Inspirational Quotes from Grant Hill

Regardless of the obstacles or hurdles that are ahead of you, regardless of the opponent, regardless of the odds, your goal and objective always is to win. I think that’s part of sports.

Grant Hill

It’s not easy for a freshman, especially not at Duke.

Grant Hill

The great thing about sports is you constantly have to prove yourself. You constantly have to go out there and do it, day in and day out.

Grant Hill

I think the world of Dave Griffin. I worked with him in Phoenix, got to know him very well, and consider him a friend.

Grant Hill

I’ve done a lot of basketball drills, not a whole lot of competitive stuff. I have basically been in the gym everyday working on my game, working on the time off that I’ve had from the game, just getting myself prepared mentally and physically for the season.

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People don’t realize the amount of stress you put on your body both physically and mentally from just the wear and tear of a season.

Grant Hill

I had a MRSA infection on my ankle. At the time, I had never heard of MRSA. I didn’t really know a whole lot about it. It really scared me.

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I want to do the best I can and let everyone else worry about legacies.

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I was on the board at my children’s school in Phoenix: I was Mr. Daddy Daycare.

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Every year you suit up, you play for a championship. Some years, some teams… it was very few times I think I played on that realistically had a chance.

Grant Hill

Obviously, drafts sometimes are good ones, or bad ones; I think you can get a good, quality player late in the lottery.

Grant Hill

My favorite memory is, as a freshman, going to Carolina and beating them. Going over there and winning on their court. I think that was the only time I did win on their court.

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I had the opportunity at Duke to start doing things in the community, and it’s something I continue to do even 20 years later.

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There’s a wealth of information and knowledge you can gain from sitting down with people who are successful.

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I tried to make a point of doing things outside the box, of not having basketball consume me.

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I was keenly aware when I was drafted, when I signed my first contract; immediately, I was thinking about the end.

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My teammates at Duke – all of them, black and white – were a band of brothers who came together to play at the highest level for the best coach in basketball.

Grant Hill

I know most of the black players who preceded and followed me at Duke. They all contribute to our tradition of excellence on the court.

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I am proud of my family. I am proud of my Duke championships and all my Duke teammates. And, I am proud I never lost a game against the Fab Five.

Grant Hill

I like to think of myself as a pretty good athlete, I don’t think I’m a great sprinter, but 200, 400, maybe 800. I won’t say excel in them, but I’d do pretty good.

Grant Hill

It wasn’t popular for college athletics to embrace Title IX.

Grant Hill

The accomplishments in college and even in the pros are more in my mind because you constantly see Duke on TV during basketball season. You constantly see the NBA.

Grant Hill