At 40-years-old, Grant Hill is the second oldest player in the league, who’s played on four teams throughout his professional career, has averaged 3.2 points and 1.7 rebounds (15.5 minutes) in 27 games since signing a two-year contract with the Clippers over the summer – but the 17-year-veteran says this season will likely be his last.
He’s playing his first season with the Clippers after signing a two-year contract last summer. He has played in only 26 games is averaging only 3.2 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1 assist. The nagging injuries last longer. The reactions are a little slower, the shooting a little more hesitant. Everything points to retirement after the season. “This will probably be it,” Hill said. “I have committed myself to not making any decisions until I get to the end of the year, like I’ve done the last three or four years, but this is probably it. “My body and also my mind are in agreement on this. Yeah. It may be time. But I don’t want to say officially that that’s the case. I want to see what happens and see how I feel when we get to the end of the year. But I’m pretty close to being there.”