|Date of Birth:||1972, October 5|
|Age:||47 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 8 Inch|
|Birth Name||Grant Hill|
|Birth Place||Dallas, Texas|
|Famous Name||Grant Henry Hill|
|Net Worth||$180 million|
|Salary||1.975 million USD|
|Married to||Tamia (m. 1999)|
|Children||Myla Grace Hill, Lael Rose Hill|
Grant Hill is one of the greatest basketball players of all the time. Currently, he retired from his professional career. Until retirement, he played with four teams in his professional career in the National Basketball Association (NBA) that includes Detroit Pistons, Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns, and Los Angeles Clippers. He also played college basketball at Duke University.
Grant Hill has an estimated net worth of $180 million in 2019, including all of his properties and earnings. His net worth is $80 million more compared to Kevin Durant's net worth. During his nearly 20-year career in the league, he was one of the highest-paid basketball players of all-time.
He earned a $140 million salary and additionally received roughly $80 million in endorsements. He used to receive an annual salary of $8.5 million from his club. He is currently receiving an annual salary of $2 million as a sports show host on NBA TV's NBA Inside Stuff.
His endorsements included advertisements for McDonald’s, TAG Heuer watches, a shoe line for Fila, apparel for Nike and Adidas. He was also the focus of one of Sprite’s longest-running advertising campaigns – “Grant Hill Drinks Sprite.”
And in 2014, Hill and his wife Tamia were recently featured in an AT&T ad. He has a standing height of 6’8”, which is around 2.03m. As of 2013, his salary is 1.975 million USD. He has a whopping net worth of $180 million. His fans followed him on Twitter.
Grant Hill personal life as perfect as his career. He married his girlfriend Tamia on July 24, 1999, after having an affair for several years. Since getting married to now, they have been living happily together.
Together, they have two children. Their first daughter; Myla Grace Hill born on 23 January 2002. On August 9, 2007, his wife Tamia gave birth to their second daughter named, Lael Rose Hill.
Grant Hill is the son of Janet Hill and Calvin Hill. He completed his graduation from Duke University with a dual specialization in history and political science. He is also popular for his endorsements.
Grant Hill is the philanthropist. He associated with charitable activities. Furthermore, he founded an organization in his hometown, Reston, Virginia, in order to help poor and needy people to pursue their education. He also made his appearances in television and films.
Grant Hill born as Grant Henry Hill on 5 October 1972, and this makes his age 45 years at this time. He was born to American parents, Calvin Hill, and Janet Hill in Dallas, Texas, the United States. He is American and is of African-American descent. His star sign is Libra.
Upon completing high school, he landed his steps at Duke University and played four years with the Blue Devils. However, her mother wants to attend Georgetown while father chose the University of North California for him. He played outstandingly well during his college years and set many records in the game of basketball.
Grant Hill professional achievement left behind his college scores and stats. After graduating in 1994 from Duke, he was picked by the Detroit Pistons. He played with Detroit Pistons from 1994 to 2000. In his first season, she played remarkably well and averages 19.9 points, 6.4 rebounds, 5.0 assist, and 1.77 steals per game. made history by being the first rookie to lead an NBA All-Star fan balloting in (1994–95) with 1,289,585 votes, narrowly defeating Shaquille O'Neal.
In his second season (1995–96), he once again led the All-Star fan balloting, this time edging Michael Jordan. In the year 1996; he participated, performed in Summer Olympics Atlanta as a member of US men’s basketball team, and manages to win the gold medal for his nation.
On August 3, he agreed to a contract with Orlando Magic and played from 2000 to 2007. Later on, he played with Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Clippers. On June 1, 2013, he took out his feet from playing career. He retired after having 19 seasons in NBA.