is continually working and attending rehab in hopes to make a come back.

P.S. On the other hand, It's hard for me to feel sorry for a guy that has more money than he knows what to do with and a wife that looks like this.

Mini Me said...

Damn. I hate to see Grant Hill getting hurt. Such a great guy. He could have been one of the best of all-time, had he remained healthy his whole career.