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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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  • 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 players on Thibs: Pay the man

    Bulls players on Thibs: Pay the man
    A report Friday not only painted coach Tom Thibodeau as “dismayed” over not having been offered a lucrative contract extension, it alleged that “his displeasure with the situation is an open secret in team circles.” If that’...
  • Teel Time: Kentucky's Davis, Kansas' Robinson give title game rare meeting of All-Americans

    Teel Time: Kentucky's Davis, Kansas' Robinson give title game rare meeting of All-Americans
    Kentucky’s Anthony Davis and Kansas’ Thomas Robinson have graced college basketball throughout this season, and tonight is their parting gift: a rare collision of consensus first-team All-Americans in the national championship game. This...
  • NBA Free Agents: The class of 2011-12 (Updated)

    <b>NBA Free Agents:</b> The class of 2011-12 (Updated)
    NBA free agents (* -- indicates restricted free agent, with team allowed to match outside offers to retain player): Best of who is left: Alexis Ajinca, Gilbert Arenas, Keith Bogans, Erick Dampier, Francisco Elson, Melvin Ely, Kryrlo Fesenko, Eddie House,...
  • 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...
  • Jason Richardson considered Bulls in free agency

    Jason Richardson considered Bulls in free agency
    When the NBA lockout ended in December, free agent Jason Richardson placed two teams at the top of his list of potential destinations. Those teams met Friday night when the Orlando Magic hosted the Chicago Bulls at Amway Center. Richardson wound up with...
  • 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...
  • Pete Wentz's band parts ways with singer, Chicagoan competing on 'Survivor,' Steve Nash dines at Le Colonial

    Pete Wentz's band parts ways with singer, Chicagoan competing on 'Survivor,' Steve Nash dines at Le Colonial
    Black Cards -- the band founded by ex-Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz – has parted ways with singer Bebe Rexha. Wentz told mtv.com that the split was a mutual decision and added that the band will continue in some capacity. "Right now, (the...
  • Yes, Bulls, that's what an actual NBA game looks like

    Yes, Bulls, that's what an actual NBA game looks like
    The Bulls seemed pretty mad they lost to the Pacers at home on Wednesday. The Bulls were shorthanded, but they had a big lead they choked in a hurry, and then swore or acted depressed. Good. The Bulls might’ve responded too late, but at least...
  • LeBron gets Rose, Bulls get beat, story gets old

    LeBron gets Rose, Bulls get beat, story gets old
    Same old shift. Bulls-Miami. Close game. LeBron James now guarding Derrick Rose. Ballgame. Same old shift. Beep, beep, drive home angry, Bulls fans. You could argue that Rose choked against the Heat, and you’d have a good case. Rose missed 17 of...
  • Back to the future with Rose

    Back to the future with Rose
    All better. Derrick Rose returned, and everything was right in the Chicago Bulls’ world. Well, right enough, anyway. Rose looked out of rhythm early after missing the previous five games because of problems brought on by an earlier toe injury....
  • Bulls' Rose should play it safe, sit out All-Star Game

    Bulls' Rose should play it safe, sit out All-Star Game
    As fun as the first half of the compressed NBA season has been for the Bulls, nothing on the court surpassed the significance of Derrick Rose signing a $94 million contract extension. To Rose, the preseason moment represented the fulfillment of a son's...