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Richard Hamilton

Richard Hamilton
Richard "Rip" Hamilton is a shooting guard and small forward for the Detroit Pistons.

Richard Hamilton played at UConn from 1996-99, leading the Huskies to their first National Championship in 1999.

In 1999 the Washington Wizards selected Richard Hamilton with the 7th overall pick in the NBA draft. He was traded to the Pistons on September 11, 2002.
Richard "Rip" Hamilton is a shooting guard and small forward for the Detroit Pistons.

Richard Hamilton played at UConn from 1996-99, leading the Huskies to their first National Championship in 1999.

In 1999 the Washington Wizards selected Richard Hamilton with the 7th overall pick in the NBA draft. He was traded to the Pistons on September 11, 2002.
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  • Iverson shows his softer side, but he's not finished

    Iverson shows his softer side, but he's not finished
    Allen Iverson answered questions Tuesday the same way he's played basketball for more than 20 years. Defiantly, emotionally, confidently. With the raw, jagged, genuine edge that makes him one of the sport's most compelling and controversial characters....
  • They're Riding High Out Of The West Again

    ANAHEIM, Calif. — The three-pointer by Derrick Williams that would have ended this jubilant, most improbable UConn season bounced off the rim. Kyle Fogg kept the rebound alive and the three-pointer by Jamelle Horne that would have ended this...
  • With Jeremy Lamb, March Comes In Like A Lion

    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Kemba Walker blinked. College basketball's omniscient guard, the god who sees all, knows all, does all, blinked. Walker turned the ball over under his basket with 3:09 remaining Thursday night. D.J. Gay hit a three to cut the...
  • Three For Calhoun In The Blink Of An Eye

    Three For Calhoun In The Blink Of An Eye
    HOUSTON — In one of those simple, brilliant leads that occasionally grace the sports pages, Courant beat writer Michael Arace sent 17 words back to Connecticut from St. Petersburg, Fla., on March 29, 1999. "The UConn Huskies won the national...
  • Bulls give us some fun, even if it means little

    Bulls give us some fun, even if it means little
    Maybe it’s me, but these last two weeks or so have to be one of the most entertaining runs during a post-Michael Bulls season that I can remember. Not just entertaining and fun, but remarkable. I mean, the Bulls set a franchise record for defense...
  • The blog for people who don't have all day to read blogs

    The blog for people who don't have all day to read blogs
    Lovie Smith has to say he likes his group of offensive linemen. Just like we have to slam our palms to our foreheads. Lovie Smith also has to say he’s “comfortable’’ with a left tackle who gave up the most sacks and committed...
  • Bulls need more than health to conquer Heat

    Bulls need more than health to conquer Heat
    On one side of the Bulls locker room late Thursday night, C.J. Watson joyfully jogged his memory and came up with nothing. On the other, a frustrated Derrick Rose racked his brain. Neither Bulls guard could recall having a game quite like the 96-86...
  • Deng if the Bulls didn't find a way

    Deng if the Bulls didn't find a way
    Many observers feared sloppy play early in a lockout-shortened NBA season, and they got it in Bulls-Lakers. Thing is, the Bulls weren’t supposed to be one of those teams. They had almost everybody returning, from the MVP to the “Coach of...
  • Wait, is it Hamilton's groin or brain that's injured?

    Wait, is it Hamilton's groin or brain that's injured?
    The Bulls are about to start a back-to-back-to-back stretch of games. Thank you, Mr. Lockout. This week’s Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday special is the centerpiece of seven games in nine days. Thanks again, Mr. Lockout. What makes this even dumber is...
  • Bulls 'veteran' GM expects team to be pleasant surprise to many

    Bulls 'veteran' GM expects team to be pleasant surprise to many
    With a nervous chuckle, the most experienced general manager among Chicago's five major professional sports teams pondered his new distinction. Promoted by the Bulls in May 2009 two months before the Blackhawks elevated Stan Bowman, Gar Forman became...
  • Don't count out these Bulls

    Don't count out these Bulls
    One by one, they emerged on cue from the darkness of the United Center tunnel Wednesday night before the Bulls' season-opening 93-87 victory over the Kings bathed in a spotlight and adulation. So that's what Vladimir Radmanovic looks like. Marco Bel-i-...