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    Quote Originally Posted by CavsYanksDuke View Post
    I would have taken Grant Hill over anybody. Period. He was MJ with no gambling, no promiscuity, and was a great role model.
    Grant Hill was a great player but I wouldn't say I would have taken him over anyone. Only reason this is a question here is that he was 25 at the time while Robinson was 32 and Malone 34.
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    David Robinson.

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    Grant Hill was the Lebron without the super athleticism but a bit more refined. He put up 20 10 and 7 his soph year, such a beast.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CavsYanksDuke View Post
    I would have taken Grant Hill over anybody. Period. He was MJ with no gambling, no promiscuity, and was a great role model.
    This. If I weren't for injuries hill would have been something special.

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    not malone because him and John were to good together
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    Not Robinson, but possibly Malone. Hill was on his way to being a big time superstar. Damned injuries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacknell View Post
    not malone because him and John were to good together
    That's true, this was 1998 and both Robinson and Malone were nearing the end of their careers (not at the end, but about 2-4 years away) and still title contenders. However it's hard to pass up a superstar like Hill for the next 10+ years.

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    yep... Hill was argueably number 2 behind Jordan as best in game

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    Definitely for Robinson. If it did happen, it wouldn't have been surprising to see Duncan be developed at the C (as he can play it too).

    Malone no b/c of Stockton


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    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    Would you have traded K.Malone or David Robinson in 98 for Grant Hill if you were the Jazz or Spurs?

    Spurs is more likely considering they had just gotten Duncan that year. But would you have made the deal, not knowing if Hill would get injured a few years later?
    Considering if I had to be in 1998 at the time without knowing that Grant Hill would get hurt:

    Jazz: NO. In 1998 they were making a finals run. They intended Stockton and Malone to make another run in 1999 once Jordan retired.

    Spurs: After the 1997-1998 season ended, David Robinson was still 21 points and 10 rebounds a night. Grant Hill was 21 a night at the same time also, and he was a rising star. It would have been a tough call, but I would have kept Robinson because the idea of having two effective big men in the middle would have been too good to walk away from. Besides. David Robinson was the franchise player. Throughout the 90's, he was "the guy" for that team, and knowing this I wouldn't have done it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BULLSFAN0810 View Post
    yep... Hill was argueably number 2 behind Jordan as best in game
    Hill was never rated that high. Not with MJ, Malone, Shaq, Hakeem in the league those years.
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