Thursday, December 15, 2011

Biography of Richard Hamilton

Hello Dudes today I'm going to Give some Information about Richard Hamilton Here we Go

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Short Intro

Richard "Rip" Hamilton (b. February 14 of 1978 in Coatesville, Pennsylvania ) is a professional player of basketball played in the Chicago Bulls of the NBA .


Hamilton played for the University of Connecticut from 1996 to 1999 before being selected by Washington Wizards in 1999 NBA Draft in the seventh. In the capital equipment operated during its first three seasons, until he was traded to Detroit Pistons for Jerry Stackhouse . Since that change, Hamilton has been established as one of the most effective guards in the league, helping the Pistons win the ring 2004 .

After breaking his nose twice in the 2003/04 season , started playing with a protective mask in the face, which Hamilton himself, gave him luck.

Hamilton is compared sometimes with Reggie Miller , and its highlights their skills without the ball game, constantly moving around the track to get rid of rivals.

In 2006 he was selected for the first time to compete in the All-Star Game in Houston , repeating in 2007 .
On December 27 of 2006 made ??the most of his career, scoring 51 points (19 of 37 shooting from the field) to New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden , but lost by 151-145 in overtime.
On February 5 of 2007 , his number 5 was retired in Gample Pavilion at the University of Connecticut.
On December 10th of 2011 after failing to renew by the Detroit Pistons signed with the Chicago Bulls at 10 million over two seasons.

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